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Path of Miracles & Footsteps

Path of Miracles & Footsteps

Path of Miracles, for a cappella choir, by Joby Talbot was commissioned by Tenebrae and premiered in 2005. The work is based on the most enduring route of Catholic pilgrimage – the great Pilgrimage to Santiago. The four movements of Path of Miracles are titled with the names of the four main staging posts of the ‘Camino Frances’:

I Roncesvalles
II Burgos
III Leon
IV Santiago

To mark Tenebrae’s fifteenth-anniversary season in 2016-17, the choir has commissioned a new work by Owain Park, Footsteps, which allows choirs of all abilities to perform alongside Tenebrae. Tenebrae is delighted to be joined by the Fellows of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain for this recording. See more information here.

an evocative odyssey

The Times

Release Date: 21 April 2017

Record Label: Signum Classics

Catalogue Number: SIGCD471

Location of Recording: 8-11 July 2005 and 4 November 2016 at All Hallows Church, Gospel Oak, London

Total Running Time: 01:09:22

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Purchase Options

You have the option to either buy the physical CD, or download the full recording or individual tracks in a choice of formats. The prices listed below will update when you change the following format:

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# Title Composer Duration Price Listen Add to Cart
1FootstepsOwain Park16:56£ Listen
2RoncesvallesJoby Talbot17:23£ Listen
3BurgosJoby Talbot15:04£ Listen
4LeonJoby Talbot11:45£ Listen
5SantiagoJoby Talbot18:13£ Listen
# Title Composer Duration Price Listen Add to Cart

an evocative odyssey

The Times

Joby Talbot’s ambitious a cappella Path of Miracles is little short of a musical miracle in itself… It is a tour de force and absolutely stunning

Choir and Organ Magazine

It’s an interesting musical journey for composer, performers and listeners alike

Classic FM

…the splendid Tenebrae, whose beauty of sound is matched by clarity of diction.

The Gramophone Classical Music Guide

vibrant and incisive

International Record Review

Album of the Week, BBC Radio Scotland