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1. N° 1 : louange
2. N° 2 : célébrations
3. N° 3 : hymne d'un poète
4. N° 1 : matin & soir
5. N° 2 : hymne pour un musicien
6. N° 3 : hyme pour les etoiles
7. O praise god in his holiness, pour chour & orgue
8. Fantasia and ground bass, pour orgue
9. Hierusalem, hymne pour soprano, chour, quatuor à cordes, harpe & orgue

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bliss beyond compare! 15 novembre 2002
Par Valerie A. Lord - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've waited several years for this to be released on CD, after hearing the title selection on a scratchy LP and singing it in a performance. It is perhaps the most ethereal depiction of heaven ever written,and I find it impossible to listen to without tears. I confess that I have yet to listen to the rest of the CD, but if it's only a fraction of the quality of the final,title cut, it's worth it at twice the price. I have recently heard another recording of this work (on a cd entitled MY BELOVED SPAKE)wherein the excellent choir is far more prominent. However, on this recording, the choir is more enwrapped by the the strings and the soloist, Valery Hill, has a FAR more haunting qulity. If you love Faure,Elgar,Vaughn Williams (think "Reconciliation" from the DONA NOBIS PACEM)you will treasure this gem.

P.S. Now 3/18/05...One of my closest friends is now dead and this selection has taken on a different weight. Desperately searching for a "wailing song" on the night of his untimely death (9/16/04) ...I turned to the last track(Hierusalem) on this cd and played it over and over and over and over again and started to feel something close to peace. This is still the most complete sensorial depiction of blissful heaven I know of. I hope some of you find comfort and hope in it.
Surely not for everyone 13 janvier 2013
Par G.D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The music of George Dyson is admittedly rather variable. His Canterbury Pilgrims is relatively well-known, and deservedly so, but it is not entirely representative of his output. He also seems to have struggled to find a particularly personal voice - there are some individual touches in the music on this disc, for instance, but the main work, Hierusalem, is heavily indebted to Vaughan Williams in "mysterious mode" (Pilgrim's Progress, Sancta Civitas).

Another feature to point out with respect to the disc at hand is that the Three Songs of Praise, the Three Choral Hymns, and the brief Praise God in His Holiness, are - as the titles suggest - straightforward choral hymns conforming to the conventions of liturgical music. They are well made, of course, and some of the melodies verge on the memorable, but such music is nevertheless probably not going to appeal to everyone, regardless of the advocacy it receives from the St. Michael's Singers.

The Fantasia and Ground Bass is a sixteen-minute organ work, and shows that Dyson knew how to write for the instrument - and one cannot complain about Thomas Trotter's playing here either. But I found the music to be rather boring and unmemorable - maybe fans of British organ repertoire will hear things I don't, but if this is not your field of specialty I would probably recommend approaching it with some caution.

The title work is a different matter. Hierusalem is scored for soprano, chorus, strings, harp and organ, and is a beautiful work that will be sure to appeal to everyone who enjoys the aforementioned Vaughan Williams works. The thematic material is good, if not very individual, and there are passages of wonderfully evocative atmosphere. However, the movements are relatively short, and Dyson is not able to tie them together so as to sustain the magic or achieve any cumulative impact. It is superbly performed, of course, and the presentation and sound is good (though the choral sound is not always ideally transparent). Overall, however, this release is in the end mostly for specialists or particular fans of the British choral tradition.
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Drowning voices 8 février 2007
Par J. Welsh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The soloist's voice is clear, but the chorus is murky, and the SATB parts are difficult to make out in some stretches.
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