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Moving from the Signum label to the major Decca, the British choir Voces8, indeed an octet, breaks into new territory with its debut release for the Lux label. The album, with its vaguely positive theme and its mix of Renaissance, contemporary British and American, and pop selections, is aimed squarely at Britain's substantial crossover market. But it departs from earlier easy-on-the-ears collections in several ways, and it's worth the time of anyone who likes virtuoso choral singing. Voces8 not only takes on the difficult ...

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  1. Ubi caritas, for chorus
  2. O nata lux de lumine, motet (hymn) for 5 voices, P. 209
  3. Lux Aeterna, for chorus (after Nimrod from Enigma Variations, various arr.)
  4. Teardrop
  5. The Mother of God, for chorus
  6. Miserere mei Deus (Psalm 51), motet for chorus
  7. Stars, for chorus & water glasses
  8. Ave Maria (i), for chorus in E major
  9. Prayer to a Guardian Angel, for soprano, harp & string orchestra
  10. Vespers (All-Night Vigil), for alto, tenor & chorus, Op. 37: 6. Bogoroditse Devo
  11. Lux aeterna, for chorus & orchestra: O Nata Lux
  12. The Luckiest
  13. Corde natus ex parentis
  14. My Lord has come, for chorus
  15. Ubi caritas, for chorus
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