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Festival Singers of Wellington

People of the Light; Spirited People; Tell My People – 3 CD set – Concert Purchase

People of the Light; Spirited People; Tell My People – 3 CD set – Concert Purchase

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Festival Singers of Wellington 3 CD set

You are buying a 3 CD set at the reduced price of $30 at a concert or workshop with no postage.

Previously $60.00 for 3,
now just $30 for 3 CDs while stocks last.

[Only 3 sets left 10 Feb 2024
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You can listen to this music in worship, devotional times and for your personal enjoyment.

People of the Light – CD (2015) 22 tracks

The Third Day cantata tells the story of Jesus' resurrection, from the discovery of the empty tomb onwards. Music in the rest of the CD follows roughly that of the church year: from Advent through Christmas through Passiontide and Easter and beyond, circling around to Advent again with the Magnificat.

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Spirited People – CD (2007) 30 Tracks

Spirited People presents recent work of New Zealand composers in an album which appeals by the immediacy of the texts and the accessibility of the music. It challenges us to worship God wherever we are and to apply ourselves to social concerns as exemplified by Jesus, through the power and inspiration of the Holy Spirit.

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Tell My People CD (2000) 25 tracks

“As a very fitting celebration of 25 years of singing Christian music the Festival Singers, based in Wellington, have issued this compact disc. Some of the material is new but much of it has been skilfully re-mastered from analogue tracks recorded fifteen or more years ago. It is difficult to tell the difference.

The selection of music varies from traditional hymns such as Dear Lord and Father of Mankind through a range of hymns from New Zealand writers to Ave Maria by Igor Stravinsky. Most of it comes off well but there is no doubt that the Festival Singers do better with contemporary writing.

John Rutter’s Jesus Child and his setting of The Lord Bless You and Keep You that respectively begin and end the CD are particularly noteworthy as is Jenny McLeod’s Indigo II, the West Indian Lord’s Prayer with a splendid solo from Peter Baillie and a lovely rendition of Who is Moving though the Silence.

Congratulations to the Festival Singers, their conductor, Mark Leicester, and recording engineer, Richard Hulse. This is a CD well worth a place in the collection of anyone who enjoys good, well considered Christian music across a wide spectrum of styles.”

Maureen Garing
Crosslink, March 2001 

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