Ronald Corp

Conductor & Composer

Choral Music 3

Choral Music 3RONALD CORP


and other choral a cappella works:

Never weather-beaten Sail

Three Medieval Carols – Myn Lyking, The Virgin’s Cradle Hymn, Quem Pastores
Ave Maria
Ave verum

plus five anthems with organ:

The Pilgrim
Psalm 150
The Bells of Paradise
The Revival (The Lilies of His Love)
We Will Remember Them

Apsara choir
Edward Batting, organ
Ronald Corp, conductor

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Choral Music 3 1RONALD CORP

And All the Trumpets Sounded

Mark Stone, baritone
The London Chorus (with members of the Highgate Choral Society)
New London Children’s Choir
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Ronald Corp, conductor


The Shepherd’s Calendar – Choral Symphony for baritone, SATB chorus and orchestra (1975)

Roderick Williams, baritone
The London Chorus
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Ronald Corp, conductor


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‘…a moving, powerful piece in an impassioned performance.’

James A. Altena, Fanfare – July/August 2012

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Choral Music 3 2THE ICE MOUNTAIN

John Addison, narrator
Alexander Wells, piano

New London Children’s Choir
Members of the New London Orchestra
Ronald Corp, director

Duration: 54′ 52″

Naxos 8.572777

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Both CDs [Ice Mountain and Hurd Pop Cantatas] serve up delightful material in different ways.  Corp sets Emma Hill’s blank verse to a more modern and inventive kaleidoscope of styles hinting at Lloyd Webber, Bart’s Oliver!, Menotti and Orff’s Music for Children.  Corp’s recent children’s opera is the more demanding to perform… The well-drilled choir (aged 7-18) proves it can sing in different parts and deal with complex rhythms and unexpected word patterns…  Both are immensely accessible and at times irresistible and genuinely poignant….  Members of the New London Orchestra provide a sensitive and reliable backing to both discs.

Neil Patrick, Light Music Society Magazine, Issue 53, Autumn 2011