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“The enthralling opening work is the coda from PittsJerusalem-Yerushalayim, a work still awaiting its premiere recording in full, and one which I hope someone will be prepared to take up. The received etymology of the name Jerusalem links it with the Semitic root s-l-m, peace, and that’s the spirit that breathes through this work...”   MusicWeb International

“...with Hyperion [TONUS PEREGRINUS] have embarked on a programme of recording works by Pitts himself, and Alpha and Omega is a companion album to Seven Letters. Embracing both large public works (the a cappella coda for an oratorio, Jerusalem-Yerushalayim commissioned for a concert hall in Israel) and intimate occasions..., all the pieces here confirm the composer’s command of the entire history of choral music...”   BBC Music Magazine

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photograph of Jerusalem by Ian Dingle ©; painting of Het Nieuwe Jeruzalem by Blandine van Noordt-Grauer ©