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Pie Jesu (Prayer of the Heart) By Antony Pitts
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Part of a substantial Requiem setting inspired by the death of Alexander Litvinenko, this movement combines the standard text of the Pie Jesu with the Orthodox Prayer of the Heart - "Lord Jesus... More > Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner" - and is dedicated to the memory of conductor and scholar David Trendell.< Less
Dance of Redeemed Creation By Antony Pitts
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A virtuosic piano fantasy, first performed by Ian Pace in the Holywell Music Room, Oxford. Dance of Redeemed Creation is a dance of celebration and thanksgiving, choreographed from three main musical... More > sources: the 7-note 'rainbow' chord, derived from the harmonic series; a succession of intervals based on the Fibonacci series of numbers; the cycle of fourths covering the entire chromatic octave.< Less
Come, let us sing for joy! By Antony Pitts
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Commissioned as an introit for the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music 2014 for first performance at St Pancras Parish Church & live broadcast on BBC Choral Evensong on 14 May 2014, this... More > short and lively anthem is a setting of the first two verses of Psalm 95: "Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before Him with thanksgiving and extol Him with music and song."< Less
Seven Letters By Antony Pitts
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The words of the Seven Letters from the Book of Revelation are over 1900 years old, yet speak with a remarkably contemporary voice. The Laodiceans, the last of the seven churches addressed, think... More > they are rich in worldly terms, but do not realize that spiritually they are “wretched, pitiful, poor, blind, and naked”. Each of these letters is declaimed by a solo – at times virtuosic – voice (originally written for individual members of the ensemble TONUS PEREGRINUS and recorded on Hyperion CDA67507), and each letter ends with the urgent refrain: “He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the Churches”. The cover painting is by David Jenks: 'Finale'.< Less