The work is a dramatic setting for double chorus of a striking passage from Hosea, very much conceived with Parry’s I was glad in mind. Both scores are in three clearly defined sections: firstly triumphant, then contemplative, then returning to the majestic glory of their opening moments. In addition – and the drama here is explicit – each setting allocates individual roles to members of the decani and cantoris, calling for God’s people to turn back to him. READ MORE…
Treseder, Gareth: Come, and let us return unto the Lord£3.00 – £20.00
Our Choral Ambassador Angus Smith caught up with Gareth to ask him about the work and what inspired him to write the piece.