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Ave Maria, mater Dei

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This lovely motet for men’s voices comes from the Eton Choirbook, one of the few music manuscripts to survive from the reign of King Henry VII. The piece is ascribed there to ‘Cornysh’, a name that could apply to any one of three musicians of that name. Widely thought to be by William Cornysh Junior, who died in 1523, this piece is more probably by his father, also William, who dies around 1502.

from notes by John Milsom 2013

Recordings

Cornysh: Stabat mater
CDGIM014Download only
Renaissance Radio
CDGIM2122CDs for the price of 1
The Tallis Scholars sing Tudor Church Music, Vol. 1
CDGIM209for the price of 1 — Download only

Details

Track 2 on CDGIM014 [3'10] Download only
Track 6 on CDGIM209 CD2 [3'10] for the price of 1 Download only
Track 10 on CDGIM212 CD2 [3'10] 2CDs for the price of 1

Track-specific metadata for CDGIM014 track 2

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ISRC
GB-ADM-88-00002
Duration
3'10
Recording date
Recording venue
Salle Church, Norfolk, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Steve C Smith & Peter Phillips
Recording engineer
Mike Clements
Hyperion usage
  1. Cornysh: Stabat mater (CDGIM014)
    Disc 1 Track 2
    Release date: March 1988
    Deletion date: March 2015
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