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CO 6001
The Flowering of Genius

Guerrero: Ave Virgo sanctisima/ Tallis: Suscipe quaeso/Byrd: Quomodo cantabimus

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Harry Christophers


The Sixteen



Venue:

All Hallows Church, Gospel Oak, London


St Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, London


Boxgrove Priory, Chichester, West Sussex



Producer:

Mark Brown


Nicolas Parker

(tracks 10 & 11)

Engineer:

Mike Hatch


Mike Clements


Tim Handley

(tracks 10 & 11)

Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 72:27
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FRANCISCO GUERRERO

(1528-1599)
1 

Ave Virgo sanctissima

4:39
   
 

THOMAS TALLIS

(1505-1585)
2 

Suscipe quaeso

9:43
   
 

TOMAS LUIS DE VICTORIA

(1548-1611)
3 

O vos omnes

5:00
4 

Vere languores

4:47
5 

O Domine Iesu Christe

3:34
   
 

THOMAS TALLIS

6 

Agnus Dei from mass 'Puer natus'

8:49
   
 

TOMAS LUIS DE VICTORIA

7 

Super flumina Babylonis

4:56
8 

Vadam et circuibo

8:48
9 

Laudate Dominum omnes gentes

3:05
   
 

JOHN SHEPPARD

(1500-1558)
10 

Verbum caro

6:50
   
 

PHILIPPE DE MONTE

(1521-1603)
11 

Super flumina Babylonis

6:09
   
 

WILLIAM BYRD

(1543-1623)
12 

Quomodo cantabimus

6:07


Music from a turning point in history .... the short-lived marriage between Mary Tudor and Philip II of Spain, although barren and doomed, resulted in a glorious flowering of Anglo-Spanish music which saw the greatest musicians from the two nations meeting and working together.The music for a flamboyant Christmas Day ceremony in St. Paul’s Cathedral in 1554 was a celebratory focal point of an extraordinary resurgence of the Catholic faith in England, fuelled by hopes, soon to be dashed, that Mary was pregnant.

"The Sixteen’s sound is distilled, ethereal - hard to imagine a more sublime performance."

BBC Music Magazine



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