78. A Modern masterpiece for choir: MacMillan Miserere

Punchy, gut-churning and wow-inducing: Miserere by Scottish composer James MacMillan reflects deep religious faith and 1000 years of church music tradition, with music to move all of us, regardless of belief. (Listening time 16 mins: podcast 4′, music 12′)

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