Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: CD's / CD's
Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction - CD's / CD's
The London Oratory, also known as the Brompton Oratory, has three distinct and reputable choirs, all of which are signed to recording label AimHigher Recordings which is distributed worldwide by Sony Classical. This is the Schola Cantorum's debut major label recording - 'Sacred Treasures of England' - presenting music from the English Tudor era. Motets from William Byrd, Thomas Tallis and the 'Missa Euge bone' by Christopher Tye feature and the album comprises of 14 glorious tracks. As well as its liturgical role, the Schola has recorded numerous soundtracks, including The Lord of the Rings, as well as being featured on several recordings and programs for television and radio. The choir has also toured widely abroad, performing throughout the USA and Europe. In 2013 the Schola sang at High Mass in St Peter's Basilica in Rome, and was the first visiting choir in history to sing at Vespers there.
The London Oratory Schola Cantorum Boys Choir, Luca Garzolini (alto), Luca De Flammineis (alto), Alexander O'Sullivan (alto), Grzegorz Todryk (alto), Edward McMullan (alto), Maurice Cole (alto), Joshua Rodgers (alto), Oliver Waldron (vocal), Ben Smith (vocal), Julian Saade (vocal), Oliver Smith (vocal), Benedict Verdin (vocal), Nathaniel Verdin (vocal), Rory McCleery (alto), David Bick (tenor), Nicholas O'Keeffe (bass), James O'Keeffe (bass), Thomas Richardson (bass), Michael Craddock (bass), David Le Prevost (bass), Gerard Delrez (bass), Samuel Moriarty, Charles Desa (bass), Nicolas Garcia-Peguinho (tenor), Arthur Campbell, Simon Biazeck (tenor), Peter Harris (tenor), James Connolly (bass), Graham Neal (tenor), Alfred Quantrill (vocal), James Perillo (vocal), Darragh Bunting (vocal), Jack Abbott (vocal), Oisin Byrne (vocal), Jacob Carey (vocal), Massimo Chiocca (vocal), Davide Castelli (vocal), George Abbott (vocal), Dylan Connolly (vocal), Mattheus Daly (vocal), Daniel Hutton (vocal), James Gardner (vocal), Nicholas Kiely (vocal), Michael King (vocal), Lorenzo Monopoli (vocal), Wenzel Kinsky (vocal), James Foley (vocal), Hugo Farmer (vocal), Tobias Dean (vocal), Charles Dean (vocal), Leo De Flammineis (vocal), William Diffey (vocal), Oisin Duggan-Dennehy (vocal), Harry O'Sullivan (vocal)
Publication date: 2017-02-17