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  1. O Radiant Dawn, for chorus
  2. Beata viscera, conductus for solo voice
  3. Beata viscera, motet for 5 voices (SATTB)
  4. Ne irascaris (also anthems: "Let not Thy wrath" & "O Lord, turn thy wrath"), motet for 5 voices (SATBar (or T) B)
  5. Wishes, for 5 voices
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  1. O Radiant Dawn, for chorus
  2. Beata viscera, conductus for solo voice
  3. Beata viscera, motet for 5 voices (SATTB)
  4. Ne irascaris (also anthems: "Let not Thy wrath" & "O Lord, turn thy wrath"), motet for 5 voices (SATBar (or T) B)
  5. Wishes, for 5 voices
  6. Beata viscera, conductus for solo voice
  7. Scarborough Fair
  8. Skye Boat Song, folk song
  9. The Dark Island, song setting for accordion
  10. I love, alas, I love thee, madrigal for 5 voices
  11. The silver swanne, madrigal for 5 voices
  12. Sfogava con le stelle un infermo d'amore, madrigal for 5 voices (from Book 4), SV 78
  13. Der König von Thule ("Es war ein König"), part song for mixed voices, Op. 67/1
  14. The Call ("Come, my way"), song for baritone, chorus (ad lib.) orchestra (or organ) (Mystical Songs No. 4)
  15. My Spirit Sang All Day, song
  16. Beata viscera, conductus for solo voice
  17. Ah, You Wide, Expansive Steppe!, folksong
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The a cappella group Apollo5 is a smaller offshoot of the similar Voces8, participating in the activities of the same foundation and, so far, pursuing generally similar repertory, including the jazz influences of the larger group. They perform several fixed programs in concert, and O Radiant Dawn presents one of these. Here, the group sheds the jazz and instead goes backward in time. What distinguishes this recording from the common run of small-group a cappella recordings is the presence of the medieval composer Pérotin, ...

O Radiant Dawn 2019, VCM

UPC: 5060140210207

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