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Gabriel Jackson
freelance composer, likes clothes, RnB and Eastern Europe
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Eamonn Dougan Jan 19
Thank you for 3 great concerts in Denmark, incl European premiere of Am abend by . Today also allowed time to visit Hamlet’s castle and Buxtehude’s first church in Helsinør, before gig in converted dry dock at the Maritime museum!
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Gabriel Jackson Jan 19
DR VokalEnsemblet & Maestro on very fine form in this afternoon's concert in the rather dry but very cool auditorium of the Maritime Museum in Helsingør
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Gabriel Jackson Jan 18
DR VokalEnsemblet sounding beautiful yesterday in rehearsal under the expert European premiere of 'Am Abend' and other interesting things in Copenhagen tonight
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York Minster Choir Jan 10
Evensong 5.15pm : Rose responses, 11th eve psalmody, Truro Service (Gabriel Jackson ), O magnum mysterium (Poulenc).
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Gabriel Jackson Jan 10
Loved the playful yet mysterious Elmgreen and Dragset show at It ends Sunday, so...
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Gabriel Jackson Jan 8
Replying to @Crane1L
Not necessarily Now he's greatest album but the title track has to be Bowie's greatest single record, doesn't it?
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Cathedral Singers Jan 5
Saturday evensong tonight: the 'Truro' Service by and Howells' Christmastide classic, 'Here is the little door', written, according to Harold Darke, 'amid the bustle of preparing a Christmas dinner'.
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VasariSingers Jan 4
12 Days of Vasari Christmas: "The Christ-child" - a gentle, lilting and powerful carol by Gabriel Jackson setting words by G K Chesteron, and first performed at the famous "Nine Lessons & Carols" in 2009. Listen on Youtube:
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David Benedict Jan 2
I'm singing lush, lustrous a capella music with shimmering harmonies by living composers incl. Ēriks Ešenvalds Arvo Pärt Will Todd and, in his 60th birthday year, Sun 20 Jan | 4.30pm | FREE
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Gabriel Jackson Dec 14
Replying to @nypolyphony @dongreig1
Hmmm...Hall & Oates 'Maneater'? (Was Chaka Khan's 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered' a hit? Great version)
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Gabriel Jackson Dec 8
Beautifully hieratic Stravinsky Aldous Huxley Variations + Threni from Vladimir Jurowski & the (& chorus) tonight. awesome in a great Berio Sinfonia 2nd half
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Andrew Griffiths Dec 7
Christmas concert day with ! The rain will stop this afternoon... join us for glorious Tallis, plus Byrt, , , Howells, Rutter, Warlock, Maxwell Davies, McDowall, & ! 7.30pm at .
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Gabriel Jackson Dec 5
Plenty of music for Advent kicks off this disc from and inc. the title track (for & ) and Seven Advent Antiphons
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Huw Morgan Dec 4
Better late than never, finally been able to hear broadcast from - gee whizz what a great service, thrilling & immaculate singing, congratulations , a special performance! magic pieces from & Cecilia McDowall
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Gabriel Jackson Dec 4
All-Jackson Evensong at tonight inc. two pieces written for the (and all recorded by them on )
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Gabriel Jackson Dec 3
..though, given the subject matter, Recording of the Tear is not so inappropriate!
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Gabriel Jackson Dec 3
Indeed!
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Gabriel Jackson Dec 3
"...Gabriel Jackson’s eloquent and challenging Stabat Mater...The singing is flawless throughout...engineering is exemplary...an outstanding disc in every way." In Sorrow's Footsteps is a Recording of the Tear
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Gabriel Jackson Dec 2
Very fine new piece 'A Prayer to St John the Baptist' by Cecilia McDowall, beautifully sung by As was my own 'Vox clara ecce intonat'
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Andrew Nethsingha Dec 2
Our Advent Carol Service, led by , is on this afternoon at 3pm. Includes music by , Cecilia McDowall, Elizabeth Maconchy, Hugo Wolf, Telemann and many others!
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