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9 thoughts on “ Red Priest - Priest On The Run (CD)

  1. Having had the pleasure of seeing Red Priest twice; thoroughly enjoying Priest on the Run and Nightmare In Venice this is an excellent addition to the Red Priest repetoire. I'll be back to order again when this CD has worn out! If you haven't seen Red Priest live then you are missing out. I listen to this CD and imagine them live. What a pleasure/5(6).
  2. "The program of Priest on the Run, according to Adams’s note, is built around a decisive moment in the life of Antonio Vivaldi, the “red priest” himself. A few years before his death we find Vivaldi being forced to flee from Venice and, in his desperation, weighing up the musical possibilities of several destinations.
  3. So begins Red Priest’s journey into the enthralling world of the Gypsy musicians of the 17th and 18th centuries. This brand new CD from the world famous quartet explores traditional Eastern European music from the era alongside Gypsy-inspired works by Telemann, Biber, Byrd and others, and extraordinary re-workings of Vivaldi and Handel.
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  5. Priest On The Run. Red Priest: RP Buy CD online. Red Priest: Piers Adams (recorders), Julia Bishop (violin), Julian Rhodes (harpsichord), Angela East (cello).
  6. Red Priest’s debut CD immediately established the ensemble as one of the most exciting early music groups in the world, and set the course for the stellar career which was to follow.  No holds were barred in their interpretation of music by Vivaldi, Telemann, Castello, Purcell and others.
  7. Red Priest is a British Baroque instrumental group that was formed in , originally with eleven members. Currently it is composed of four performers: Piers Adams – recorder, Adam Summerhayes – violin, Angela East – cello and David Wright – harpsichord. The group is named after the red-haired Italian priest and Baroque composer, Antonio Vivaldi.
  8. Red Priest's Priest on the Run is its first album, as released in on Dorian Records and featuring harpsichordist Julian Rhodes, who tragically succumbed to cancer at age 36 in
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