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Byrd, Taverner - Sir David Willcocks - 2CD

Masses and Motets

  • CD 1
  • William Byrd,
  • Mass Text, lyricist(s)
  • Mass a 3
  • 1. Kyrie - Gloria 05:54 , >>> MP3 <<<
  • 2. Credo 08:20 , >>> MP3 <<<
  • 3. Sanctus - Benedictus 03:22 , >>> MP3 <<<
  • 4. Agnus Dei 03:41 >>> MP3 <<<
  • Mass a 4
  • 5. Kyrie 02:32
  • 6. Gloria 06:27
  • 7. Credo 08:28
  • 8. Sanctus - Benedictus 04:33
  • 9. Agnus Dei 04:12
  • Mass a 5
  • 10. Kyrie 01:48
  • 11. Gloria 05:30
  • 12. Credo 10:27
  • 13. Sanctus - Benedictus 04:18
  • 14. Agnus Dei 04:18
  • CD 2
  • William Byrd,
  • The Great Service (excerpts)
  • 1. Magnificat 09:56
  • 2. Nunc dimittis 04:21
  • William Byrd,
  • Pope Innocent VI, lyricist(s)
  • 3. Ave verum corpus 04:27
  • John Taverner,
  • Mass Text, lyricist(s)
  • 4. Kyrie, "Leroy" 03:32
  • Mass, "The Western Wind"
  • 5. Gloria 06:43
  • 6. Credo 06:39
  • 7. Sanctus 04:46
  • 8. Benedictus 02:37
  • 9. Agnus Dei 07:34
  • John Taverner,
  • Bible - New Testament, lyricist(s)
  • 10. Dum transisset sabbatum I 07:40
  • John Taverner,
  • 11. Christe Jesu, pastor bone 03:04
  • 12. Mater Christi 07:42
  • Łączny czas: 02:22:51
  • Choir of King’s College, Cambridge
  • Sir David Willcocks
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2 CD:

Nr kat.: 8802020
Label  : Newton Classics

John Taverner (1490-1545) and William Byrd (1540-1623), born a generation apart, both hailed from Lincolnshire, worked in turbulent times and left a collection of choral works that ranks with that of Thomas Tallis as some of the finest of its age, or indeed any other. These CDs contain the three masses Byrd composed for three, four and five voices, and Taverner’s great Mass of the Western Wind. (Newton Classics) These CDs contain the three masses Byrd composed for 3, 4 and 5 voices, and Taverner’s great Mass of the Western Wind. “the interpretations are terrific, especially of Byrd's Mass a 4, and Taverner's Western Wind.” (BBC Music Magazine, February 2011) ‘…all the works on this disc are great music presented with all the finesse for which the King’s choir is famous’ Gramophone, October 1962 (Taverner) ‘The performance of the Mass is a beautiful example of the sensitive and deeply musical singing that we have come to expect from King’s College Choir. There is admirable definition in the individual parts, and an overall blend of tone that comes more from perfect internal matching of tone-colour… This is spiritual refreshment indeed’. Gramophone, June 1960 (Byrd Mass for 5 voices)