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|Byrd: Playing Elizabeth's Tune|
Peter Phillips directs The Tallis Scholars in sacred music by William Byrd, recorded while filming for the BBC in Tewkesbury Abbey.» More
|English Poets, Russian Romances|
'Russian composers have set many English poems to music, and here we have some of the best' (Classic FM Magazine)
'Even more impressive than their two previous collections … a CD that merits a very strong recommendation' (Fanfare, USA)» More
|Gombert: Magnificats Nos 1-4|
This is the first of two albums dedicated to Nicolas Gombert's 'swansong' and his most substantial masterpiece, the set of eight Magnificats, one on each of the eight Tones.» More
|Gombert: Magnificats Nos 5-8|
This is the second of two albums dedicated to Nicolas Gombert's 'swansong' and his most substantial masterpiece, the set of eight Magnificats, one on each of the eight Tones.» More
|Guerrero: Missa Surge propera|
Known in his lifetime as 'El cantor de Maria', Guerrero was second only to Victoria in Spanish renaissance music. His Marian motets are celebrated as some of the most beautiful compositions of the period: we include five of the best, including Ave ...» More
|McCabe: String Quartets Nos 3, 4 & 5|
'A magnificent 60th-birthday offering to a fine composer … music of enormous integrity and genuine staying power from an underrated British maste ...» More
|Ockeghem: Missa Au travail suis & Missa De plus en plus|
Specially recorded by The Tallis Scholars to celebrate the music of Johannes Ockeghem in the year of his 500th Anniversary. Ockeghem died on 6 February 1497.» More
|Rore: Missa Praeter rerum seriem|
In 1994 this CD won both the Gramophone Early Music Award and the Gramophone/Classic FM People's Choice Award. Hitherto known chiefly for his madrigals, this was the first recording to feature an extensive selection of sacred music by the Franco-F ...» More
|Tallis: Lamentations of Jeremiah|
The music in this third Gimell anthology dedicated to Tallis comes from both early and late in his career. Separated by perhaps forty years it is hard to believe they were all written by the same man.» More
|Victoria: Missa Gaudeamus & other works|
A new recording from Westminster Cathedral features the gentlemen of the choir in a fascinating programme which brings to life the musical and liturgical traditions of this foundation. This recording by the lay clerks of Westminster Cathedral pres ...» More