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Parsons, White & Byrd: Where late the sweet birds sang

Parsons, White & Byrd: Where late the sweet birds sang

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Parsons, White & Byrd: Where late the sweet birds sang
Label(s)
Genre(s)
Classical
Code
CKD 417
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$24.00
  • Christe qui lux es et dies
    Composer(s) William Byrd
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Christe qui lux es et dies

    05:05
    $4.80
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  • Lamentations a5
    Composer(s) Robert White
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Lamentations a5

    22:48
    $12.00
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  • Ave Maria
    Composer(s) Robert Parsons
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Ave Maria

    04:50
    $2.40
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  • Domine, quis habitabit
    Composer(s) William Byrd
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Domine, quis habitabit

    09:30
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  • Domine, quis habitabit
    Composer(s) Robert Parsons
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Domine, quis habitabit

    04:37
    $2.40
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  • Quomodo cantabimus
    Composer(s) William Byrd
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Quomodo cantabimus

    08:35
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  • De lamentatione
    Composer(s) William Byrd
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    De lamentatione

    12:26
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  • Christe qui lux es et dies (IV)
    Composer(s) Robert White
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Christe qui lux es et dies (IV)

    06:50
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Total running time: 74 minutes.

    Album information

    Magnificat features some of the country's leading consort singers. The fine acoustics of St. George's Church Chesterton provide a splendid backdrop for the seamless and natural blend of Magnificat's voices and the luminous glow of their performances.

    Magnificat's recording offers an exploration into the choral works of three of Tudor England's most compelling composers: Robert Parsons, Robert White and William Byrd. As with previous Magnificat collections, years of meticulous study and consideration has gone into this recording; it represents the fruits of their personal journey through the works and history of these composers.

    Magnificat has received many plaudits for the sensitivity and expressiveness of its performances, and this programme provides a wonderful opportunity to engage with music that is both challenging and rewarding to performers and listeners alike.