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The Path to Paradise - Andrew Mahon (bass); Brian McAlea (baritone); Bronwyn Thies-Thompson (soprano); David Clegg (counter tenor);...
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  1. Miserere nostri, motet for 7 voices, P. 207
  2. Bells
  3. Libera nos, 2 antiphons for chorus
  4. In monte Oliveti, motet for 6 voices, M. vi (S. xi/187)
  5. Magnificat, for chorus
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  1. Miserere nostri, motet for 7 voices, P. 207
  2. Bells
  3. Libera nos, 2 antiphons for chorus
  4. In monte Oliveti, motet for 6 voices, M. vi (S. xi/187)
  5. Magnificat, for chorus
  6. Nunc dimittis, for chorus
  7. Miserere mei Deus (Psalm 51), motet for chorus
  8. Christe qui lux a 4, for instrumental consort No. 2
  9. Miserere (I), for keyboard, MB 66
  10. Media vita in morte sumus, motet for 6 voices
  11. In paradisum, antiphone, tone 8 (from Andrzej Piotrkowczyk's "Processionale")
  12. Bells
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Specialist recordings of Renaissance music tend to focus on a single style, composer, or period. Recordings aimed at general listeners tend to do the same, perhaps inviting listeners to draw analogies with visual art or with history. Conductor Daniel Taylor and his Trinity Choir do something entirely different. There's a seductive surface to the choir's sound, accounting in part for its popularity, but that's not all there is to it: you don't need obscure Renaissance works by the likes of John Sheppard and Nicolas Gombert ...

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The Path to Paradise 2017, Sony Classical

UPC: 190758018225

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