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Recital: St John’s College, Cambridge

Jonathan will be giving a recital in the series at St John’s on Sunday 2nd July at 6pm. Programme Robert Saxton (b.1953): Passacaglia ‘On The Name John McCabe’ (2015) Ian Venables (b.1955): Rhapsody ‘In Memoriam Herbert Howells’ (2009) Herbert Howells (1892-1983): Psalm … Continue reading

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Shaping the living and the dead.

The Annual Herbert Howells Lecture, given at Westminster Abbey on 8th October 2016 by Dr Jonathan Clinch. Download PDF

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Trust sponsors Choral Symphony recording — Sir George Dyson Trust: Music Blog

The Trust has just sponsored the first recording of the Choral Symphony (alongside Dyson’s St. Paul’s Voyage to Melita) with The Bach Choir and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, under David Hill. In this blog, Dr Jonathan Clinch introduces the symphony. Although … Continue reading

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Recital: St Michael’s Cornhill

St Michael’s Cornhill Monday 27 March at 1pm Programme King’s Herald (4:30) Herbert Howells arr. Clinch    Allegretto grazioso (3) Frank Bridge   Fantasia (8:30) Sir George Dyson   Passacaglia on the name joHn mcCABE (6) Robert Saxton     … Continue reading

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Westminster Lecture

Shaping the living and the dead. The Annual Herbert Howells Lecture, given at Westminster Abbey on 8th October 2016 by Dr Jonathan Clinch is now available in the December volume of the  Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians (USA).

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Organ Recital: Merton College Oxford

Thursday 3rd November – 1:15pm King’s Herald Herbert Howells arr. Clinch Passacaglia on the name joHn mcCABE  Robert Saxton   Pari intervallo  Arvo Pärt Sonata on the 94th Psalm  Julius Reubke See Merton Website

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Howells Cello Concerto Review

The Telegraph – 10th July 2016 Herbert Howells, Cheltenham Festival  – Four starsAll premieres are exciting, but to hear the long-delayed premiere of a piece by one of Britain’s best-loved composers is a particular thrill. Here was the Cello Concerto … Continue reading

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