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The Voice of the Turtle Dove - Eamonn Dougan (bass); Jeremy Budd (tenor); Kirsty Hopkins (soprano); The Sixteen; Harry Christophers (conductor)
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  1. Gaude Gaude Gaude Maria Virgo for 6 voices
  2. Adolescentulus Sum Ego, for 6 voices
  3. O Domine Caeli Terraeque for 5 voices
  4. Libera nos, settings 1 & 2 for 6 voices
  5. In manus tuas Domine, for 3 voices
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  1. Gaude Gaude Gaude Maria Virgo for 6 voices
  2. Adolescentulus Sum Ego, for 6 voices
  3. O Domine Caeli Terraeque for 5 voices
  4. Libera nos, settings 1 & 2 for 6 voices
  5. In manus tuas Domine, for 3 voices
  6. Ah myn hart, remembir thee well, for 3 voices
  7. In manus tuas Domine, motet for 4 voices
  8. Vox Patris Caelestis, for 6 voices
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The title of this release comes from the biblical Song of Solomon: "The flowers appear on the earth, the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land." The words come from the nearly 18-minute Vox patris caelestis of William Mundy, like most of the music on the album, hardly common. Tudor church music, vast in its architecture but without a fixed organizing principle like the Renaissance styles that followed, has always been a bit of a tough sell with general audiences, and of the three ...

The Voice of the Turtle Dove 2014, Coro

UPC: 828021611926

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