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3-CD Set

The King’s Singers GOLD:
3-CD Set

Label: Signum (SIGCD500) | Year: 2017
Singers: Patrick Dunachie (countertenor), Timothy Wayne-Wright (countertenor), Julian Gregory (tenor), Christopher Bruerton (baritone), Christopher Gabbitas (baritone), Jonathan Howard (bass)

Official world-wide release date: Friday 3rd November

 

Pre-order for £24.00
 

To mark their 50th anniversary, The King’s Singers have made it their mission to celebrate great music above all else – an aim which has driven them throughout their history. Their newly recorded triple-disc album – GOLD – completely reflects this with 60 tracks divided across three albums, themed as Close Harmony, Spiritual, and Secular. What unites every track across these albums is the quality of the material. Whether ancient motets, brand new commissions or much-loved arrangements of close-harmony music from the last 50 years, The King’s Singers have put together a selection of great music that reflects the extra-ordinary diversity of their repertoire.

 

Track Listing

  1. CD 1
  2. We Are Bob Chilcott
  3. And I love her John Lennon and Paul McCartney (arr. Bob Chilcott)
  4. Don't worry about me Frances (arr . Christopher Bruerton)
  5. Kelele Angélique Kidjo (arr . Toby Young)
  6. And so it goes Billy Joel (arr . Bob Chilcott)
  7. Down with love Harold Arlen (arr . Gordon Langford)
  8. All of me John Legend (arr. Alexander L’Estrange)
  9. Shenandoah Trad. (arr . Bob Chilcott)
  10. Lamorna Trad. (arr . Goff Richards)
  11. Some folks' lives roll easy Paul Simon (arr . Andrew Jackman)
  12. See you again Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth (arr. Christopher Gabbitas)
  13. Alice in Wonderland Spike Milligan (arr. Gordon Langford)
  14. Black horse and the cherry tree KT Tunstall (arr. Alexander L’Estrange)
  15. Danny Boy Trad. (arr. Peter Knight)
  16. I'll follow the sun John Lennon and Paul McCartney (arr. Bill Ives)
  17. Bobby Shaftoe Trad. (arr. Gordon Langford)
  18. Love is here to stay George Gershwin (arr. Richard Rodney Bennett)
  19. Scarborough Fair Trad. (arr . Christopher Gabbitas)
  20. That lonesome road James Taylor (arr . Simon Carrington)
  21. Loch Lomond Trad. (arr. David Overton)
  22. Down by the riverside Trad. (arr .Robert Rice)
  23. M.L.K. U2 (arr .Bob Chilcott)
  24. CD 2
  25. The Prayer of King Henry VI Dr Henry Ley
  26. Sing Joyfully William Byrd
  27. Thou, my love, art fair Bob Chilcott
  28. Sicut cervus Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
  29. In manus tuas Thomas Tallis
  30. Master of Music Toby Hession
  31. Musica Dei donum Orlandus Lassus
  32. Abendlied Josef Rheinberger
  33. The bell doth toll Richard Rodney Bennett
  34. Quatre petites prières de Saint François d’Assise Francis Poulenc
  35. Das ist je gewißlich wahr Heinrich Schütz
  36. Morgengesang Max Reger
  37. This marriage Eric Whitacre
  38. Psalm 124 Salamone Rossi Hebreo
  39. Versa est in luctum Alonso Lobo
  40. Rest Ralph Vaughan Williams
  41. Tutivillus Geoffrey Poole
  42. The bluebird Charles Villiers Stanford
  43. CD 3
  44. Be not afeard John Rutter
  45. Le papillon et la fleur Gabriel Fauré (arr. Goff Richards)
  46. Dessus le marché d’ Arras Orlandus Lassus
  47. Though Amaryllis dance in green William Byrd
  48. Lagrimas de mi consuelo Juan Vásquez
  49. Handmade Proverbs Toru Takemitsu
  50. Les Marins de Kermor Camille Saint-Saëns
  51. Con amores, la mi madre Juan de Anchieta (arr . Bob Chilcott)
  52. All meine Herzgedanken Johannes Brahms
  53. Die Nacht Franz Schubert
  54. Revecy venir du Printans Claude le Jeune
  55. Romance du soir Camille Saint-Saëns
  56. Horizons Peter Louis van Dijk
  57. Plaisir d’amour Jean-Paul-Égide Martini (arr. Goff Richards)
  58. Come, blessed bird Edward Johnson
  59. The little green lane Sydney Lovatt
  60. Das G’läut zu Speyer Ludwig Senfl
  61. Basiez moi! Josquin des Prez
  62. Gentil señora mia Juan Vásquez
  63. Quand tu dors près de moi Georges Auric (arr. Gordon Langford)

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