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The Tudors At Prayer

The Tudors At Prayer

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The Tudors At Prayer
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Genre(s)
Classical
Code
CKD 447
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$24.00
  • Vox Patris caelestis
    Composer(s) William Mundy
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Magnificat

    Vox Patris caelestis

    21:41
    $12.00
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  • Adhaesit pavimento
    Composer(s) William Mundy
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Magnificat

    Adhaesit pavimento

    07:24
    $4.80
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  • Tota pulchra es
    Composer(s) Robert White
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Magnificat

    Tota pulchra es

    06:48
    $4.80
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  • Quemadmodum desiderat cervus
    Composer(s) John Taverner
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Magnificat

    Quemadmodum desiderat cervus

    06:34
    $4.80
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  • Adolescentus sum ego
    Composer(s) William Mundy
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Magnificat

    Adolescentus sum ego

    05:53
    $4.80
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  • Domine, quis habitabit (III)
    Composer(s) Robert White
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Magnificat

    Domine, quis habitabit (III)

    08:38
    $4.80
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  • Suscipe, quaeso Domine
    Composer(s) Thomas Tallis
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Magnificat

    Suscipe, quaeso Domine

    09:35
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  • Tribue, Domine
    Composer(s) William Mundy
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Magnificat

    Tribue, Domine

    13:08
    $7.20
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Total running time: 79 minutes.

    Album information

    Continuing its exploration of Tudor Latin sacred music, The Tudors At Prayer sees Magnificat perform music by Taverner, Tallis, Mundy, White and Byrd.

    A highlight here is Mundy's towering Vox Patris caelestis; immensely vivid and colourful this is a powerful performance to challenge any that has gone before. Equally enthralling as Magnificat's critically acclaimed Spem in alium, but with even richer textures, Vox Patris caelestis perfectly demonstrates Magnificat's heaven-sent sound.

    Byrd's heartfelt setting of Tribue, Domine plus a premiere recording of White's Tota pulchra es, and his sublime psalm setting Domine, quis habitabit are further stand-out moments. The Tudors At Prayer provides further evidence of the extraordinary richness of this centuries old repertoire.