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CO 6037

Philip & Mary - The Sixteen

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Harry Christophers


The Sixteen



Venue:

St Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, London

21-23 Jan 1998

Producer:

Mark Brown



Engineer:

Mike Hatch



Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 73:36
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PIERRE DE MANCHICOURT

1 

Jubilate Deo

6:17
 

JOHN SHEPPARD

2 

Reges Tharsis

4:54
 

PIERRE DE MANCHICOURT

3 

Reges terrae

6:10
 

THOMAS TALLIS

4 

Suscipe quaeso

9:41
 

FRANCISCO GUERRERO

5 

Ave virgo sanctissima

4:34
6 

Ave Maria

4:19
7 

Pastores loquebantur

6:09
 

THOMAS TALLIS

 

Mass 'Puer Natus'

 
8 Gloria 10:57
9 Sanctus 4:39
10 Benedictus 3:39
11 Agnus Dei 8:49
 

JOHN SHEPPARD

12 

Libera nos

3:28


n Christmas Day 1554 the Spanish Armada was a long way off on the horizon. Mary Tudor had married Prince Philip of Spain, and in celebration of her pregnancy Tallis had composed the Mass Puer natus , which may well have been performed in St Paul ’s Cathedral on this special day. For this splendid ceremony the English Chapel Royal and choir of St Paul ’s were joined by Prince Philip of Spain ’s Capilla Flamenca to sing music by great composers from both countries. This recording presents a number of works which were likely to have been performed by these choirs on this special occasion.
In due time it had to be accepted that the Queen had suffered a phantom pregnancy. Three years later Philip was King of Spain ; Mary died the following year.
 

" All hail the über-choir .. "

The Independent




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