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Music for Compline
By Harmonia Mundi Fr.
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ean: 0093046741969,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 9 reviews
On its spectacular debut recording, the exciting young British vocal group stile antico presents a program of English Renaissance music associated with the office of Compline, the service that ends the monastic liturgical day. A who's-who of 16th-century British composers--including Thomas Tallis, William Byrd, and John Sheppard--is represented here by hymns, antiphons, responsories, motets, and psalms: the occasion not only for music of intimacy, elegance, and reflection, but for flights of bre

Tallis: Lamentations, Motets, String Music
By Harmonia Mundi Fr.
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ean: 0093046715427,

4.1 out of 5 stars with 56 reviews
Although most of these works have been recorded many times, this program offers a unique opportunity to hear, side by side, the diversity of Tallis's compositions for both the Anglican and Catholic service. Tallis served under four monarchs during his long career, and the music he wrote depended on the sympathies of the current ruler: Protestant (Henry and Edward), Catholic (Mary Tudor), and Protestant, though somewhat tolerant of Latin-texted music (Elizabeth I). Here are many of Tallis's most

Our Heart's Joy: A Chanticleer Christmas
By Chanticleer Records
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ean: 0723721060121,

4.6 out of 5 stars with 25 reviews
The all-male, all-professional, full-time choir Chanticleer has developed a phenomenal following during the past couple of decades, and this Christmas disc contains some of the group's best-loved repertoire. Topping the list is Chanticleer's most-requested concert piece, Franz Biebl's intensely moving ''Ave Maria,'' followed by Joseph Jenning's uninhibited, spirited ''Medley of Christmas Spirituals.'' Along the way, we hear a wide variety of sacred works, from the 15th century (''There Is No Ros

1492: Music from the Age of Discovery
By Angel Records
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mpn: CDC 7 54506 2, ean: 0077775450620,

4.4 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
1. Ayo visto lo mappamundi, 2. Viva el gran Re Don Fernando, 3. Una sanosa porfie, 4. Improvisations on Tres moricas m'enamoran Tres moricas m'enamoran, 5. B'tayhi-M'saddar, 6. Nunca fue pena mayor, 7. Ay santa Maria, 8. Virgen bendita sin par, 9. El Cervel, 10. La Alta [''La Spagna''], 12. Pase el agoa, ma Julieta, 13. Oy comamos y bebamos, 14. El paso del Mar Rojo, 15. iAh, el novio no quere dinero!, 16. Kyrie: Ayo visto lo mappamundo, 17. Ayo visto lo mappamundi, 18. Improvisations on Ayo vis

Eton Choirbook Collection
By Coro
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mpn: COR16040, ean: 0828021604027,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
''It wasn't until The Sixteen championed it that this sublime music found its way back into regular performances and the consciousness of the common listener.'' -- NEW YORK TIMES''Wonderful music, wonderfully performed ... sit back and let these glorious sounds fill your ears and lift your spirits.'' -- GRAMOPHONE AWARD (EARLY MUSIC) Miraculously, the Eton Choirbook survived Henry VIII's ransacking of the monasteries. Thanks to its survival, the sacred music of the English fifteenth-century is s

Sheppard: Missa Cantate
By Archiv Produktion
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ean: 0028945765822,

4.2 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
Missa Cantate and Verbum Caro, procession and Third Mass of Christmas according to the Sarum Rite. Paul McCreesh is getting lots of attention these days for his Bach and Handel, and rightly so. But it's worth remembering that he, along with Andrew Parrott, pioneered the ''liturgical reconstruction'' format--programs of sacred works in the musical context of the church services for which the works were written, with, for example, Gregorian chant and organ music interspersed between the movements

Cornysh: Latin Church Music / The Cardinall's Musick
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ean: 0074362501642,

4.9 out of 5 stars with 31 reviews
Few of Cornysh's works survive, so the selection here largely mirrors that on the Tallis Scholars' Cornysh record. Carwood and Skinner don't include the Stabat mater (which survives in its incomplete form and requires reconstruction), but they do include the only surviving Magnificats (both ca. 1500) by Edmund Turges and Henry Prentes. The Prentes, clearly modeled on Cornysh's setting (which it matches verse-for-verse in scoring), is a real find. Carwood's tempos are, as usual, slightly slower t

Tudor Church Music 1
By Mundi
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mpn: CDGIM209, ean: 0755138120921,

4.5 out of 5 stars with 15 reviews
Ĺ’uvres de John Browne, William Cornysh, John Taverner & Christopher Tye / The Tallis Scholars - Peter Phillips, direction

Rose of Swych Virtu
By Dorian Recordings
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ean: 0751758010420,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 27 reviews
There are many recordings whose theme is music for, about, or in praise of the Virgin Mary. This one does a far better job than most--from the outstanding musical selections to the excellent performances to the superb instrumental and vocal arrangements. The choice of tempos and the overall pacing are absolutely right, and the individual voices work well either solo or in ensemble. There's a huge variety of musical selections, from 10th-century Spain to 16th-century England--many are by anonymou

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mpn: 0685738182923, ean: 0685738182923,

4.7 out of 5 stars with 31 reviews
Colors of Love, Teldec's 1999 release featuring contemporary works performed by the popular male vocal ensemble Chanticleer, won a Grammy for Best Recording by a Small Ensemble. With Magnificat, the group returns to earlier centuries with a host of tributes to Maria. Eighth-century chant is following by Renaissance and Baroque works of masters from Italy, Spain, England, France, and Russia. Chanticleer's famous blend is displayed to maximum advantage on this disc, recorded in optimum conditions

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