#24: Short(ish) Notes on Judith Weir’s ‘Vertue’

Happy International Women’s Day! Today we’re looking at Judith Weir’s choral setting of George Herbert’s poem ‘Vertue’.

You can hear a performance of the piece here, sung by the Choir of King’s College Cambridge, conducted by Stephen Cleobury:

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The theme tune is ‘Dusty Rag’ by May Aufderheide. Performed by Joanna Goldstein for Centaur. This podcast is licensed by PRS for Music (www.prsformusic.com).

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