DaveHarries Posted June 22, 2008 Share Posted June 22, 2008 Hi, Has anyone here on this board been to services where the normal choir has combined with the choir of another church to sing the services? I only wonder because the Choral Evensong at Bristol Cathedral today, 22nd June, featured the choir of Bristol Cathedral and the choir of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol and the music for the service was this: - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Responses: Shephard Psalm: 46 Setting: Stanford in B-flat Anthem: Let All The World (Vaughan Williams) Hymns: 431, 392, 458 Organist: Graham Alsop (Asst. organist, St. Mary Redcliffe) Master of the Choristers: Mark Lee (Bristol Cathedral) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - A superb conbination and one which, I heard from the organist, takes place yearly: the cathedral choir goes to Redcliffe on alternate years and the Redcliffe choir comes to the cathedral on alternate years. I then suggested that it should happen each way on a yearly basis. I did employ the video mode on my camera to record part of the Anthem (didn't get the first verse and tried sucessfully not to make to too obvious). I had the camera on me to try and record the Voluntary at the end (Final Movement from Vierne's 3rd). I will put the links here later when they turn up in the obvious location (ie. YouTube). Dave Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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