The Tudors At Prayer – Phillip Cave, Magnificat (2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

The Tudors At Prayer – Phillip Cave, Magnificat (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | 1 CD | Digital Booklet | 1.49 GB
Genre: Classical | Official Digital Download – Source: Linn Records

Continuing its exploration of Tudor Latin sacred music, ‘The Tudors At Prayer’ sees Magnificat perform music by Taverner, Tallis, Mundy, White and Byrd. The highlight is Mundy’s towering Vox Patris caelestis; immensely vivid and colourful this is a powerful performance to challenge any that has gone before. Equally enthralling as Magnificat’s critically acclaimed Spem in alium, but with even richer textures, Vox Patris caelestis perfectly demonstrates Magnificat’s heaven-sent sound.

Byrd’s heartfelt setting of Tribue, Domine plus a premiere recording of White’s Tota pulchra es, and his sublime psalm setting Domine, quis habitabit are further stand-out moments.

The Tudors At Prayer’ provides further evidence of the extraordinary richness of this centuries old repertoire.
Magnificat is one of the world’s premier vocal ensembles whose recordings have met with huge critical acclaim: Spem in alium was hailed as ‘quite the best performance of Tallis’s 40-part Spem in alium that I have heard’ by Gramophone and was ‘First Choice’ in Building A Library on BBC Radio 3’s CD Review. In addition Victoria’s Officium Defunctorum was named ‘Critics’ Choice’ by Gramophone and chosen by The Rough Guide as one of its ‘100 Essential Classical CDs’.
Directed by Philip Cave, Magnificat specialises in the restoration and performance of neglected choral masterpieces of the 16th and 17th centuries.
In association with Linn Records, Magnificat has undertaken many highly successful recording projects of music from ‘The Golden Age’, including works by Gesualdo, Guerrero, des Prez, Rebelo, Victoria, Allegri, Tallis and Da Palestrina, as well as Latin sacred music by Robert Parsons, Robert White and William Byrd and two recordings to commemorate the 450th anniversary of composer Philippe Rogier.
Composer: William Mundy, Robert White, John Taverner, Thomas Tallis, …
Conductor: Philip Cave

Tracklisting:
1. Vox Patris Caelestis, for 6 voices by William Mundy
Conductor: Philip Cave
Period: Renaissance
Venue: St. George’s Chesterton, Cambridge, UK
Length: 21 Minutes 40 Secs.
2. Adhaesit pavimento by William Mundy
Conductor: Philip Cave
Period: Renaissance
Venue: St. George’s Chesterton, Cambridge, UK
Length: 7 Minutes 23 Secs.
3. Tota pulchra es by Robert White
Conductor: Philip Cave
Period: Renaissance
Venue: St. George’s Chesterton, Cambridge, UK
Length: 6 Minutes 48 Secs.
4. Quemadmodum, for 6 parts, perhaps for viols by John Taverner
Conductor: Philip Cave
Period: Renaissance
Venue: St. George’s Chesterton, Cambridge, UK
Length: 6 Minutes 33 Secs.
5. Adolescentulus Sum Ego, for 6 voices by William Mundy
Conductor: Philip Cave
Period: Renaissance
Venue: St. George’s Chesterton, Cambridge, UK
Length: 5 Minutes 52 Secs.
6. Domine, quis habitabit by Robert White
Conductor: Philip Cave
Period: Renaissance
Written: 16th Century; England
Venue: St. George’s Chesterton, Cambridge, UK
Length: 8 Minutes 38 Secs.
7. Suscipe quaeso by Thomas Tallis
Conductor: Philip Cave
Period: Renaissance
Written: after 1559; England
Venue: St. George’s Chesterton, Cambridge, UK
Length: 9 Minutes 34 Secs.
8. Tribue Domine by William Byrd
Conductor: Philip Cave
Period: Renaissance
Written: by 1575; England
Venue: St. George’s Chesterton, Cambridge, UK
Length: 13 Minutes 8 Secs.

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