Weelkes: In Nomine in 4 parts

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I heard a Voice - The Music of the Golden Age

Catalogue No:

3944302

Release date:

8th Oct 2007

Barcode:

0094639443024

Length:

65 minutes

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I heard a Voice - The Music of the Golden Age

A stunning selection of anthems from the Tudor Times


Gibbons, O:

Hosanna to the son of David

O Lord, in thy wrath rebuke me not

This is the Record of John

John McMunn (tenor)

O clap your hands

In Nomine a 4

Tomkins:

O Praise the Lord, All Ye Heathen

When David Heard

6 -part Fantasy VdGS No.4

Rejoice, rejoice, and sing

O sing unto the Lord a new song

Weelkes:

Alleluia, I heard a voice

When David Heard

Most mighty and all-knowing Lord

Hosanna to the Son of David

In Nomine in 4 parts


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Thomas Weelkes: Alleluia, I heard a voice

Alleluia, I heard a voice

Thomas Weelkes: When David heard

When David heard

Thomas Weelkes: Most might & all-knowing Lord

Most might & all-knowing Lord

Thomas Weelkes: Hosanna to the Son of David.

Hosanna to the Son of David.

Thomas Weelkes: In nomine in 4 parts

In nomine in 4 parts

Orlando Gibbons: Hosanna to the Son of David

Hosanna to the Son of David

Orlando Gibbons: O Lord in thy wrath

O Lord in thy wrath

Orlando Gibbons: This is the record of John

This is the record of John

Orlando Gibbons: O clap your hands

O clap your hands

Orlando Gibbons: 4-part in Nomine

4-part in Nomine

Thomas Tomkins: O praise the Lord

O praise the Lord

Thomas Tomkins: When David heard.

When David heard.

Thomas Tomkins: 6-part fantasy

6-part fantasy

Thomas Tomkins: Rejoice, rejoice, and sing

Rejoice, rejoice, and sing

Thomas Tomkins: O sing unto the Lord

O sing unto the Lord

BBC Music Magazine

November 2007

***

“Fatigue seems to haunt this worthy performance. Stephen Cleobury's deliberate tempos tend to dissolve the impact of the text… - and impede any build-up towards cadential climaxes. Fretwork plays elegantly, but response to the text only listlessly.”

bbc.co.uk

Charlotte Gardner

16th October 2007

“[Fretwork's] presence is the real strength of this disc. Viol playing had been part of musical education since Henry VIII had engaged a viol consort in 1540, and the choristers at Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral would have all received lessons. So, this disc gives us a far better idea of the sound world of these three composers than is often offered on choral anthem collections.”

Gramophone Magazine

December 2007

“…the instrumental pieces… are expertly played by the viol consort Fretwork, which also accompanies the verse anthems. The famous choir sings with full-bodied tone and unfailing precision.”

The Times

“I would happily sit in King's College Chapel listening to this choir sing for the rest of my days.”

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