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Recording of the month: Music For Sunday
The Choir of Salisbury Cathedral have released a new CD featuring Todd’s Salisbury Setting of the Short Service which was commissioned by Luke March for David Halls and the Choir of Salisbury Cathedral in 2015, the 800th anniversary year of the sealing of the Magna Carta.
This CD presents a cross section of music sung in the three regular services in Salisbury Cathedral with the works of Halls, Todd, Moody and Shephard receiving their first commercial recordings. This is the latest in a long series of recordings featuring Salisbury Cathedral Choir on the Priory label.
Music for Sunday is out now. You can listen to excerpts below:
Events this month
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Will Todd’s JAZZ MISSA BREVIS on BBC One Sunday 20th May 2018 at 10:00 am
An international service live from St Martin-in-the-Fields in London’s Trafalgar Square. The Rev Dr Sam Wells leads the service and the preacher is the new bishop of London, the Rt Rev Sarah Mullally. The Mass setting is Will Todd’s JAZZ MISSA BREVIS, sung by the combined choirs of St Martin’s and directed by Andrew Earis. Hymns include new jazz arrangements by Will Todd of the well-loved hymns ‘Come Down O Love Divine’, ‘Lord For The Years’ and ‘God Is Love’.
Classic FM broadcast live excerpts of Will Todd’s new Passion Music published soon by Oxford University Press.
We're live with composer Will Todd Music's 'Passion Music'Hear the World Premiere of this incredible new work at St Martin-in-the-Fields tomorrow night 👉 https://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/event/sound-st-martins-concert-holy-week/
Posted by Classic FM on Monday, 26 March 2018
Will Todd talks to Oxford University Press about finding a text for his music
Work of the month
Bring Light scored for SATB and organ with optional orchestra, was commissioned by Winchester University for their 175th Anniversary Celebrations. With words by Madaleine Vaughan, the work was premiered on 27th February 2016 in Winchester Cathedral at the Cathedrals Group Choirs Festival 2016.