Cadfael [Original Television Soundtrack]

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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
Cadfael, the 12th century British monk created by novelist Ellis Peters and later brought to life by actor Derek Jacobi in the PBS series Mystery! is the inspiration behind composer Colin Towns' score, which also features chants performed by the Clerkes of St. Albans Abbey
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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
Cadfael, the 12th century British monk created by novelist Ellis Peters and later brought to life by actor Derek Jacobi in the PBS series Mystery! is the inspiration behind composer Colin Towns' score, which also features chants performed by the Clerkes of St. Albans Abbey
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/14/1997
  • Label: Angel Records
  • UPC: 724383708628
  • Catalog Number: 37086

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Colin Towns Primary Artist, Conductor
Barry Rose Choir Master
Olive Simpson Soprano (Vocal), Soloist
Lucie Skeaping Vielle
Rod Skeaping Vielle, Rebec
Michael Taylor Percussion, Recorder
Robin Jeffrey Lute
Philip Pickett Recorder, Recorder
Stephen Henderson Percussion
Tom Finucane Lute
Pavlo Beznosiuk Vielle, Rebec
Michael-Anthony Taylor Percussion, Recorder
James Bowman Alto (Vocal)
Christopher Robson Counter Tenor (Vocal), Soloist
Keith Thompson Recorder
The Clerkes of St. Albans Abbey Choir, Chorus
Michael Gregory Percussion
Roderick Skeaping Vielle, Rebec
Technical Credits
Colin Towns Arranger, Composer, Producer, Contributor, Liner Notes, Instrumentation, Sound Design
John Bradbury Orchestra Leader
Dave Hunt Engineer
Barry Rose Director, Liner Notes
Rolf Wilson Orchestra Leader
David Hunt Engineer
Anonymous Composer Composer
Olav Wyper Executive Producer
Stephen Smallwood Producer, Liner Notes
Jean Tisserand Text
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