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Exeter Cathedral, properly known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter in Exeter, is an Anglican cathedral, and the seat of the Bishop of Exeter, in the city of Exeter, Devon, in South West England. The present building was complete by about 1400, and has several notable features, including an early set of misericords, an astronomical clock and the longest uninterrupted vaulted ceiling in England.
Album · 1987 · 11 Songs. More By Exeter Cathedral Choir. See All. Patrick Hawes: Lazarus Requiem. Alpha Collection Vol 13: Evensong from Exeter Cathedral. Ascribe Unto the Lord (Large-Scale Anthems from the Victorian Era).
Picture Gallery - 1970s. Eucharist Easter morning in the nave, looking west from the organ screen. On the left can be seen Decani men and boys, and on the right some of the Cantoris boys and a sinlge alto (Colin Broughton). Just beyond Lucian Nethsingha (organist) at the west end of the treble choir stalls is Canon Arthur Ward (Archdeacon of Exeter), then Ian Watson (Headmaster of the Choir School). Opposite them is the Archdeacon of Totnes nearest the choir. Decani men: (from east to west) Ralph Price (bass lay vicar and punctator); Donald Callaway (bass, secondary) Richard Roddis (bass choral scholar); Ron Kitchen (tenor lay vicar); Rodney Ricketts (tenor choral scholar); Pip Newton (alto choral scholar); Clive Dickinson (alto choral scholar).
Exeter Cathedral Choir, Exeter Philharmonic Choir, Patrick Hawes, Royal Scottish National Orchestra - Lazarus Requiem: Sanctus Lazarus Requiem, 2012 02:41. Exeter Cathedral Choir, Lucian Nethsingha, Paul Morgan - Lesser Litany and Lord's Prayer Alpha Collection Vol 13: Evensong from Exeter Cathedral, 1985 02:04. Exeter Cathedral Choir, Lucian Nethsingha, Paul Morgan - Messe Solennelle in C Sharp Minor Op. 19 - Benedictus Alpha Collection Vol 14: Choral Music from Exeter Cathedral, 1987 03:24.
Exeter Cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Exeter, and a centre of worship, teaching and mission. The sound of bells will fill the air in Exeter on 22 June, as ten of the best bell ringing teams in the country descend on the city’s Cathedral for the final of a national competition. If this video's charming replica bell is enough to earn your appreciation, then do come along to experience the bells on one of the grandest scales imaginable iking contest has been hosted by Exeter Cathedral.
All attend Exeter Cathedral School. The children enjoy a broad education alongside a challenging but rewarding life as a Chorister. They are trained to a professional standard to sing alongside the adult members of the choir, benefitting from unparalleled musical training and developing a strong sense of commitment, responsibility, teamwork and social skills.
|A1||I Was Glad|
|A3||Magnificat And Nunc Dimittis In A Major|
|B1||Hail, Gladdening Light|
|B2||Greater Love Hath No Man|
|B3||God Be In My Head|
|B4||O Clap Your Hands|
|B5||Organ Sonata In G Major, Last Movement|