From 1957 to 1974 Sir David Wilcock's held the post for which he is probably best known, Director of Music at King's College, Cambridge. He made numerous recordings with the college choir, of which the Faure Requiem is probably the most admired and toured extensively with the choir, giving concerts worldwide, as well as garnering further acclaim internationally through television and radio appearances. Interestingly, the Faure Requiem was not recorded in King's College Chapel but the more manageable acoustic of Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge, on 10 December 1967. Produced by Christopher Bishop and Engineered by Neville Boyling. 180 gram audiophile vinyl cut from the original analogue EMI master tapes at Abbey Road Studios.
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