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THIS PERFORMANCE TOOK PLACE IN 2009 THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM PRESENT THEIR ANNUAL SUMMER FESTIVAL OF MUSIC PLEASE NOTE, 70 MINUTE CONCERT NO INTERVAL Lindsay Jamieson, conductors Neal Osgood Andrew Rose STRAVINSKY Four Peasant Songs BRAHMS Three Sacred Choruses MACMILLAN Child’s Prayer PÄRT Nunc Dimittis TCHAIKOVSKY O come, let us worship & Praise ye the Lord from the heavens SISASK ‘Oremus’ from Gloria Patri Student compositions University Choir performs three unaccompanied works from the Orthodox tradition: two pieces from Tchaikovsky’s glorious setting of the Liturgy of St John Chrysostom and contemporary Estonian composer Urmas Sisask’s stunning ‘Oremus’. A composer and amateur astronomer, Sisask’s Gloria Patri is a collection of 24 sacred songs based on a ‘planetal scale’ that Sisask derived from the rotations of the planets in the solar system. Performances by Coro Sorelle and Viva Voce complete the programme.