Con Anima Chamber Choir & Granite City Brass

Phoenix Centre

Explore centuries of sacred music! Join us for a concert showcasing the rich beauty of choral and brass works.

  • Enjoy Vaughan Williams' triumphant adaptation of 'King's Lynn', transformed into a celebratory anthem.
  • Be captivated by Holst's evocative 'Six Choral Folk Songs', inspired by English countryside traditions.
  • Experience the grandeur of Venetian composer Gabrieli, renowned for his antiphonal brass and vocal works.
  • Immerse yourself in Praetorius' charming carol and Bruckner's moving motets and trombone 'aequales'.

This event promises a diverse and moving journey through sacred music history.

This programme is being repeated in St Machar's Cathedral on 21st April 2024


Granite City Brass Ensemble

Trumpet - Alan Haggart, Gerry Dawson, Allan Wilson.
Trombone - Bruce Wallace, Kenny Hamilton.
Tuba - Andy Patterson.

Organist: Professor David Smith


  • Gustav Holst (1874 – 1934) I sowed the seeds of love
  • Gustav Holst (1874 – 1934) There was a tree
  • Giovanni Gabrielli (1555 – 1612) Canzone per sonare no. 2
  • Giovanni Gabrielli (1555 – 1612) In ecclesiis
  • Michael Praetorius (1571 – 1621) Ein Kindelein so löbelich
  • Anton Bruckner (1824 – 1896) Locus iste
  • Anton Bruckner (1824 – 1896) 3 Aequale
Con Anima Chamber Choir Choir
Granite City Brass Brass Band
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