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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
|Tallis: The Complete Works, Vol. 7|
The present album is the seventh volume of a celebrated nine-disc series, presenting the Complete Works of Thomas Tallis (1505-1585). It presents Tallis’s Elizabethan Latin motets composed after the years of Reformation (and Elizabeth’s protestant ...» More
|Libera nos - The Cry of the Oppressed|
Choir Contrapunctus, directed by Owen Rees, explores the musical ‘cries of the oppressed’ from opposite ends of Europe. Their powerful performances includes musical treasures composed in England and Portugal during the sixteenth and seventeenth ce ...» 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
|Tallis: Spem in alium & other choral works|
‘Never before has Spem in alium, Tallis's great 40-part motet, so closely resembled The Last Judgement as it does in this vast and awesome perf ...
‘A thrilling large scale performance’ (CDReview)» More
|Tallis: Spem in alium & other sacred music|
The Gramophone Award-winning Tallis series from Andrew Carwood and The Cardinall’s Musick comes to a glorious close with both versions of the great forty-part motet: ‘Spem in alium’ itself and ‘Sing and glorify’, a later, English-language contrafa ...» More
|The Tallis Scholars sing Tudor Church Music, Vol. 2|
"Of all the polyphony we have recorded, this early English style with its dazzling high treble parts and luminous sonorities is, for me, as good as it gets. Our pioneering performances of Sheppard and White have shown them to be the equals of Tall ...» More