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I Heard a Voice: The Music of the Golden Age - David Allsopp (alto); Fretwork; John McMunn (tenor); Oliver Brett (organ); Peter Stevens (organ);...
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  1. Alleluia, I heard a voice, anthem for 5 voices & organ
  2. When David heard (O my son Absalom), sacred madrigal in 2 sections for 6 voices
  3. Most mighty and all-knowing Lord, consort song for 4 voices
  4. Hosanna To the Son of David, anthem for 6 voices
  5. In Nomine No.1, for 4 viols
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  1. Alleluia, I heard a voice, anthem for 5 voices & organ
  2. When David heard (O my son Absalom), sacred madrigal in 2 sections for 6 voices
  3. Most mighty and all-knowing Lord, consort song for 4 voices
  4. Hosanna To the Son of David, anthem for 6 voices
  5. In Nomine No.1, for 4 viols
  6. Hosanna to the son of David, anthem for 6 voices
  7. O Lord, in thy wrath rebuke me not, anthem for 6 voices
  8. This Is the Record of John, anthem for voices
  9. O clap your hands, anthem for 8 voices
  10. In Nomine a 4, for viols, MB26
  11. O Praise the Lord All Ye Heathen
  12. When David Heard That Absalom Was Slain, for 5 voices
  13. Fantasia for 6 viols No. 2
  14. Rejoice, rejoice and singe
  15. O Sing Unto the Lord A New Song, for 7 voices & organ
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Times change even in conservative quarters, and so it is even in that bastion of English tradition, the King's College chapel in Cambridge, England. The all-male (men and boys) Choir of King's College, Cambridge, has been singing these English-language Anglican anthems for nearly 400 years, and the current director, British veteran Stephen Cleobury, has maintained its high quality, creating a lush sound that seems to proceed from a knowledge of the sonic nooks and crannies of the space where it is created. The group, by ...

I Heard a Voice: The Music of the Golden Age 2007, Warner Classics

UPC: 094639443024

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