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The Flower of All Virginity

Music from the Eton Choirbook, Volume IV

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Harry Christophers


The Sixteen



Venue:

St Bartholemews Church, Orford, Suffolk



Producer:

Mark Brown



Engineer:

Anthony Howell



Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 62:50
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HUGH KELLYK

(fl. late 15th century)
1 

Gaude Flore Virginali

13:38
   
 

ANONYMOUS

2 

Ah, my dear, ah, my dear Son!

5:40
   
 

JOHN NESBETT

(died c. 1488)
3 

Magnificat

9:49
   
 

ROBERT FAYRFAX

(1464-1521)
4 

Most clear of colour

1:57
   
 

JOHN BROWNE

(fl. c. 1490)
5 

Salve Regina

11:23
   
 

ANONYMOUS

6 

Afraid, alas, and why so suddenly?

7:36
   
 

JOHN BROWNE

7 

O Maria Salvatoris Mater

12:47


This is the third volume to be released on CORO in the distinguished & collectable Eton Choirbook series.
Miraculously, the Eton Choirbook survived Henry VIII’s ransacking of the monasteries. Thanks to its survival, the sacred music of the English fifteenth-century is still with us, conjuring up the atmosphere and spirit of the glorious cathedrals for which it was written. It also gives a tantalising glimpse of a wealth of choral music which was lost.

" Vibrant performances...The Sixteen continues to explore the astonishing riches of the Eton Choirbook with undiminished enthusiasm and imagination."

Gramophone



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