Lumen Chamber Choir: Lumen de Lumine


14 new sacred and spiritual choral works performed by London-based Lumen Chamber Choir, conducted by Benjamin Thiele-Long.

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About this release

The Lumen de Lumine album is the first of its kind project to support and promote new and emerging composers across the world, providing them with an opportunity that wouldn’t otherwise be available; to have their work recorded, produced and released commercially.

The album is performed by London-based chamber choir Lumen, and features 14 new sacred and spiritual choral works written by 12 composers, showcasing the breadth of talent in new choral writing, and lighting the way for the future of these composers and the future of choral music itself.

CD Booklet
  • There is no dusk to be - Sam Olivier
  • My people hath been lost sheep - Carmen Bradford
  • The way of life - Simon Whiteley
  • Dreams - Benjamin Thiele-Long
  • Beati quorum via - Michael Wolniakowski
  • O Sapientia - Matt Wetmore
  • Most glorious Lord of life - Brian Moles
  • Who is my neighbour? - Clive Whitburn
  • Lullaby - Kit Grahame
  • Et lacrimatus est Jesus - Margaret Tesch-Muller
  • Agnus Dei - Barry Hopwood
  • The Lord's prayer - Barry Hopwood
  • Safe in the arms of He - Joanna Gill
  • O nata lux - Benjamin Thiele-Long
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Commissioned Programme Note

The idea for this album came to me in the most surprising of circumstances. While standing on top of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland I saw the Northern Lights for the very first time. As I watched the most unbelievable array of colours move across the sky, I was both overwhelmed and inspired by their scale and brilliance. Read more

Production Credits

Catalogue number CR046
Photography Various
Engineering Adaq Khan
Mastering Adaq Khan
Producer Andrew King
Creative Director Naomi Finn
Executive Producer Adrian Green
Recorded 5, 6, 7 May, 2018
Venue St. Nicholas, Denston, Suffolk

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