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coronasolfège for 6

Music by Héloïse Werner

Performed by The Gesualdo Six

Audio by Josh Cooter

Video by Owain Park

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Here is William Byrd’s ‘Lullaby, my sweet little baby’, performed by The Gesualdo Six as part of their Live from London concert in August 2020.

“William Byrd’s Lullaby ‘My sweet little baby’ was one of the composer’s most popular works during his lifetime, enjoying a wide circulation in various arrangements. Here we sing the opening section, a heart-rending verse in which the virgin Mary comforts her child in the wake of the slaughter of the innocents. The melody in the highest voice is echoed throughout by the second part, creating an almost sobbing effect.” – from notes by Owain Park © 2020.

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The Beaufort Singers, directed by Joseph Wicks, perform part of Owain Park’s ‘Phos hilaron’ (Hail gladdening light) in Boxgrove Priory.

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Phos hilaron by Owain Park The Gesualdo Six, directed by Owain Park Filmed at St Bartholomew the Great, London

This track comes from our third album, ‘Fading’, a programme inspired by the ancient service of compline, featuring atmospheric works that relate to the transition between light and darkness.

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We are a group of singers who have decided to give talking a go. Featuring classical music, special guests and touring highlights from Owain, Guy, Andy, Joe, Josh, Mike and Sam. #g6cast – https://www.thegesualdosix.co.uk/podcast/https://theg6podcast.simplecast.com/

 

 

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John Sheppard’s second setting of ‘Libera nos, salva nos’, recorded by The Gesualdo Six and their director, Owain Park.

John Sheppard (* um 1515; † Dezember 1558) war ein englischer Komponist und Organist. (Wikipedia)

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The truth sent from above Traditional English folk carol,

arranged by Ralph Vaughan Williams

Final verse harmonisation by Owain Park

The Gesualdo Six

Directed by Owain Park

Morning Star – Epiphany Concerts

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The Beaufort Singers, directed by Joseph Wicks, commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the November armistice that ended the First World War by performing Owain Park’s ‘For the fallen’ in the chapel of Downing College, Cambridge. The work was written for The Beaufort Singers and Joseph Wicks in November 2016 and was first performed at the choir’s inaugural concert in the chapel of St John’s College, Cambridge.

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