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Wilby: An English Passion According to Saint Matthew

Matthew Owens

Classical - To be released March 4, 2022 | Resonus Classics

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Maconchy & Vaughan Williams: Songs, Volume 1

James Geer

Vocal Music (Secular and Sacred) - To be released March 4, 2022 | Resonus Classics

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Villiers Quartet

Classical - To be released February 18, 2022 | Resonus Classics

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Ernest Moeran: Chamber Music

Various Artists

Chamber Music - To be released February 4, 2022 | Resonus Classics

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Piano Trio in D Major: II. Lento molto - Andante

Fidelio Trio

Chamber Music - Released January 21, 2022 | Resonus Classics

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Sibelius: Works for Violin & Piano

Fenella Humphreys

Chamber Music - Released January 7, 2022 | Resonus Classics

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As both musician and composer the violin was central to Sibelius’s career, and his output for the instrument spans much of his long life. Acclaimed violinist Fenella Humphreys and celebrated pianist Joseph Tong explore a tantalising programme of Sibelius’s music, from the youthful Andante cantabile in G major composed in 1887, through Op. 78 and Op. 81, written in the midst of the First World War, to his last works for the instrument – Four Pieces, Op. 115 and 3 Pieces, Op. 116 both penned in 1929. Completing the programme are the five Danses champêtres, Op. 106 from 1924–5. © Resonus Classics
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Joseph Phibbs: Juliana

Various Artists

Opera - Released January 7, 2022 | Resonus Classics

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Based on August Strindberg’s celebrated 1888 play Miss Julie, chamber opera Juliana (2018) unites composer Joseph Phibbs and librettist Laurie Slade in a modern tale about the power of money, immigration politics, drugs and the blurring of sexual boundaries. In confronting these issues head-on, the power of aristocracy is replaced by that of plutocracy. Strindberg’s Count, an unseen but malevolent presence, becomes the Boss, a multi-millionaire businessman. Julie becomes Juliana, a spoilt little rich girl in thrall to her father. Jean becomes Juan, an immigrant servant, his status insecure. Juliana and Juan live on the edge emotionally. Kerstin, the housekeeper, is caught in a triangular conflict with them both. Conductor George Vass and the Nova Music Opera Ensemble, are joined by Zoe Drummond (Juliana), Rebecca Afonwy-Jones (Kerstin) and Felix Kemp (Juan) in the world premiere recording of this wonderful and very poetic (contemporary) work. © Resonus Classics
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Prelude for Cello and Piano

Tim Gill

Chamber Music - Released January 7, 2022 | Resonus Classics

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Danses champêtres, Op. 106: II. Alla polacca

Fenella Humphreys

Chamber Music - Released December 17, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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Juliana, Scene 4: Darkness Outside

Zoe Drummond

Opera - Released December 10, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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Four Pieces, Op. 78: I. Impromptu

Fenella Humphreys

Chamber Music - Released December 3, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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A Belfast Christmas

Belfast Cathedral Choir

Classical - Released October 29, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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Choral music has always played a significant and central role at Belfast Cathedral, since its consecration in 1904. This strong choral tradition continues to this day with the recently formed all-adult, fully professional vocal ensemble. This "new" cathedral choir brings together some of the finest singers in Northern Ireland who lead the liturgy and worship of Belfast Cathedral and are featured here in their debut album for Resonus Classics. Featuring a varied programme of seasonal carols from composers including Elizabeth Poston, John Rutter and Philip Ledger, this album celebrates Christmas from Northern Ireland’s national cathedral. © Resonus Classics
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Christmas Bells: Organ Music from Belfast Cathedral

Matthew Owens

Classical - Released October 29, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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For this recording organist Matthew Owens presents a diverse recital of some of the greatest Christmas music ever written for the instrument. Traditional tunes, whether Lutheran chorales, plainchant, French noëls, or medieval carols, have provided the inspiration for much Christmas organ music throughout the years, with much of this programme made up of pieces based on such tunes, from J.S. Bach’s Canonic variations on "Vom Himmel hoch" to Louis-Claude Daquin’s Noël Suisse. This recital also draws on more contemporary sources and presents several world premiere recordings including Howard Skempton’s Christmas Bells and Gary Davison’s Seven Versets on Divinum Mysterium, both of which were written specially for this recording. © Resonus Classics
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Good King Wenceslas

Belfast Cathedral Choir

Classical - Released October 22, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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Weinnachtsbaum, S.186: III. Die Hirten an der Krippe (In dulci jubilo)

Matthew Owens

Classical - Released October 15, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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Jesus Christ the Apple Tree

Belfast Cathedral Choir

Classical - Released October 8, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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Schubert: Piano Trios, Volume 1

Gould Piano Trio

Chamber Music - Released October 1, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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In their second album for Resonus, the Gould Piano Trio returns with a recording of Franz Schubert’s Piano Trios. Apart from a very early single movement written when he was fifteen years of age, Schubert came to the piano trio late in his short career and left only two full-length works in the form, written in 1827-1828. By the time Schubert came to write his Piano Trios, the form had taken on a new stature thanks to work from composers such as Beethoven. Here, Schubert’s Trio in B-flat Major and the Notturno in E-flat Major are joined by the delightful Valses nobles, D. 969, composed for solo piano and heard here in a world premiere recording in this arrangement for trio by Julius Zellner. © Resonus Classics
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Elisabeth Lutyens: Piano Works, Volume 1

Martin Jones

Classical - Released October 1, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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The name Elisabeth Lutyens is synonymous with music that is overtly serial, uncompromisingly modernist, and of daring and fearless individuality. Yet there is much to explore behind the naturally combative and provocative façade of this extraordinary composer, whose music is at various times sensual, thoughtful and delicate, as well as dark, turbulent and even violent. With a programme of works all composed in the last decade of her life, and containing world premiere recordings, the first volume of pianist Martin Jones’s survey of Lutyens’s piano works includes five works at times startling in their stark beauty, and bursting with both vivid imagery and lyrical fluidity. © Resonus Classics
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See, See, The Word is Incarnate: Choral & Instrumental Music by Gibbons, Tomkins & Weelkes

Various Artists

Classical - Released October 1, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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In succession to the Tudors, the flourishing court culture of the Stuart royal dynasty fostered one of the greatest periods in the history of British music. Director and organist Andrew Arthur unites his forces in this compelling programme of works by three composers who flourished in the Jacobean period - Orlando Gibbons, Thomas Weelkes and Thomas Tomkins - around the theme of the Word of God. The choral items on this recording exemplify a rhetorically-aware sense of what it means to sound the Word enriched with music in order to teach, move and delight. © Resonus Classics
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Piano Trio in E-Flat Major, Op. 148, D897, ‘Notturno'

Gould Piano Trio

Chamber Music - Released September 17, 2021 | Resonus Classics

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