Pachelbel's Vespers

Lucie Skeaping discovers that there is a lot more to Pachelbel than his famous Canon when she talks to the director of the ensemble Charivari Agreable, Kah-Ming Ng, about their recent collaboration with the King's Singers in a recording of Pachelbel's Vespers.

About three centuries after they had been written, Kah-Ming Ng resurrected the manuscripts of these Vesper movements that had been lying forgotten in the Bodleian Library in Oxford.

During the programme he talks to Lucie about the style of Pachelbel's vocal music, and how these Vespers came to be written, and they play a selection of music from this recording.

Lucie Skeaping explores Pachelbel's Vespers with Kah-Ming Ng and Charivari Agreable.

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Lucie Skeaping discovers that there is a lot more to Pachelbel than his famous Canon when she talks to the director of the ensemble Charivari Agreable, Kah-Ming Ng, about their recent collaboration with the King's Singers in a recording of Pachelbel's Vespers.

About three centuries after they had been written, Kah-Ming Ng resurrected the manuscripts of these Vesper movements that had been lying forgotten in the Bodleian Library in Oxford.

During the programme he talks to Lucie about the style of Pachelbel's vocal music, and how these Vespers came to be written, and they play a selection of music from this recording.

Lucie Skeaping explores Pachelbel's Vespers with Kah-Ming Ng and Charivari Agreable.