Surely not another rendition of Ave Maria? Yes, another rendition and a very good one in which the soloist Thomas Delgado Little instead of singing in Bb major takes the piece 2 keys higher to Db major and slows the pace somewhat. This could have gone very wrong indeed but Delgado Little (who outside of…
A Libera Christmas earwig. Enjoy :-) mfi
The boys of Libera performing the Wexford carol. Enjoy :-). mfi
How about we start the weekend with some of Libera’s always excellent singing? Enjoy :-) mfi
Another video from Libera’s American tour this one published on 24 Jun 2015 is of their classic “Sanctus”. Enjoy :-). mfi
From a live concert recording made at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC in the USA Enjoy :-) mfi
From a live concert recording made at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC in the USA.
From a live concert recording made at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC in the USA. Enjoy :-). mfi
Enjoy :-). mfi
Before they were known as Libera the boys of the St. Philips Boys Choir were called "Angel Voices" and Libera to this day is a subset of the St. Philips Boys Choir. As the St. Philips Boys Choir they recorded several albums amongst the pieces they recorded was David Evans’ hymn "Be Still For The…
As part of the BBC commemoration of the centenary of World War 1, Libera travelled to France and Belgium in May to film a special ‘Songs of Praise’ programme.
This is our live performance of Danny Boy from Armagh Cathedral Video Source: ▶ Danny Boy – YouTube Published on Mar 16, 2014 Libera Official Soloist: Isaac London
Be Still for the Presence of the Lord," sung by St. Philips Boys Choir, who went on to become Angel Voices who in turn became Libera. The soloist is Liam O’Kane. Enjoy :-). markfromireland
I’m in the mood for some of Libera’s singing how about you? Ralph Skan took the solo for ‘The Song of Life’ singing with his usual clarity and commitment. Video and text are both below the fold. Enjoy :-) markfromireland
I remember very clearly the first time I saw Cogniet’s "Massacre of the innocents". Cogniet’s paintings can be a bit mannerly but there’s nothing polite or bland about terror and Cogniet’s depiction of a terrified mother desperately trying to keep her child quiet lest they be discovered by Herod’s soldiers as they massacre all the…