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London Festival of Contemporary Church Music - Loss and Lamentation

Saturday May 19, 2018 at 19:30
St Pancras Church, London
£12, concessions £10
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  1. For the Fallen - Douglas Guest
  2. The Lord is good - Cecilia McDowall
  3. In Flanders Fields - David Allen
  4. Requiem - Herbert Howells
  5. A Litany, 'Drop, drop slow tears' - Sir William Walton
  6. Song for Athene - Sir John Tavener
  7. Three Songs of Remembrance - David Bednall

This year's concert presents a gorgeous programme of music exploring composer's response to loss and the need for remembrance including remembrance of World War I as well as the marking of personal loss in texts dating back to biblical times.

The Chapel Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford is among the finest and most active university choirs in the United Kingdom with an extensive concert and touring schedule. The choir is made up of thirty undergraduate singers from The University of Oxford and they perform a wide variety of repertoire of music from renaissance to contemporary. They are directed by Dr Owen Rees, Professor of Music at the university and Fellow in Music at The Queen's College. In addition to his critically acclaimed performance work Dr Owen Rees is renowned for his expertise on Portuguese renaissance music.

St Pancras Church
Euston Road
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