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A Land of Pure Delight (album)

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Released  1992
Release date  1992
Length  53'
Genre  Hymn
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Recorded  1991 at the Joseph Bond Chapel, University of Chicago, Chicago
Label  Harmonia Mundi France 907048
Producer  Engineer: Lawrence Rock
Artists  Paul Hillier, His Majestie's Clerkes
Similar  Baltic Runes, Da Pacem, Baltic Voices 2, Carols From the Old & Ne, Litany for the Whale

A Land of Pure Delight: William Billings Anthems and Fuging Tunes is a 1992 album of hymns, anthems and songs written by William Billings performed by the American vocal ensemble His Majestie's Clerkes conducted by Paul Hillier on Harmonia Mundi Records as a sequel to their earlier Ghoostly Psalms: Anglo-American Psalmody 1550–1800.

The album was favourably reviewed by the Chicago Tribune as sung with "impeccable musicianship, full-throated tone, warmth and security of blend and expressive intelligence", and listed in the Penguin Guide to Compact Discs. The Digital Audio Music List reviewed the audio quality of the album as "technically exceptional in every positive way".

Track listing

  1. "O Praise the Lord of Heaven"
  2. "Is Any Afflicted"
  3. "Emmaus"
  4. "Africa"
  5. "Funeral Anthem: Samuel the Priest"
  6. "Shiloh"
  7. "Jordan"
  8. "I Am the Rose of Sharon"
  9. "Euroclydon"
  10. "Hear My Pray'r"
  11. "Rutland"
  12. "David's Lamentation"
  13. "As the Hart Panteth"
  14. "Creation"
  15. "Brookfield"
  16. "Easter Anthem: The Lord Is Ris'n Indeed"

References

A Land of Pure Delight (album) Wikipedia


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