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PARRY: Invocation to Music / The Soul's Ransom / The Lotos-Eaters / Blest Pair of Sirens

PARRY: Invocation to Music / The Soul's Ransom / The Lotos-Eaters / Blest Pair of Sirens

Composer(s)Parry, Hubert
Period(s) 20th Century
Genre Classical Music
Category Choral - SacredChoral - Secular
Catalogue CHAN241-31
Label Chandos
Quality   320kbps
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PARRY: Invocation to Music / The Soul's Ransom / The Lotos-Eaters / Blest Pair of Sirens 2:33:21   
  The Soul's Ransom          
      Section 1: Introduction: Lento — 4:17       
      Section 1: Who can number the sands of sea (Chorus) 8:17       
      Section 2: Hear ye this, O ye people (Bass) 4:21       
      Section 2: We look for light, but behold the darkness (Chorus) 3:21       
      Section 2: Why are ye so fearful, O ye of little faith? (Soprano, Chorus) 7:10       
      Section 3: The hand of the Lord was upon me (Bass, Chorus) 9:29       
      Section 4: The people that walked in darkness (Soprano) 5:00       
      Section 4: See now, ye that love the light (Chorus) 5:06       
  The Lotos-Eaters          
      There is music here that softer falls (Chorus) 3:36       
      Why are we weigh'd upon with heaviness (Chorus) 1:39       
      Lo! in the middle of the wood (Soprano) 2:40       
      Hateful is the dark-blue sky (Chorus) 2:23       
      How sweet it were, hearing the downward stream (Soprano) 4:25       
      Dear is the memory of our wedded lives (Chorus) 4:28       
      But, propt on beds of amaranth and moly (Soprano) 2:20       
      The Lotos blooms below the barren peak (Chorus, Soprano) 11:07       
  Blest Pair of Sirens 11:53       
  Invocation to Music          
      Introduction - Myriad voiced Queen! (Chorus) 5:10       
      Turn, O return (Chorus, Soprano) 4:05       
      Thee, fair Poetry oft hath sought (Tenor) 4:33       
      The monstrous sea (Chorus) 5:34       
      Love to Love calleth (Soprano, Tenor) 5:17       
      Dirge: To me, to me, fair-hearted Goddess, come! (Bass) 8:05       
      Man, born of desire (Chorus) 4:55       
      Rejoice, ye dead, where'er your spirits dwell (Soprano, Chorus) 6:10       
      O enter with me the gates of delight (Soprano, Tenor and Bass) 5:41       
      Thou, O Queen of sinless grace (Chorus) 5:09       
  I was glad 7:10       
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