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from notes by Andrew Carwood © 2013
extrait des notes rédigées par Andrew Carwood © 2013
aus dem Begleittext von Andrew Carwood © 2013
Deutsch: Viola Scheffel
|Tallis: The Votive Antiphons|
Highlights from Hyperion’s series of Tallis recordings by Andrew Carwood and The Cardinall’s Musick.» 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: Missa Salve intemerata|
‘Skilled, thoughtful performances of three great works by a marvellously trained choir’ (Gramophone)
‘‘Vivid acoustics and mellifluous phrasing in the plainsong pieces evoke a calming contemplative atmosphere. The exemplary tonal finesse and beautiful ...» More
|Tallis: Salve intemerata & other sacred music|
The Cardinall’s Musick and Andrew Carwood continue their exploration of the sacred music of the acknowledged master of the Tudor era, Thomas Tallis. This project follows the completion of their multi-award-winning Byrd series.» 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 Complete Works, Vol. 1|
This debut album recorded by Chapel du Roi is the first in a series of nine covering the complete works of Thomas Tallis (c.1505-1585). Not for nothing is Tallis known as the 'father of church music'—with his colleagues at the Chapel Royal he crea ...» More