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St John’s Magnificat

Herbert Howells

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St John’s Magnificat

Andrew Nethsingha

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A Sequence for St. Michael (Herbert Howells)

1
A Sequence for St. Michael 00:10:09

Pablo Strong, tenor - Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

By the Waters of Babylon (Herbert Howells)

2
By the Waters of Babylon 00:10:17

Paul Whelan, baritone - David Adams, violin - Alice Neary, cello - Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

A Spotless Rose (Live) (Herbert Howells)

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A Spotless Rose 00:03:28

Gareth John, baritone - Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Gloucester Service) (Herbert Howells)

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Magnificat 00:06:55

Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

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Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Gloucester Service): Nunc dimittis 00:04:38

Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

Psalm 142 (Herbert Howells)

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Psalm 142 00:04:18

Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

A Grace for 10 Downing Street (Herbert Howells)

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A Grace for 10 Downing Street 00:02:35

Dominic Kraemer, baritone - Francis Williams, tenor - Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

One Thing Have I Desired (Herbert Howells)

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One Thing Have I Desired 00:05:43

Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

Like as the hart (Herbert Howells)

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Like as the Hart 00:05:56

Thomas Mullock, treble - Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Collegium Sancti Johannis Cantabrigiense) (Herbert Howells)

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Magnificat 00:04:28

Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

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Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Collegium Sancti Johannis Cantabrigiense): Nunc dimittis 00:03:08

Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

4 Anthems to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Op. 9 (Herbert Howells)

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4 Anthems to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Op. 9: No. 4, Salve Regina 00:04:49

Thomas Last, treble - Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

Te Deum (Collegium Regale) (Herbert Howells)

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Te Deum (Collegium Regale) 00:09:03

Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge - Andrew Nethsingha, conductor

2010 Chandos

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