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SIG 180

Byrd: Naked Byrd

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Christopher Monks


Armonico Consort



Venue:

Saxon Sanctuary, Wootton Wawen



Producer:

Daniel Ludford-Thomas



Engineer:

John Taylor



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 55:24
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WILLIAM BYRD

(c. 1540-1623)
1 

Ave Verum

4:43
   
 

MORTEN LAURIDSEN

(b. 1943)
2 

O Magnum Mysterium

6:46
   
 

THOMAS TALLIS

(1505-1585)
3 

Loqubantur vrariis linguis

5:17
   
 

GREGORIO ALLEGRI

(1582-1652)
4 

Miserere Mei

7:39
   
 

JOHN SHEPPARD

(1515-1558)
5 

Libera nos, Salva nos

3:55
   
 

HENRYK GORECKI

(b. 1933)
6 

Totus Tuus

8:09
   
 

ROBERT LUCAS PEARSALL

(1795-1856)
7 

Lay a Garland

4:20
   
 

JOHN TAVENER

(b. 1944)
8 

Song For Athene

6:41
   
 

ANTON BRUCKNER

(1824-1896)
9 

Ave Maria

3:58
   
 

JONATHAN ROBERTS

(b. 1983)
  words by Vaughan Roberts  
10 

Hope Finds A Way

3:56


The varied programme of this recording identifies, as Armonico Consort’s director, Christopher Monks describes, "... a wide range of pieces united by the tendency of their composers to wear their hearts on their sleeves and their ability to fix a sense of raw emotion on paper". For the majority of the composers represented here, the reasons for revealing naked sentiments through their music is as a response to a religious theme, whether through suppression of particular religious practices or the influence of religious ideals themselves. Crossing several centuries, from the sixteenth to the present day this recording displays how every generation has been inspired to use both  sacred nad secular music as a powerful medium to express their personal emotions.

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