The Sixteen / Harry Christophers - The Deer's Cry: William Byrd, Thomas Tallis, Arvo Pärt flac mp3
The Deer's Cry. Composed By – Arvo Pärt. 4. Emendemus In Melius. Composed By – William Byrd. 5. The Woman With The Alabaster Box. 6. Miserere Mihi, Domine. 7. Ad Dominum Cum Tribularer. Composed By – Thomas Tallis, William Byrd.
Director Harry Christophers establishes the simple, inward side of Byrd on the program, but also sets Byrd apart with such works as the palindromic Diliges Dominum (track one) and the intricate Ad Dominum cum tribularer (track seven). Sample a Byrd/Pärt pair, such as the familiar Emendemus in melius and The Woman with the Alabaster Box (tracks four and five) for an indication of the possible power of Christophers' approach here. The problem is that Pärt is outnumbered on the program: having drawn the connection between Byrd and Pärt, the performers give it short shrift . The Deer's Cry. Arvo Pärt. Harry Christophers, The Sixteen.
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Artist: Arvo Pärt, William Byrd; The Sixteen, Harry Christophers Title: The Deer's Cry Year Of Release: 2016 Label: CORO Genre: Classical Quality: FLAC (tracks+. The Sixteen perform music of composers born four centuries apart, both persecuted for their religious faith. William Byrd worked in the court of Elizabeth I but was a covert Catholic. Arvo Pärt (born 1935) lived the first part of his life in Soviet-controlled Estonia, finding freedom in Austria and Germany. In each case their choral writing has. Arvo Pärt - The Deer’s Cry 04. William Byrd - Emendemus in melius 05. Arvo Pärt - The Woman with the Alabaster Box 06. William Byrd - Miserere mihi, Domine 07. William Byrd - Ad Dominum cum tribularer 08.
The Deer’s Cry Arvo Pärt; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers. Emendemus in melius William Byrd; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers. The Woman with the Alabaster Box Arvo Pärt; The Sixteen; Harry Christophers. While coming from very different eras, William Byrd and Arvo Pärt are both considered masters of sacred music despite having faced considerable persecution for their work. Harry Christophers and The Sixteen present six of Byrd’s compositions from the Cantiones Sacrae including the monumental Tribue, Domine and the mighty eight-voice motet Ad Dominum cum tribularer. The three works by Pärt speak in his unmistakable voice, with its unique blend of ancient and modern, exemplified by his mesmerizing Nunc dimittis crafted in his bell-like "tinitinnabuli" style. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – CORO.
Harry Christophers, The Sixteen. Label : Coro Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Tracklist : William Byrd (. 540-1623) Diliges Dominum Christe qui lux es et dies. Arvo Pärt (. 935) The Deer’s Cry. William Byrd Emendemus in melius. Arvo Pärt The Woman with the Alabaster Box. William Byrd Miserere mihi, Domine Ad Dominum cum tribularer. Thomas Tallis, William Byrd Miserere nostri. Thomas Tallis (. 505-1585) When Jesus went. William Byrd O lux beata Trinitas. Arvo Pärt Nunc dimittis. William Byrd Laetentur coeli Tribue, Domine.
Listen to The Deer's Cry by The Sixteen on Deezer. The Sixteen, Harry Christophers 29-01-2016. Composers: William Byrd - Thomas Tallis - Arvo Pärt. Total duration:1 h 06 min. 01. Diliges Dominum. 03:15.
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William Byrd, Thomas Tallis: Miserere nostri. Those favouring sonic beauty above all else will find 'The Deer's Cry' an essential addition. it's hard to wish greater restraint of such glorious singing. It’s fascinating to compare Tallis and Pärt’s different but complementary treatments of the Woman with the Alabaster Box parable. Music and singing of hypnotic beauty.
|1||Diliges Dominum William Byrd||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||3:15|
|2||Christe qui lux es et dies William Byrd||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||4:54|
|3||The Deer's Cry Arvo Pärt||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||4:23|
|4||Emendemus in melius William Byrd||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||3:58|
|5||The Woman with the Alabaster Box Arvo Pärt||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||6:11|
|6||Miserere mihi, Domine William Byrd||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||2:24|
|7||Ad Dominum cum tribularer William Byrd||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||10:12|
|8||Miserere nostri William Byrd / Thomas Tallis||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||3:00|
|9||When Jesus went Thomas Tallis||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||2:37|
|10||O lux beata Trinitas William Byrd||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||4:10|
|11||Nunc dimittis Arvo Pärt||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||6:40|
|12||Laetentur coeli William Byrd||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||3:28|
|13||Tribue, Domine William Byrd||Harry Christophers / The Sixteen||11:31|
CreditsMarco Borggreve - Photography
Emma Brain-Gabbott - Soprano (Vocal)
Mark Brown - Recording Producer
William Byrd - Composer
Harry Christophers - Choir Conductor, Conductor, Primary Artist
Andrew Giles - Design
Camilla Harris - Soprano (Vocal)
Mike Hatch - Engineer
Kirsty Hopkins - Soprano (Vocal)
John Milsom - Liner Notes
Arvo Pärt - Composer
Saint Patrick - Text
The Sixteen - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist, Vocal Ensemble
Thomas Tallis - Composer
Jeremy White - Text Translation