Te Deum and The Burning Road

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Composed by Will Todd
Words by Ben Dunwell

Te Deum:
Vivace Chorus
Youths Choirs of Holy Trinity School, Holy Trinity and St Mary’s Church, and Tormead School, Guildford
Jeremy Backhouse Conductor
Bethany Halliday Soprano

The Burning Road:
Crouch End Festival Chorus
National Sinfonia
David Temple Conductor
Jennifer Maybee Soprano
Graeme Danby Baritone

Like many of Will Todd’s works, the underlying theme of the Te Deum is a message of hope – hope for the future, hope that we can, as a culture and community do better to insure the future, hope that we can leave old conflicts behind and build new relationships, hope for our young people.

With additional words by Ben Dunwell, Te Deum was commissioned by the Vivace Chorus and dedicated to the memory of Keith Hester.

The Burning Road was commissioned by the Northampton Bach Choir to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Jarrow March.

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Track listing

Te Deum (2009)

1 Te Deum (chorus & ensemble)

2 Rex Gloriae (chorus & ensemble)

3 O Lord Bring Peace (soprano, chorus & ensemble)

4 The House of the Lord (youth choir, chorus & ensemble)

5 Te Ergo Quaesumus (soprano, youth choir, chorus & ensemble)

The Burning Road (1996)

6 The Forgotten Town (baritone, chorus & orchestra)

7 The Change (soprano & orchestra)

8 The Song of the March (baritone, chorus and orchestra)

9 The Burning Road (soprano, baritone, chorus & orchestra)

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Composed by Will Todd
Words by Ben Dunwell

Te Deum:
Vivace Chorus
Youths Choirs of Holy Trinity School, Holy Trinity and St Mary's Church, and Tormead School, Guildford
Jeremy Backhouse: Conductor
Bethany Halliday: Soprano

The Burning Road:
Crouch End Festival Chorus
National Sinfonia
David Temple: Conductor
Jennifer Maybee: Soprano
Graeme Danby: Baritone

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