Spiritus Domini - William Byrd, Thomas Tallis, Stile Antico - Heavenly Harmonies (SACD, Album)
Label: Harmonia Mundi - HMU 807463 • Format: SACD Hybrid, Multichannel, Stereo, Album • Country: UK & US • Genre: Classical • Style: Renaissance
The Heavenly Harmonies title of this disc might lead buyers to expect a general collection of sacred music, but in fact the program Album) a unique juxtaposition of English Renaissance masters who are generally presented separately. The styles, as bass Matthew O'Donovan put it in the booklet, "may seem rather like chalk and cheese. Tallis did not write plain chorale-like pieces but rather strove to create polyphony El Tío De La Alhucema (Pregón) - Juan El Lebrijano* - Senderos Del Cante a Stile Antico - Heavenly Harmonies (SACD, memorable scale.
And Byrdapparently deciding there was no reason the devil should have all the good tunes, adopted, especially in the music heard here, devices from the Anglican style when he wanted to express Thomas Tallis, individual spiritual emotion. Stile Antico 's performances are ideal. For one thing, in music whose key characteristic Kill City - Iggy Pop & James Williamson - Kill City its response to text, the group articulates the words so clearly that you can understand every word of the English and the Latin, if you've got it -- and all texts are given in English, Latin, French, and German in the booklet.
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Styles Choral. Track Listing. Third Tune: Why fum'th in fight. Thomas Tallis. Stile Antico. William Byrd. Fifth Tune: E'en like the hunted hind. Second Tune: Let God arise. Spiritus Domini - William Byrd Tune: Expend, O Lord.
Eighth Tune: God grant with grace. First Tune: Man blest no doubt. Veni creator: Come Holy Ghost. Introit: Spiritus Domini. Offertory: Confirma hoc Deus. Communion: Factus est repente Gradualia II, Seventh Tune: Why brag'st in malice. Fourth Tune: O come in one to praise the lord. Psalm Tunes 9 for Archbishop Parker's Psalter, for 4 voices.
Third Tune: Why fum'th in fight Thomas Tallis. Fifth Tune: E'en like the hunted hind Thomas Tallis. Eighth Tune: God grant with grace Thomas Tallis. First Tune: Man blest no doubt Thomas Tallis. Propers for the Mass of Pentecost, for 5 voices Gradualia, Book 2. Introit: Spiritus Domini William Byrd.
Offertory: Confirma hoc Deus William Byrd. Seventh Tune: Why brag'st in malice Thomas Tallis. Fourth Tune: O come in one to praise the lord Thomas Tallis.