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The Choir of Leeds Minster

The Choir of Leeds Minster

The Choir of Leeds Minster

Alexander Woodrow - conductor
David Houlder - organ 
Christopher Trenholme - tenor
Quentin Brown - bass-baritone

Maunder - Olivet to Calvary

Composed by J H Maunder in 1904, Olivet to Calvary has become a popular ‘alternative’ to Stainer’s earlier Crucifixion, being similarly scored for organ, church choir, and tenor and bass soloists. As Philip Tolley writes, it is “a fine example of music written for the late Victorian/early Edwardian Anglican church... [containing] a sincerity and dedication which... has carried the piece through to the modern era.”


Free admission, no ticket required

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