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Little, Jonathan D.; Striggio, Alessandro; Tallis, Thomas; Hanson, Robert; Cooke, Mervyn (2006)
Publisher: Dilute Recordings
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: M1, MT40-67
The Thomas Tallis Society presents "Thomas Tallis 500th Anniversary Celebration Concert (1505-2005)" [COMPACT DISC]. Performed at St. Alfege Church, Greenwich, London. Conducted by Philip Simms; organ: Stephen Dagg.\ud Live Recording at the [former] Royal Peculiar Church of St. Alfege, Greenwich - burial place of Thomas Tallis, "The Father of English Cathedral Music", and featuring four 40-part motets.\ud i. Kyrie, Op.5 ("Missa Temporis Perditi") - Jonathan Little (b.1965) in 21 parts (5:21) [WORLD PREMIERE RECORDING]\ud ii. Ecce Beatam Lucem - Alessandro Striggio, Sr (1535-1592) in 40 parts (8:33)\ud iii. Spem in Alium - Thomas Tallis (1505-1585) in 40 parts (10:47)\ud iv. And There Shall Be No Night There - Robert Hanson (b.1948) in 40 parts (14:01)\ud v. Deus, Deus Meus - Mervyn Cooke (b.1963) in 40 parts (14:01)\ud Total running time: 51:51\ud \ud Recording Engineer: Adi Winman\ud Recording Producer: Adi Winman\ud Executive Producer: Jonathan Little
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