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Neil Mackie / Vernon Handley / Bournemouth Symphony Chorus - George Dyson: St. Paul's Voyage to Melita; Agincourt album download
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Neil Mackie / Vernon Handley / Bournemouth Symphony Chorus - George Dyson: St. Paul's Voyage to Melita; Agincourt album download

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Neil Mackie / Vernon Handley / Bournemouth Symphony Chorus
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George Dyson: St. Paul's Voyage to Melita; Agincourt
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Choral
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Quo Vadis, song cycle for vocal soloists & chorus. 2. Nocturne "Night Hath No Wings".

Album · 2014 · 3 Songs. Neil Mackie, Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & Vernon Handley. Quo Vadis: IV. Nocturne. Neil Mackie, Osian Ellis, Jane Watts, Royal College of Music Chamber Choir, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Sir David Willcocks. Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & Vernon Handley.

George Dyson Composer. St. Paul's Voyage to Melita, for tenor, chorus and orchestra Work. Bournemouth Symphony Chorus Chorus/Choir, Vernon Handley Conductor, Neil Mackie Tenor, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Orchestra. 1. Paul's Voyage to Melita, for tenor, chorus and orchestra. George Dyson Composer. Agincourt, for chorus and orchestra. back to top ^. Similar Albums. Dyson: Choral Symphony.

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra/Vernon Handley/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Neil Mackie. viola, tenor, symphony orchestra and full chorus. Questions from customers about George Dyson: St Paul's Voyage to Melita, Nocturne and Agincourt. We want you to discover new music. Let us help you find out more about our products. Tracks on this CD. George Dyson St Paul's Voyage to Melita. St Paul's Voyage to Melita. George Dyson Nocturne.

Neil Mackie (tenor), Jane Watts (organ), Osian Ellis (harp), Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal College of Music Chamber Choir, Vernon Handley, Sir David Willcocks. Dyson: St. Paul's Voyage to Melita. Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Recorded: 25-26 May 2002. Recording Venue: Poole Arts Centre, United Kingdom.

Chorus/Vernon Handley (Agincourt; Melita) rec. 1985-87, London (Nocturne); 25-26 May 2002, Poole Arts Centre (Agincourt; Melita) SOMM SOMMCD234. Dyson, shattered by his service in the trenches, returned to the Royal College of Music a man shaken, transformed. Confidence returned slowly. St Paul's Voyage sets sections of Chapter 27 of Acts: the journey from Rome to shipwreck on Malta. It is worth noting that the very same Neil Mackie who made this recording in the 1980s is also the tenor in the St Paul work the sessions for which took place in 2002. Agincourt, a very late work, has at the start and at . 0, a Waltonian ebullience like the cracking Te Deum by the Oldham composer. Other influences include Vaughan Williams from Dona Nobis Pacem.

Paul’s Voyage to Melita has the singular advantage of depicting a storm at sea, which the composer does with evident relish despite the somewhat austere orchestral palette. The reason for this becomes clear at the end: when St. Paul and his passengers make it safely to dry land, bass drum and chimes create an effect as simple as it is overwhelming. Tenor Neil Mackie’s voice is pretty much shot in St. Paul’s Voyage; it’s rather better in the earlier recording of Nocturne. The Bournemouth Symphony Chorus is not one of England’s best: it sounds under-rehearsed in places (some shaky ensemble), and the women suffer occasional pitch problems–but these aren’t serious liabilities. Happily, Vernon Handley and the Bournemouth Symphony give performances full of conviction and impact. There’s no trace of Victorian (or Edwardian) fustiness, and the recorded sound is warm, well-balanced, and rich.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 St. Paul's Voyage to Melita, for tenor, chorus & orchestra Bournemouth Symphony Chorus / Vernon Handley / Neil Mackie 30:14
Quo Vadis, song cycle for vocal soloists & chorus
2 Nocturne "Night Hath No Wings" Bournemouth Symphony Chorus / Vernon Handley / Neil Mackie 10:37
3 Agincourt, for chorus & orchestra Bournemouth Symphony Chorus / Vernon Handley / Neil Mackie 25:05