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TO 0198

Van Wilder - Complete Sacred Music, Chansons

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2014

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

David Allinson


Cantores



Venue:

St Augustine's Church, Kilburn, London

3/4 Sept 2006 & 10 Feb 2007

Producer:

Ben & Annabel Connellan



Engineer:

Ben & Annabel Connellan



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Vocal & Song




Total Time - 76:50
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  Complete Sacred Music, Chansons  
   
 

PHILIP VAN WILDER

1 

Ite missa est/Deo gratias *

1:03
 

JOSQUIN

2 

Homo quidam

2:48
   
 

PHILIP VAN WILDER

3 

Homo quidam *

3:30
4 

Pater noster *

3:29
   
 

THOMAS TALLIS

5 

Sancte Deus

4:19
 

PHILIP VAN WILDER

6 

Sancte Deus *

6:14
   
 

NICOLAS GOMBERT

7 

Amy, souffrez

2:32
 

PHILIP VAN WILDER

8 

Amy, souffrez *

2:57
9 

O doux regard *

2:48
10 

Je file quand Dieu me donne de quoy *

1:18
11 

Pour vous aymer *

2:06
12 

Amour me poingt, et si je me veulx plaindre *

2:42
   
 

RICHARD CAUSTON

13 

Turn thou us *

3:10
   
 

PHILIP VAN WILDER

14 

Shall I despair thus suddenly? *

2:01
   
 

THOMAS TALLIS

15 

O sacrum convivium

2:48
16 

Blessed are those that be undefiled

3:24
   
 

PHILIP VAN WILDER

17 

Blessed art thou that fearest God *

2:22
   
 

BYRD

18 

If in thine heart

2:35
   
 

PHILIP VAN WILDER

19 

Vidi civitatem *

6:21
20 

Non est qui/Non nobis, Domine *

1:35
21 

Aspice Domine *

6:00
   
 

BYRD

22 

Aspice Domine

4:19
23 

Ne irascaris/Civitas sancti tui

6:29
  TT 76:50      
  * First Recordings  
   
 David Allinson
   


Philip van Wilder (c.1500–54) was a Dutch lutenist and composer who became Henry VIII’s favourite musician, and yet he has passed almost unnoticed from musical history. This recording presents his complete surviving sacred music and some of his chansons and sets him in historical context: downstream from Josquin and Gombert, collaborating with Tallis and a formative influence on Byrd.

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