Music

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University Chamber Choir

Please note there will be two intervals of five minutes and fifteen minutes duration

Ossian Huskinson bass-baritone
Calum Fraser & Eden Lavelle conductors

Purcell Jehova quam multi sunt hostes mei
Purcell Miserere Mei
MacMillan Christus Vincit
Purcell First and Second Musick from The Faerie Queen; 'Let the dreadul engines' from Don Quixote; Chaconne in G minor; 'Arise ye subterranean winds' from The Tempest; Fantazia No.11 in G major, Z742
MacMillan A Child's Prayer; Sedebit Dominus Rex; Mitte Manu Tuam
Purcell Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem

The University of Nottingham alumnus Ossian Huskinson returns as a guest soloist in a programme that juxtaposes music by two of Britain's greatest composers spanning four centuries.