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RECORDINGS The choir has made five recordings on CD, details are below:

2001 In Dulci Jubilo - click on images for larger versions
Copies of this CD are still available at the price of 5 (5 GBP) - please email us if you are interested.
2001 In Dulci Jubilo cover - Click for larger image 2001 In Dulci Jubilo back - Click for larger image
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The West London Vocal Ensemble
In Dulci Jubilo
Carol and Anthems for Christmas

Paul Plummer, conductor

This splendid collection of carols, anthems and organ pieces that celebrate the season of Christmas was recorded at St. Stephens Church, Gloucester Road, London in November 2001.

The album also contains the very first recording of the church's magnificent new organ, orginally built by Norman & Beard in 1905 and completed by TW Fearn & Son in 2001.

As a result of the album being recorded in this location, you may be able to detect some slight interference from the church's external surroundings. We hope that this does not affect your overall enjoyment of the performances contained herein.

Our thanks to the clergy and staff of St. Stephen's Church and Southville Methodist Church for their help with this project.

Keith Murphy.

Contents - click on titles for a short extract
  1. The Lamb - Little Lamb, Who Made Thee? - John Taverner (words by William Blake)
  2. Hymn To The Virgin - Benjamin Britten.
      Solo Quartet: Rebecca Saunders, Clare Cape, David Scott, Robert Worley.
  3. Fugue sur le Theme du Carillion des Heures de la Cathedral de Soissons - Maurice Durufl.
  4. Bogoroditsye Dyevo (from Vespers Op.37) - Sergei Rachmaninov
  5. Lo! He Comes With Clouds Descending 18c English Melody
      Verses 1-3 from 'The English Hymnal', Verse 4 arranged by Paul Plummer
  6. Lully, Lulla, Thou Little Tiny Child - Kenneth Leighton. Soprano Solo - Elizabeth Hellyer
  7. The Truth Sent From Above - Trad. arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams
  8. Sir Christmas (Op.45/4) - William Matthias
  9. Wexford Carol - Irish Trad. Carol arr. John Rutter. Baritone solo: Edwin Murphy
  10. In Dulci Jubilo - Samuel Scheidt
  11. Coventry Carol - Trad. arr. Martin Shaw.
      Solo Quartet: Georgina Davies, Elaine Sturman, John Murphy, Keith Murphy
  12. Here Is The Little Door - Hebert Howells
  13. Once In Royal David's City - H.J Gauntlett. Verses 1-5 arranged by A.H. Mann,
      verse 6 arranged by David Willcocks. Soprano solo: Terri Murphy
  14. Gaudete - Trad. arranged by John Baird
  15. O Magnum Mysterium - Keith Murphy
  16. A Spotless Rose - Herbert Howells. Baritone solo: Gerry Ingram
  17. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing - Felix Mendelssohn,
      words by Charles Wesley. Verse 3 arranged by David Willcocks.
  18. La Nativit du seigneur (IX - Dieu Parmi Nous) - Olivier Messien.


2001 Durufl Concert
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2001 Durufl Concert back - Click for larger image 2001 Durufl Concert inside - Click for larger image
The West London Vocal Ensemble
Durufl Requiem

The West London Vocal Ensemble, The New London Sinfonia
Robert Rice, Baritone
Paul Plummer, Conductor
Concert Recording St. Peter's Eaton Square London
Palm Sunday 8th April 2001
in loving memory of Alexa Cherie Murphy, 1997-2001

The West London Vocal Ensemble:
Anne Ashmore, Clare Cape, Claire Cheetham, Helen Cook, Rachel Davis, Nick Gifford, Abi Griffiths, Ian Grocott, Gill Haigh, Elizabeth Helyer, Joan Helyer, Michele Hockinson, Gerry Ingram, Kathryn Lavelle, Lindsay Maloney, Bridin Mills, Edwin Murphy, Gavin Murphy, John Murphy, Keith Murphy, Terri Murphy, Teresa Rekowska, Joanna Richardson, Mary Ryan, Rebecca Saunders, David Scott, David Shield, Elaine Sturman, Katie Usher, Philip Wallington, Robert Worley.
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