Who Are These Angels?

Who Are These Angels?

Artist
Who Are These Angels?
Label(s)
Genre(s)
Classical
Code
CKD 383
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  • And lo, the Angel of the Lord
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    And lo, the Angel of the Lord

    04:40
    $2.40
  • Qui meditabitur (Strathclyde Motet)
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Qui meditabitur (Strathclyde Motet)

    05:25
    $4.80
  • O Radiant Dawn (Strathclyde Motet)
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    O Radiant Dawn (Strathclyde Motet)

    04:17
    $2.40
  • Lux aeterna (Strathclyde Motet)
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Lux aeterna (Strathclyde Motet)

    03:44
    $2.40
  • Os mutorum (Strathclyde Motet)
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Os mutorum (Strathclyde Motet)

    04:28
    $2.40
  • Bring us, O Lord
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Bring us, O Lord

    06:03
    $4.80
  • Canticle of Zachariah (Strathclyde Motet)
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Canticle of Zachariah (Strathclyde Motet)

    03:42
    $2.40
  • Benedictus Deus
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Benedictus Deus

    05:18
    $19.20
  • Advent Antiphon
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Advent Antiphon

    04:23
    $2.40
  • Pascha nostrum immolatus est (Strathclyde Motet)
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Pascha nostrum immolatus est (Strathclyde Motet)

    04:22
    $2.40
  • Who are these Angels?
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Who are these Angels?

    05:52
    $4.80
  • Think of how God loves you
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Think of how God loves you

    02:30
    $2.40
  • Benedicimus Deum caeli (Strathclyde Motet)
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Benedicimus Deum caeli (Strathclyde Motet)

    03:02
    $2.40
  • Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - I. Kyrie
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - I. Kyrie

    01:18
    $2.40
  • Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - II. Gloria
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - II. Gloria

    02:45
    $2.40
  • Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - III. Sanctus
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - III. Sanctus

    02:01
    $2.40
  • Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - IV. Acclamations
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - IV. Acclamations

    00:50
    $2.40
  • Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - V. Agnus Dei
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Mass of Blessed John Henry Newman - V. Agnus Dei

    01:57
    $2.40
  • Tota pulchra es
    Composer(s) James MacMillan
    Artist(s) Alan Tavener Cappella Nova

    Tota pulchra es

    04:33
    $2.40

Total running time: 71 minutes.

Album information

Cappella Nova release their second album of premiere recordings of new works by Scottish composer James MacMillan.  

Cappella Nova follow on from their "undeniably beautiful" (The Financial Times) Linn debut, MacMillan: Tenebrae, with their second volume of choral works by the leading contemporary composer. The outstanding Scottish group have a unique relationship with James MacMillan, the composer having written several works for them. All of the tracks are premiere recordings, recorded under the supervision of MacMillan, whose fascinating conversation with Rebecca Tavener on his new works are included here.

Who are these Angels? includes the last of the Strathclyde Motets, seven of which were included on Tenebrae. Also included is the mass James MacMillan wrote specifically for Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Scotland in September 2010, sung by over 150,000 people.