This led me to a discovery: Robert Prizeman and the "Angel Voices" choir have collaborated in 1998 with Twila Paris on her album named 'Perennial'
It's surprising to discover such artistic collaboration so lately, the CD was released nearly 20 years ago.
Too bad that the discography page on the official site is not exhaustive.
I didn't know Twila Paris, apparently she is famous in the US, she is specialised in Contemporary Christian music.
She won numerous awards and her songs often reached top charts in their category.
(Her page on Wikipedia)
The three songs onto which Libera collaborated:
- 02. Father We Are Here
- 03. Come, thou fount of every blessing
- 10. My Lips Will Praise You
The 'Perennial' album can be listen fully and freely on Deezer : http://www.deezer.com/album/721937
You need to create an account to have the full songs. Hopefully there's no country restrictions.
Among the 3 songs, the one that allows to hear Libera the most is the n°2 "Father We Are Here"
We can also hear it on Youtube, a guy used the song to illustrate one of his video:
Libera is at 1'20''
The lyrics they sing :
Father we are here
We feel Your Spirit, bringing us nearer
Your face is suddenly clearer
Than all the world surrounding
On the two other songs, another group named the "Dale Warland Singers" is involved, so it's a bit more difficult to isolate the Libera parts.
The credits that allow to connect Robert Prizeman and the "Angel Voices" choir to this album can be seen on the Suffolk County, NY libraries site :
http://encore.suffolk.lib.ny.us/iii/enc ... _Rb2480056