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1. Senegalese Song: O Lulum (archival sound recording, 1982)
2. Magnificat I (1982)
3. The silent land (1997)
4. Ave verum corpus (2003)
5. Stabat mater (2004)

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Sophie Bevan, soprano - Kate Symonds-Joy, mezzo-Soprano - Ben Alden, ténor - Jonathan Sells, basse - Raphael Wallfisch, violoncelle - The Dmitri Ensemble - Graham Ross, direction

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The Dmitri Ensemble under Graham Ross have previously appeared to great acclaim on the Naxos recording of MacMillan s Seven Last Words from the Cross: Graham Ross secures outstandingly fervent and finely disciplined results from the youthful Dmitri Ensemble... Plaudits must also go to John Rutter, who is credited with the triple role of producer, engineer and editor. --Gramophone EDITOR S CHOICE

A very worthwhile disc,foregrounding a composer who should be much more widely appreciated.Excellent performances and recordings. Performance & Recording ***** --BBC Music Magazine,Jan'11

Throughout, the four soloists and the Dmitri Ensemble under Graham Ross give passionate,committed performances.It would be hard to imagine a better performance. --IRR,Mar'11

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