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The Tudors at Prayer - Magnificat; Magnificat (choir, chorus); Philip Cave (conductor)
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  1. Vox Patris Caelestis, for 6 voices
  2. Adhaesit pavimento
  3. Tota pulchra es
  4. Quemadmodum, for 6 parts, perhaps for viols
  5. Adolescentulus Sum Ego, for 6 voices
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  1. Vox Patris Caelestis, for 6 voices
  2. Adhaesit pavimento
  3. Tota pulchra es
  4. Quemadmodum, for 6 parts, perhaps for viols
  5. Adolescentulus Sum Ego, for 6 voices
  6. Domine quis habitavit
  7. Suscipe quaeso, motet for 7 voices, P. 222
  8. Tribue Domine (Part II: Te depricor; Part III: Gloria Patri), motet for 6 voices (SSATTB)
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The sacred music of the Tudor era in England has enjoyed a certain vogue lately with strong performances by the Sixteen and other groups bringing the repertory beyond enthusiasts of the cathedral style. This one, by the 18-voice British choir Magnificat, has much to recommend it. The choir may be about the same size as the Sixteen, but the restrained, precise quality of Magnificat's singing has a flavor different from that of the Sixteen's recordings. These big motets and antiphons proceed without a lot of dynamic contrast ...

The Tudors at Prayer 2014, Linn Records

UPC: 691062044721

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