Notes & Reviews:
Arguably Britain's greatest living choral composer, Sir John Tavener's music is performed in churches and cathedrals throughout the land and at the most important state occasions. This glorious recording from the choir of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle includes The Lamb - perhaps one of the best-known choral works of the late twentieth century. The Choir of St George's Chapel, under Christopher Robinson, consists of 24 boy choristers and twelve Lay Clerks singing alto, tenor and bass. They frequently collaborate with London based ensembles and give one of the main concerts at the Windsor Festival.
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