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CO 6051

Carver: Plainsong/ Missa Dum sacrum mysterium/Magnificat/O bone Jesu

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Harry Christophers


The Sixteen



Venue:

St Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, London



Producer:

Mark Brown



Engineer:

Mike Clements



Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 68:06
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ROBERT CARVER

(c. 1487-after 1566)
   
1 

Plainsong: Dum sacrum mysterium

1:00
   
 

Missa Dum sacrum Mysterium

40:14  
2 Gloria 7:30
3 Credo 9:11
4 Sanctus 6:45
5 Benedictus 5:31
6 Agnus Dei 11:15
   
7 

Magnificat

14:02
  7th tone faburden (anon from the Carver Choirbook)  
8 

O bone Jesu a 19

12:52


The massive granite-like choral writing of early sixteenth-century Scottish choral music is here displayed in Carver’s magnificent nineteen-voice votive antiphon O bone Jesu, written for James IV King of Scots.  The large-scale Missa Dum sacrum mysterium with its sumptuous polyphony may well have been sung at the coronation of James V in 1513.

Carver’s unique and compelling sound world is recreated here with polish and conviction by The Sixteen.

 

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