18 Songs, 1 Hour, 3 Minutes

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3:07
3:45
2:18
3:32
4:57
2:49
2:26
4:12
6:21
2:30
3:36
5:37
3:15
4:39
3:24
1:42
3:18
1:55

About Andrew Nethsingha

Andrew Nethsingha is a British conductor, choral director, and organist. He began his music education as a chorister at Exeter Cathedral, where he sang for his father, choir director and organist Lucian Nethsingha. He attended the Royal College of Music and St. John's College, Cambridge, and studied on organ scholarships with Christopher Robinson and George Guest. After serving as assistant organist at Wells Cathedral, Nethsingha spent eight years as master of the choristers and organist at Truro Cathedral. Following David Briggs at Gloucester Cathedral, he became artistic director of the Gloucester Three Choirs Festival and conducted the Gloucester Choral Society. He has conducted choirs and orchestras in the United Kingdom, notably the Philharmonia in performances of Britten's War Requiem, Mahler's Symphony No. 8, and Elgar's The Kingdom, as well as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Gershwin's An American in Paris and Elgar's Sea Pictures. His career has taken him from Europe to North America, South Africa, and China, where he conducted Handel's Messiah. Nethsingha is the director of music at St. John's College, Cambridge, where he has conducted a Bach cantata series each term. With Margaret Faultless, he has founded a period ensemble, the St. John's Sinfonia. He has recorded for Chandos.

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