JS Bach’s Magnificat – Bass Chorus Rehearsal Aid

1685 – 1750

JS Bach’s Magnificat – Bass Chorus Rehearsal Aid


BASS VOICE EMPHASISED – ALL OTHER VOICES DIMINISHED

Johann Sebastian Bach  Part I - Magnificat
Johann Sebastian Bach  Part IV - Omnes
Johann Sebastian Bach  Part VII - Fecit potentiam
Johann Sebastian Bach  Part XI - Sicut locutus est
Johann Sebastian Bach  Part XII - Gloria Patri

Running time: 24:48

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CHORISTER BIOGRAPHIES

Felicity Davies

Felicity graduated from Trinity College of Music in 2010, where she won the TCM Vocal Contemporary Prize. She currently sings with various professional ensembles including: The BBC Singers, Ex Cathedra and The Armonico Consort yet she also enjoys having an active solo career. Oratorio includes: The Creation, Elijah, Mozart’s Requiem, The Messiah, Samson and Nelson Mass, All the Ends of the Earth (Judith Weir), Missa Angelorum (Carl Rütti) and Daniel Lésur’s Le Cantique des Cantiques at the BBC Proms in 2010. Former operatic roles have included: Olympia (The Tales of Hoffman), Zerlina (Don Giovanni), 1st Spirit (The Magic Flute), Mabel (Pirates of Penzance), Angelina (Trial by Jury), Rose Maybud (Ruddigore), La Fortuna (Giustino), Countess Almavira (Marriage of Figaro), Madame Herz (The Impressario), Lady Harriet (Martha), Susan (A Dinner Engagement) and Vagaus (Juditha Triumphans.)

Graham Neal

Graham read music at the University of Surrey, winning the Robert Naylor prize. He continued his studies on the Knack opera course at the ENO and as a postgraduate at Trinity College of Music. On the operatic stage, he has performed at The Royal Opera House, English National Opera, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, l’Opera Comique and Grange Park Opera. Adept at choral singing, he has appeared frequently in concert, on television, and on recordings. He sings with the Monteverdi Choir, The King’s Consort, Philharmonia Voices, English Voices, Sonoro, Orpheus Britannicus, the Hanover Band and Cappella Nova as well as being a member of the choir of the London Oratory Church.

Liam Dunachie

Liam is a pianist, composer, arranger and singer based in London. While studying music at Cambridge University he was a member of the world-renowned Choir of Trinity College Cambridge under the director Stephen Layton with whom he was fortunate to tour Europe, the USA and Australia and record three highly acclaimed albums, one of which was nominated for a Grammy in 2011. Liam subsequently went on to study jazz piano and arranging at the Guildhall School of Music in London and is now a regular presence in the heart of London’s jazz scene while also keeping a busy schedule as an accompanist, arranger and musical director.
He has also been the co-producer during the recording process for ChordPerfect.

Emily Kirby-Ashmore

Emily studied at the University of King’s College London and at the Royal Academy of Music, graduating in 2011. She has sung with Blossom Street, The London Quartet, Artis, The Southbank Sinfonia, the English Chamber Orchestra, the Monteverdi Choir and Deus Ex Cathedra. Recent solo engagements include Handel’s Dettingen Te Deum with the Southbank Sinfonia, Bach’s St Matthew Passion at the Cadogan Hall with the English Chamber Orchestra (part of Channel 4’s Documentary ‘The Life of Alex’), Bach’s St John Passion in St John’s Smith Square, Macmillan’s Seven Last Words on the Cross with the Southbank Sinfonia and Bach’s B Minor Mass at Gloucester Cathedral with the English Chamber Orchestra.

Phillipa Thomas

Phillipa began her choral training in Cantamus Girls’ Choir, with whom she toured extensively and competed successfully. She studied music at the University of York, winning the York University Concerto Prize and, following her MA, she continued her vocal training at Birmingham Conservatoire where she was a finalist in various competitions and winner of the Birmingham Conservatoire Singing Prize. Whilst at York, she was a member of the University Chamber Choir and a founder member of Blossom Street. Before concentrating on operatic projects she was a regular on the choral circuit in London and continues to perform as a member of Blossom Street.

Robert Jenkins

Robert completed his Bachelor in Music (Honours) degree at Birmingham Conservatoire in 2012, after winning the Cecil Drew Oratorio Prize there in 2011. Robert was Tenor Lay Clark at Birmingham Cathedral for 5 years, having previously sung there as a treble. He is a member of a number of professional ensembles, including the BBC Singers, Ex-Cathedra, Polyphony, Philharmonia Voices, Siglo de Oro and the Proteus Ensemble. He has also enjoyed singing with many professional church choirs in London, most notably Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, St Martin in the Fields, Chelsea Old Church and Westminster Cathedral. Robert is in demand as a soloist and has also enjoyed numerous opera roles on stage.

Chris Webb

Chris was a choral scholar at the University of Cambridge, where he sang with the choir of Clare College and the University Chamber Choir. He is now a lay clerk at Southwark Cathedral and sings with renowned choirs including the Monteverdi Choir, London Voices, Farm Street Singers, and Blossom Street. He has also worked extensively with the Zürcher Sing-Akademie in Zurich, Switzerland. His recent operatic roles have included Colline (Puccini La boheme – Merry Opera Company) and Sarastro (Mozart Magic Flute – Opera Anywhere), and he is a member of the English National Opera’s ‘Opera Works’ young artists’ programme 2016-17. He learns singing with Alex Ashworth.

Musical Director: Hilary Campbell

Hilary Campbell is a freelance choral specialist, and is founder and Musical Director of professional chamber choir Blossom Street, and Musical Director of Bristol Choral Society, Chiswick Choir and the Music Makers of London. Her guest work includes ensembles such as the BBC Symphony Chorus, Trinity Laban Chamber Choir, BBC Radio 4’s Daily Service Singers, the University of Greenwich Choir and the Royal Academy of Music Symphony Chorus, whom she recently prepared for a performance of Mahler Symphony No. 2 at Royal Festival Hall conducted by Semyon Bychkov. She also runs an annual project with Master of the Queen’s Music, Judith Weir, at the Royal Academy of Music, in conjunction with Blossom Street and the RAM composition department, and is conductor of P&O Ferries Choir, the group which won the BBC2 series The Choir, and whom she met whilst filming for the series.
In addition to her regular conducting work, Hilary also acts as an adjudicator, choral workshop leader and guest conductor. She is a founder member of the Voices of London Festival, and is also a published and prize-winning composer.