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Wydawnictwo: Avie
Nr katalogowy: AV 2352
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: luty 2016
EAN: 822252235227
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): angielski
Rodzaj: msza, pieśń

Taverner: Western Wind: Music by John Taverner & Court Music for Henry VIII

Avie - AV 2352
Kompozytor
John Taverner (c1490-1545)
Aston, Cornysh, Henry VIII
Wykonawcy
Taverner Choir & Players / Andrew Parrott
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Diapason d'Or Presto Discs of the Year Gramophone Awards BBC Music Choice Gramophone Editor's Choice
 
anon. (early 16th c) - 1. The western wynde (0:38) - Taverner’s cantus firmus:
Uri Smilansky (recorder)

chant:
2. Kyrie (Rex sempiterne) (1:46) - Taverner Choir

John Taverner (c1490–1545) - 3. Gloria [Mass ‘The Western Wynde’ (a4)] (6:37) - Taverner Choir

anon. (early 16th c) - 4. My lady Careys dompe (2:18) - Steven Devine (harpsichord)

Taverner:
5. Credo [Mass ‘The Western Wynde’ (a4)] (7:07) - Taverner Choir

Henry VIII (1491–1547) - 6. If love now reynyd (II) (a3) (1:36) - Taverner Consort (mute cornett, 2 sackbuts)

chant:
7. Preface (Sursum corda

Vere dignum) (1:41) - Charles Daniels (tenor), Taverner Choir

Taverner:
8. Sanctus [Mass ‘The Western Wynde’ (a4)] (7:28) - Taverner Choir

anon. (early 16th c) - 9. My lady Wynkfylds rownde (0:57) - Kirsty Whatley (harp)

Taverner:
10. Agnus [Mass ‘The Western Wynde’ (a4)] (7:26) - Taverner Choir

anon. (?late 15th c) - 11. O blessed lord, how may this be (a2) (1:36) - Emily Van Evera (soprano), Charles Daniels (tenor)

William Cornysh the younger (†1523) - 12. Yow and I and Amyas (a3) (5:50) - Emily Van Evera (soprano), with Charles Daniels, Robert MacDonald

Hugh Aston (c1485–1558) - 13. A Hornepype (4:16) - Steven Devine (harpsichord)

anon. (early 16th c) - 14. Wher be ye my love? (a3) (5:59) - Emily Van Evera (soprano), Taverner Players (2 viols)

[William Cornysh the younger]:
15 Fa la sol (a3) (6:58) - Taverner Players (mute cornett, viol, harp)

Henry VIII:
16. Taunder naken (a3) (2:20) - Taverner Players (shawm, 2 sackbuts)

Taverner:
17. Audivi vocem de caelo (a4) (3:29) - 8th (and final) respond at Matins of All Saints [text:
after Matthew 25:6]:
Taverner Choir

Taverner:
18. In nomine (2:42) - transcription from the Benedictus of the Mass ‘Gloria tibi trinitas’:
Steven Devine (harpsichord)

Taverner:
19. Dum transisset sabbatum (I) (a4) (7:01) - 3rd (and final) respond at Easter Matins [text:
Mark 16:1]:
Taverner Choir

anon. (early 16th c) - 20. Westron wynde (0:46) - Emily Van Evera (soprano)

anon. (arr. A.P.) - 21. Western winds (a2) (0:50) - song tune and cantus firmus combined:
Gawain Glenton (mute cornett), Uri Smilansky (viol)
Andrew Parrott and his Taverner Choir & Players turn to music of their namesake alongside works by his contemporaneous King Henry VIII, an exceptionally musical monarch, and two composers of the previous generation, William Cornysh and Hugh Ashton. With Taverner’s Western Wind mass as its corner-stone, this recording takes its lead from the unashamedly secular character of that work and ventures beyond the chapel door to explore the parallel world of courtly vernacular song and instrumental music.

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