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from notes by Andrew Carwood © 2016
extrait des notes rédigées par Andrew Carwood © 2016
Français: Marie-Stella Pâris
aus dem Begleittext von Andrew Carwood © 2016
Deutsch: Viola Scheffel
Peter Phillips © 1994
Italiano: Bruno Meini
|Sacred Music in the Renaissance, Vol. 1|
The first of three volumes featuring The Tallis Scholars' finest recordings, one for each decade, and each offering over five hours of the award-winning performances that helped establish Renaissance Polyphony as one of the great repertoires of we ...» More
|Tallis: Lamentations & other sacred music|
These most redolent of Tudor choral masterpieces here receive worthy performances of surpassing beauty.» More
|Tallis: Spem in alium|
This is the original release of The Tallis Scholars' acclaimed recording of Tallis's monumental 40-part motet Spem in alium; it remains one of their best-selling albums and was featured in the BBC Radio 4 programme Soul Music.» More
|Tallis: The Complete Works, Vol. 2|
The present album perfectly illustrates developments from the 1540s. The Reformation began to take hold and the style of music required from composers such as Tallis altered radically. The large-scale melismatic votive antiphons were no longer req ...» More
|Tallis: The Tallis Scholars sing Thomas Tallis|
Including Spem in alium as featured in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'. The author, E L James, said: 'I am delighted to have introduced so many of my readers to this amazing 16th-century piece of music, it is absolutely wonderful and the recording from The ...» More
|Tallis: The Votive Antiphons|
Highlights from Hyperion’s series of Tallis recordings by Andrew Carwood and The Cardinall’s Musick.» More