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VOCES8 performs William Byrd’s double motet ‘Ne Irascaris Domine’ and ‘Civitas Sancti Tui’ in the Gresham Centre in London.

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Wishing you hope and light with Vicente Lusitano’s sublime „Ave, spes nostra.“

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VOCES8 is joined by members of Apollo5 and The VOCES8 Foundation Choir & Baroque Orchestra in this performance of the Hallelujah Chorus from ‚Messiah‘. The performance, conducted by Barnaby Smith was part of the #LiveFromLondon digital concert series

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The Marian Consort, directed by Rory McCleery – Better known as a theorist than a composer in his own lifetime, Vicente Lusitano is also possibly the first mixed-race musician to have a collection of his works published (he is described as mestizo in a posthumous source). His 1551 Liber primus epigramatum contains a number of works based on Josquin motets, of which the eight-voice Inviolata is arguably his crowning achievement. Expanding Josquin’s original five voices to eight, Lusitano preserves the plainchant-derived canon at the heart of the motet, spinning mesmerising webs of polyphony around it which culminate in the almost hypnotic waves of repetition that begin the final section.

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Det är en ros utsprungen – Jan Sandström

Det är en ros utsprungen av Jesse rot och stam. Av fädren ren besjungen, den står i tiden fram, en blomma skär och blid, mitt i den kalla vinter, i midnatts mörka tid.
There is a rose that springs up from Jesse’s root and stem. By venerable fathers extolled, that stood in former times, a flower blushing and gentle, amidst the cold winter, in a dark midnight-hour.

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The Tallis Scholars – Peter Phillips

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