The first foundation stone of Hobart's St David's Cathedral was laid two hundred years ago. To commemorate this auspicious event, celebrated film composer and orchestrator Ricky Edwards has written a breathtaking hymn for an augmented Cathedral Choir.
Two centuries of noble history deserves a rich tribute. Edwards' composition embraces the musical elements that have a place in that history: affiliated choirs, boy soprano and baritone soloists, organ bells and percussion.
Also featuring is Puccini's spectacular Sanctus e Benedictus for baritone and choir and Mystical Songs by Vaughan Williams for solo baritone and organ.
Honouring two hundred years of living faith, profound hope, love and sanctuary.