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An Eternal Harmony

Carver: Credo from Mass/ Macmillan: O bone Jesu

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Harry Christophers


The Sixteen



Venue:

St Michaels Church, Highgate, London



Producer:

Mark Brown



Engineer:

Mike Hatch


Anthony Howell

(Ave Marisa, Salve Regina (Cornysh))

Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 65:56
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1 

Dum sacrum mysterium

0:48
   
 

ROBERT CARVER

(c. 1487-1566)
2 

Credo from Mass 'Dum sacrum mysterium' à 10

9:06
   
 

JAMES MACMILLAN

3 

O bone Jesu

10:08
  soloists: Cecilia Osmond, Rebecca Outram, Mark Dobell, Robert Evans  
 

ROBERT RAMSEY

(d. 1644)
4 

When David heard

2:44
5 

In monte Oliveti

2:52
6 

O vos omnes

3:00
7 

How are the mighty fall'n

6:15
   
 

WILLIAM CORNYSHE

(d. 1502)
8 

Salve Regina

14:39
9 

Ave Maria Mater Dei

3:42
   
 

ROBERT CARVER

10 

O bone Jesu à 19

12:42


The vast power of the Royal Courts of England and Scotland may be long gone but the sumptuous sounds of their worship are not lost.
This disc brings together music of some of the most outstanding but now little-known composers of the 15th and 16th centuries, and introduces a major new work by one of this century’s most remarkable composers. Robert Carver’s mesmeric setting of the devotional text "O bone Jesu" has long been admired and has now proved an inspiration to James MacMillan who has chosen with this special commission for The Sixteen, to clothe the same text in his own musical language of reflective beauty.

"A real eye-opener that demands to be heard."


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