In chains of gold

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In chains of gold



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In chains of gold


Prelude in C

Laetentur coeli

Mass for five voices

Organ hymn on Clarifica me, Pater

Gaudeamus omnes

Justorum animae


O nata lux de lumine 5vv

Salvator mundi, salva nos 1 - antiphon for five voices

Organ hymn on Veni redemptor

O sacrum convivium

Dunedin Consort: Susan Hamilton (Soprano), Clare Wilkinson (Mezzo soprano), Ashley Turnell (Tenor), Warren Trevelyan-Jones (Tenor), Matthew Brook (Bass), John Kitchen (Organ)



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The Dunedin Consort is Scotland’s pre-eminent chamber vocal ensemble, founded in 1996 by Ben Parry and Susan Hamilton. This recording features William Byrd’s Mass for Five Voices, accompanied by motets and organ hymns by Byrd and by his teacher Thomas Tallis. The Dunedin Consort presents these works with one voice per part, creating an exceedingly clear vocal texture.

William Byrd: Prelude in C Major

Prelude in C Major

Thomas Tallis: O nata lux de lumine

O nata lux

William Byrd: Liber primus sacrarum cantionum (Cantiones sacrae)

Liber primus sacrarum cantionum (Cantiones sacrae): Laetentur coeli

Thomas Tallis: Salvator mundi

Salvator mundi

Thomas Tallis: Veni Redemptor gentium I

Veni Redemptor gentium I

Thomas Tallis: Veni Redemptor gentium II

Veni Redemptor gentium II

William Byrd: Mass a 5





Sursum corda



Pax Dominus

Agnus Dei

Ite missa est

William Byrd: Clarifica me, Pater (Musica Britannica, Vol. 28, No. 49)

Clarifica me, Pater

William Byrd: Gaudeamus omnes

Gaudeamus omnes

Thomas Tallis: O sacrum convivium (Live)

O sacrum convivium

William Byrd: Justorum animae

Justorum animae

The Scotsman

“The singers luxuriate in the glowing acoustics of Midlothian’s Crichton Collegiate Church, lending warmth to immaculate performances of Tallis’s restful evening motet, O nata lux, Byrd’s intricate five-part mass and much more, including breathy interludes from organist John Kitchen.”

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