Mundy, W: Adolescentulus sum ego

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The Tudors At Prayer: Magnificat

The Tudors At Prayer: Magnificat


Byrd:

Tribue, Domine

Mundy, W:

Vox Patris caelestis

Adhaesit pavimento

Adolescentulus sum ego

Tallis:

Suscipe quaeso Domine

Tavener:

Quemadmodum desiderat cervus

White, Robert:

Tota pulchra es

Domine, quis habitabit III


Magnificat, Philip Cave

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.

“Cave creates some revelatory readings...For clarity, nuance and intimacy, Magnificat's 18 vocalists are unmatched. They sustain lines of eye-popping length, delicately articulating imitative points without compromising blend, and offering a timbral mix which ranges from pure-toned treble to rumbling bass.” BBC Music Magazine, August 2014 *****

“The singers of Magnificat are acutely responsive to [Mundy's] architecture.” Sunday Times, 25th May 2014

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Linn - CKD447

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The Voice of the Turtle Dove

The Voice of the Turtle Dove


Davy, R:

Ah, mine heart, remember thee well

O Domine caeli terraeque creator

Mundy, W:

Vox Patris caelestis

Adolescentulus sum ego

Sheppard, J:

Libera nos 1 & II

In manus tuas I

In manus tuas III

Gaude gaude gaude Maria


In 2014 The Sixteen returns to its grass roots for the repertoire of the 14th Choral Pilgrimage tour as it revisits the golden age of Renaissance polyphony in England. In this new programme The Sixteen presents a stunning selection of music by John Sheppard, Richard Davy and William Mundy including Sheppard’s magnificent Gaude, gaude, gaude Maria, and gem of the Tudor period Libera nos; Davy’s monumental O Domine caeli terraeque creator which was written in one day at Magdalen College, Oxford; and Mundy’s great antiphon Vox patris caelestis.

“the soloists do well by [Davy's] Ah, mine heart, and Mundy's Vox patris caelestis, engagingly fleet of foot, belies its length and concludes the disc very satisfyingly.” Gramophone Magazine, April 2014

“The artistry of The Sixteen makes this disc worthwhile. More satisfying, however, would be if the group would re-engage with under- or never-recorded Tudor masterpieces, rather than with its own earlier performances.” BBC Music Magazine, May 2014 ****

“these performances have about them an aura of musical supremacy, which, coupled with the choir's technical magnifience and the recording's sumptuous sound, makes this an outstanding disc, even by the phenomenally high standards The Sixteen has long since made its own.” International Record Review, May 2014

Coro - COR16119

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$16.00

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Live in Oxford

Live in Oxford


Byrd:

Tribue, Domine

Despres:

Gaude Virgo, Mater Christi

Absalon Fili Mi

Mundy, W:

Adolescentulus sum ego

Vox Patris caelestis

Obrecht:

Salve Regina

Tallis:

O sacrum convivium

Taverner:

Gaude plurimum


... enthralling - a glorious testimony to a golden age of music
BBC Music Magazine

Gimell - CDGIM998

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$16.00

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Mundy, W: O Lord, the maker of all things, etc.

Mundy, W:

O Lord, the maker of all things

The secret sins

Nunc dimittis

Magnificat

O Lord, the world's Saviour

Kyrie ‘Orbis factor’

Vox patris caelestis

Ah, helpless wretch

Sive vigilem

Videte miraculum

Beatus et sanctus

Adolescentulus sum ego


Helios - CDH55086

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$8.75

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The Golden Age of English Polyphony

The Golden Age of English Polyphony


Fayrfax:

Aeternae Laudis Lilium

Missa Albanus

Mundy, W:

O Lord, the maker of all things

Videte miraculum

Sive vigilem

Ah, helpless wretch

Vox Patris caelestis

Kyrie ‘Orbis factor’

O Lord, the world's Saviour

Magnificat

Nunc dimittis

The secret sins

Beatus et sanctus

Adolescentulus sum ego

Sheppard, J:

Cantate Mass

Salvator mundi Domine

Verbum caro factum est

Laudem dicite Deo

Reges Tharsis et insulae

In manus tuas I

Filiae Hierusalem venite

In pace in idipsum

Paschal Kyrie

Jesu salvator saeculi, verbum

Mass 'The Western Wynde'

The Second Service

Te Deum laudamus

Spiritus sanctus I

Justi in perpetuum vivent

Libera nos 1 & II

Audivi vocem de caelo

Deus tuorum militum I

Ave maris stella

Jesu salvator saeculi, redemptis

Spiritus Sanctus procedens II

Beata nobis gaudia

In manus tuas II

Gaude gaude gaude Maria

Haec dies quam fecit Dominus

Impetum fecerunt unanimes

Dum transisset Sabbatum I

Sancte Dei pretiose

Sacris solemniis

Hostes Herodes impie

Dum transisset Sabbatum II

In manus tuas III

Aeterne Rex altissime

Taverner:

Archangeli Michaelis Interventione

Kyrie 'Le Roy'

Missa O Michael

Dum transisset Sabbatum I

Gaude plurimum

Ex eius tumba

Missa Corona Spinea

In pace, in idipsum

O splendor gloriae

Te Deum

Alleluia. Veni, electa mea

Missa Gloria tibi Trinitas

In nomine a 4

Audivi vocem de coelo

Dum transisset Sabbatum II

Hodie nobis caelorum rex

Mater Christi Sanctissima

Magnificat a 4 - Nesciens mater

Quemadmodum a 6

Missa Mater Christi sanctissima

Mass 'The Western Wynde'

O Wilhelme, pastor bone

Missa Sancti Wilhelmi 'Small Devotion Mass'


When The Sixteen embarked upon their recording career back in 1982, few would have been able to predict quite how successful they would become, or how far they would go towards rehabilitating the little-known and barely recorded music of these four master composers of the sixteenth century.

In this their 30th anniversary year, we join them in celebrating a Golden Age of Polyphony, and of music-making, by presenting their twelve discs of this repertoire in an attractively packaged (and priced) 10-CD remastered set.

“English choral music at its finest.” The Observer, 29th November 2009

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Hyperion - CDS44401/10

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