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Campanis cum cymbalis

Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, MS c: 60
author of text

The bi-textual motet Campanis cum cymbalis / Honoremus Dominam is constructed on a two-voice ostinato apparently inspired by the text to imitate the tolling of bells. The work is sung by multiple voices singing in octaves, given the relative simplicity of the harmony on such a limited pes, and the incorporation of bells into the performance echoes the use of instruments heard in Judith Weir’s All the ends of the earth.

from notes by Geoffrey Webber © 2006


All the ends of the earth
SIGCD070Download only


Track 17 on SIGCD070 [1'25] Download only

Track-specific metadata for SIGCD070 track 17

Recording date
1 September 2004
Recording venue
Ely Cathedral, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Thomas Hewitt Jones
Recording engineer
Edward Bainton & Hugh Conway
Hyperion usage
  1. All the ends of the earth (SIGCD070)
    Disc 1 Track 17
    Release date: January 2006
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