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conducted by Christopher Bell

Performances which are both polished and committed, from this amazing choir, including a few well -known sacred pieces by Durufle, Stainer, Stanford; new works by brilliant Scots composer Martin Dalby, a gem from John Tavener, and a selection of traditional Scottish songs in super new arrangements by Ken Johnson.

Sponsored by Total Oil: co-produced with BBC Radio Scotland

playing time: 54:13 
direct sale price:  £12.00
audio  sample:  "I sat down under his Shadow" by Edward Bairstow
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: Greater Love hath no Man;   My Song is Love Unknown
Tomkins: When David Heard
Wesley: Love one Another
Tavener: Love bade me Welcome 
Stainer: God so Loved the World (The Crucifixion)
Stanford: O for a closer Walk with God
Dalby:  Mater Salutaris;    My Heart Aflame
Bairstow: I sat Down under his Shadow
Durufle: Ubi Caritas et Amor (4 Motets, op.10, no1)
Anon (16th c.): Descendi in Hortuum Meum
Traditional Scottish Songs: Fa La La Lo; Westering Home; O Gin I were where Gadie rins (all arr. Ken Johnston); Skye Boat Song; Scots Wha Hae; Ca' the Yowes

review extracts: for full reviews click here
"Many of the tracks are quite stunning...the choir is splendidly directed... their achievements are remarkable...when they let their hair down they are surely without parallel" - "Sounds Alive"
"To hear young musicians sing about love is nothing too very remarkable, but to hear such an accomplished young choir as this take on such a ranging wealth of music demands extraordinary attention… inspiring to hear and demanding of great respect and enthusiasm.…This powerfully accomplished… disc serves to remind us of the abilities of young musicians and the truly gratifying results readily at hand for those who make the effort. Sponsor, choir, conductor and label alike deserve great thanks and credit."   -  Haig Mardirossian  - Fanfare (USA)
"The singing is young in fervour but mature in musicianship. The dynamic control is especially impressive". **** (four stars awarded).    "Choir & Organ"(UK)