Choir of the Chapels Royal,
HM Tower of London,
present music inspired by the Psalms of David.

Exultate Deo creates a kaleidoscopic snapshot of music inspired by the Psalms of David and is a captivating insight into the wealth and variety of repertoire sung on a weekly basis by the Choir of the Chapels Royal, HM Tower of London.

  • POULENC Exultate Deo
  • PALESTRINA Sicut cervus
  • LEIGHTON Jubilate;
  • PARRY I was glad, Lord, let me know mine end
  • PURCELL Hear my Prayer
  • MENDELSSOHN Hear my Prayer
  • CHILCOTT My Prayer
  • WALFORD DAVIES Psalm 121
  • BYRD Miserere Mei
  • SWEELINCK Laudate Dominum;
  • RUTTER Psalm 23
  • HOWELLS Jubilate St Peter ad Vincula

The Psalms of David, sometimes referred to as the hymn-book of the bible, have inspired composers writing for the church through the ages. The vivid, poetical nature of the texts, arousing the full gamut of human emotions, has stimulated the composition of many great sacred works in Western music.

The Choir of the Chapels Royal, HM Tower of London, directed by Colm Carey, was established in 1966 to lead and enrich both worship and liturgy in the two historic chapels within HM Tower of London.

The Choir is one of Britain's leading chapel choirs and occupies a place at the heart of the nation's royal heritage. Formed of ten professional singers - who also perform regularly with distinguished consorts and opera companies in the UK and abroad - the choir continues the tradition of musical excellence central to the English Royal Court.

Colm Carey has been Master of Music of the Chapels Royal, HM Tower of London, since 2004. Andrew Arthur (organ) enjoys a varied career as conductor, keyboard player and teacher, all three of which disciplines he combines within his principle position as Director of Music at Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

Special price £9 plus p&p.