Te Deum Laudamus — Anthony Newman

St. Matthew's new Te Deum was premiered on April 18, 2007 and is similar in mood and treatment to Handel's Dettinger Te Deum. Scored for chamber orchestra chorus and soloists, it is a particularly joyful work, with solos for tenor and soprano. The text, written by both St. Ambrose and St. Augustine, comes from around 330 AD. The version used is from the Episcopal tradition. The 'Sibley' Songs were commissioned by Frederick Sibley as a birthday present for his 67th birthday. The texts come from Shakespeare, Blake, Comte de Isle, and The Bible. For Songs of Angels, texts are from Milton, Shakespeare, Spencer, and The Bible.

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Te Deum

  1. We Praise you 4:21
  2. The Glorious Chorus 5:31
  3. King of Glory 3:45
  4. The Right Hand of God 3:45
  5. Glorious Choirs/Thou Wilt Come to Judge 4:18
  6. Vouchsafe O Lord 2:36

'Sibley' Love Songs

  1. How Oft 1:12
  2. Lord of My Love 2:58
  3. To Spring 5:48
  4. When in Disgrace 2:53
  5. L'Ombre Silencieuse 3:34
  6. O Father 4:00
  7. But Mary Stood 4:58
  8. Then What is Love 2:53

From Songs of Angels

  1. The Hymn 4:57
  2. How Sweet The Moonlight 2:53
  3. Rage 3:15
  4. Is There Care in Heaven 3:39
  5. To the Evening Star 3:23
  6. Song 4:29
  7. Blow Your Trumpets Angels 2:50

Total Playing Time: 77:00