Karl Jenkins: The Armed Man - A Mass for Peace

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/10/2005
  • Label: Warner Classics
  • UPC: 724381101520
  • Catalog Number: 11015
  • Sales rank: 4,776


Disc 1
  1. 1 The Armed Man (6:25)
  2. 2 The Call To Prayers (Adhaan) (Traditional) (2:04)
  3. 3 Kyrie (8:12)
  4. 4 Save Me From Bloody Men (1:42)
  5. 5 Sanctus (7:00)
  6. 6 Hymn Before Action (2:38)
  7. 7 Charge! (7:26)
  8. 8 Angry Flames (4:44)
  9. 9 Torches (2:58)
  10. 10 Agnus Dei (3:39)
  11. 11 Now The Guns Have Stopped (3:25)
  12. 12 Benedictus (7:36)
  13. 13 Better Is Peace (9:20)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Karl Jenkins Primary Artist, Conductor
Carl Smith Tenor (Vocal)
Robert Hardy Alto (Vocal)
Dave Hassell Percussion
Andrew King Tenor (Vocal)
Adrian Levine Leader
London Philharmonic Orchestra Performing Ensemble, Track Performer
Tom Lowe Bass (Vocal)
Alisa Murray Soprano (Vocal)
Robbie O'Connell Bass (Vocal)
Julianne Regan Soprano (Vocal)
Mark Richardson Tenor (Vocal)
Paul Watkins Cello
Annie Holland Alto (Vocal)
Jody Barratt Jenkins Percussion
Wynne Evans Tenor (Vocal)
Jon Bryan Bass (Vocal)
Nathan Y. Jarvis Bass (Vocal)
Tom Armstrong Bass (Vocal)
Matthew Hill Bass (Vocal)
James Simpson Bass (Vocal)
Jessica Wright Alto (Vocal)
Neil Percy Percussion
Jamy Holliday Bass (Vocal)
Ben Weaver Bass (Vocal)
Kevin Kyle Tenor (Vocal)
Mike "V.G." Reynolds Bass (Vocal)
Lashanta Burgess Alto (Vocal)
Timlin Murray Bass (Vocal)
Steve Acton Bass (Vocal)
Mark Anyan Tenor (Vocal)
Natalie Ashton Soprano (Vocal)
Davina Bailey Soprano (Vocal)
Emily Beahan Soprano (Vocal)
Susannah Bell Soprano (Vocal)
Maxim Bendall Tenor (Vocal)
Paul Beniston Trumpet
Lucy Bland Soprano (Vocal)
Leonora Dawson Bowling Alto (Vocal)
Jonathan Bowman Bass (Vocal)
Bernice Brenninkmeyer Alto (Vocal)
Claire Buckley Soprano (Vocal)
Rebecca Clark Soprano (Vocal)
Anne Marie Cullum Soprano (Vocal)
Louise Cunningham Soprano (Vocal)
Seán Curran Tenor (Vocal)
James Davey Bass (Vocal)
John Davies Bass (Vocal)
Penny Dell Soprano (Vocal)
Sarah Denbee Soprano (Vocal)
Maddy DuMont Soprano (Vocal)
Alan Easton Bass (Vocal)
Julian Forbes Tenor (Vocal)
Rachel Foulds Alto (Vocal)
Sarah Fuggle Soprano (Vocal)
Ross Furmedge Bass (Vocal)
Mohammed Gad Soloist
Mark Galtrey Bass (Vocal)
Silvia Garnsey Soprano (Vocal)
Luke Gasper Bass (Vocal)
Jessica Gilbert Harris Alto (Vocal)
Samantha Goodall Soprano (Vocal)
Edward Grint Bass (Vocal)
Tristan Hambleton Treble, Soloist
Eleanor Hamilton Soprano (Vocal)
Michael Hartley Bass (Vocal)
Alice Hellard Alto (Vocal)
Michelle Hepworth Alto (Vocal)
Rachel Howells Soprano (Vocal)
Tom Johnson Tenor (Vocal)
Rea Lawrenson Soprano (Vocal)
Guy Johnston Cello, Soloist
Henry Kerswell Bass (Vocal)
Helen Lloyd Soprano (Vocal)
James Mansell Bass (Vocal)
Laura Mardel Soprano (Vocal)
Jessica McClymont Soprano (Vocal)
Nicholas Merryweather Bass (Vocal), Baritone (Vocal), Soloist
Rachel Mitchem Alto (Vocal)
Gareth Moss Tenor (Vocal)
Andrew Davies Bass (Vocal)
Tasanee Smith Soprano (Vocal)
National Youth Choir of Great Britain Choir, Chorus, Track Performer
Ruth Nixon Alto (Vocal)
Elizabeth Nunns Soprano (Vocal)
Susie Parkes Soprano (Vocal), Soloist
Alexandra Parr Soprano (Vocal)
Ellie Pater Alto (Vocal)
Dominic Peckham Tenor (Vocal)
Sarah Pett Soprano (Vocal)
Alexander Pidgen Tenor (Vocal)
Eleanor Pomfret Soprano (Vocal)
Benjamin Reid Bass (Vocal)
Lucilla Russell Alto (Vocal)
Philip Shakesby Bass (Vocal), Soloist
Lisa Spurgeon Soprano (Vocal)
Victoria Stanyon Soprano (Vocal)
Jodie Surendran Alto (Vocal)
Chiin Rui Tan Alto (Vocal)
Ben Thapa Tenor (Vocal)
Helena Thomas Alto (Vocal)
Helen Tweedy Soprano (Vocal)
Susannah Vango Soprano (Vocal)
Rebecca Vince Alto (Vocal)
Damian Ward Tenor (Vocal)
Kitty Whately Soprano (Vocal)
Elizabeth Witts Soprano (Vocal), Soloist
Lara Wolinski Soprano (Vocal)
Alice Wratten Soprano (Vocal)
Jody K. Jenkins Percussion
Guy Johnson Cello, Soloist
Mark Anderson Bass (Vocal)
Rachel Lloyd Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal), Alto (Vocal), Soloist
Mike Brewer Conductor
Simon Fowler Tenor (Vocal)
Elizabeth Watts Soprano (Vocal)
Technical Credits
Jonathan Swift Text
Karl Jenkins Composer, Producer, Liner Notes
Dick Lewzey Engineer
Rudyard Kipling Composer, Text
Alfred Lord Tennyson Composer, Text
Traditional Composer
Helen Connolly Executive Producer
Paul Beniston Principal
Limo Hearn Mastering, Master Chorister
Richard H. Minnear translation
Duncan Riddell Orchestra Leader
Jonathan Swift Composer
Guy Wilson Liner Notes, Text
Togi Sankichi Text
Thomas Maloy Text
John Dryden Text
Richard H. Minneat Text Translation
Mike Brewer Musical Director
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Carnegie Hall, NYC, June 13, 2005

    This composition is absolutely amazing. The American premier of this work (selected portions) was performed at Carnegie Hall on June 13, 2005 by a mass choir representing regional choirs from Arkansas, California, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and Canada--even a fabulous children's chorus from Houston. You must hear this composition--it will stir your soul!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    Who would have thought Karl Jenkins could produce something like this. This is not to be missed or taken lightly, especialy the charge.

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