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Wydawnictwo: Signum Classics
Seria: Tallis Vocal Works
Nr katalogowy: SIGCD 029
Nośnik: 1 CD
EAN: 635212002926
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Obszar (język): angielski

Tallis: The Complete Works of Thomas Tallis - Volume 7 - Music for Queen Elizabeth

Signum Classics - SIGCD 029
Wykonawcy
Chapelle du Roi / Alistair Dixon
Salvator mundi I
O sacrum convivium
In manus tuas
O nata lux de lumine
Absterge Domine
Discomfort them O Lord
Domine, quis habitabit
Laudate Dominum
Miserere nostri
Salvator mundi II
Mihi autem nimis
O salutaris hostia
In ieiunio et fletu (Low)
In ieiunio et fletu (High)
Derelinquat impius
Spem in alium
Signum Records are delighted to release the seventh volume of their celebrated nine-disc series, presenting the Complete Works of Thomas Tallis (1505 - 1585).

Queen Elizabeth’s reign (1558-1603) was a golden age for the arts. England enjoyed a growing cultural exchange with continental Europe. England’s rich, but essentially conservative pre-Reformation heritage was infused with increasing continental influence and innovations.

Elizabeth I was the fourth monarch to sit on the throne in Thomas Tallis’s lifetime. From the outset of her reign Elizabeth allowed considerable freedom of practice and belief. She was firmly in favour of a vernacular liturgy for the general population, although in her own chapels she preferred a more lavish ceremony to music.

Tallis had witnessed the wholesale destruction of much of England’s church music tradition, however the ever adaptable composer met the challenges of a new liturgy, its new styles and genres, with the imaginative force of a man half his age.

The years of Reformation, and Elizabeth’s protestant settlement, freed the Latin-texted tradition of liturgical propriety, allowing composers to reinvigorate the language and harness it to new, expressive and personal ends. This recording presents Tallis’s Elizabethan Latin motets (which number fifteen). The mighty occasional piece, the forty-voice motet Spem in alium, concludes the disc.



"an exceptionally high standard of singing ... the crowning splendour is a magisterial 'Spem in alium' ... a breath-taking climax ... the Tallis complete works is one of the most exciting projects currently underway on any early music label. Thoroughly recommended"

D. James Ross, Early Music Scotland

"Alistair Dixon paces and balances the voices of his vocal group Chapelle du Roi beautifully"

S. Pettitt, The Evening Standard

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