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Domine Jesu - Thomas Tallis, Orlando Gibbons, John Taverner, William Byrd, Eustache Du Caurroy, Phil

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  1. Blessed be thy name (Thomas Tallis) Caecilia (Anonymous) Candidi facti sunt (Thomas Tallis) Cantate Domino, S (Michel-Richard de Lalande) Christe Jesu, pastor bone (John Taverner) Christe qui lux es et dies (Georg Blanckenmüller) Christe qui lux es et dies .
  2. Eustache du Caurroy: Requiem des Rois de France, Psalmes, Pavane, Fantasie: Doulce Mémoire John Bull, William Byrd, Peter Philips 'Pescodd Time' Bertrand Cuiller Title: Performer: Media: Comment: Dorian Recordings ASIN:BQ John Dowland, Thomas Campion, Michael Cavendish, et al. Greensleeves - A Collection of.
  3. Find Edward Higginbottom credit information on AllMusic. Since Higginbottom became director of the Choir of New College, Oxford, in , it has grown in terms of where and what music it performs.
  4. Jan 04,  · Buy Renaissance Giants by Thomas Tallis, John Taverner, Josquin Desprez, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, William Byrd, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Peter Phillips, Tallis Scholars from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(3).
  5. Classical CD reviews posted every day. BUY NOW. Crotchet AmazonUK AmazonUS Superbudget. RENAISSANCE MASTERPIECES CD 1: TALLIS, GIBBONS, TOMKINS, TAVERNER and BYRD Thomas TALLIS (c - ): Magnificat and Nunc dimittis .
  6. William Byrd · Thomas Tallis CRD Byrd Lamentations · The Four-Part Mass Thomas Tallis Lamentations I & II · Audivi vocem de caelo. The Clerks of the Choir of New College, Oxford Directed by Edward Higginbottom. 1 CD. BUY from Nimbus Records. Choral masterpieces of the English Renaissance CRD CD 1 [CRD] John Taverner.
  7. A who’s-who of 16th-century British composers, including Thomas Tallis, William Byrd and John Sheppard, are represented here by hymns, antiphons, responsories, motets and psalms—the occasion not only for music of intimacy, elegance and reflection, but for flights of breathtaking canonic and contrapuntal invention and harmonic daring.

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