The 2nd work for orchestra. The 3rd work originally for soloists, choirs, organ, and orchestra; acc. arr. for organ.
Robert Chilcott, treble ; John Carol Case, baritone (1st work) ; Janet Baker, mezzo-soprano; Stephen Roberts, baritone (3rd) ; John Wells, organ (1st) ; Gareth Morris, flute (2nd) ; Timothy Hugh, violoncellocello ; John Butt, organ (3rd) ; Choir of King's College, Cambridge (1st, 3rd) ; New Philharmonia Orchestra ; Sir David Willcocks (Fauré), Sir Philip Ledger(Duruflé), conductors.
Recorded Dec. 20, 1967, Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge (Fauré), and Oct. 31 and Dec. 15-17, 1980, Chapel of King's College, Cambridge (Duruflé).
Previously released separately as analog discs in 1968 (Fauré) and 1981 (Duruflé).
Program notes in English and texts in Latin, with English and French translations, on container insert.
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