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Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal

Song NameComposer
Ave Maria for 5 voices Robert Parsons
Lord, to thee I make my moanThomas Weelkes
O Lord, God of IsraelWilliam Byrd
Deliver us, O LordThomas Weelkes
Ave Maria Mater DeiWilliam Cornysh
Christe, qui lux es et diesRobert White
Paradizo (pavan)Antony Holborne
The SighesAntony Holborne
The Honie-Suckle, almainAntony Holborne
Eliza, her name gives honourJohn Bennet
Incipit Lamentatio Jeremiae Prophetae IAlfonso Ferrabosco
In depth no man remembreth TheAlfonso Ferrabosco
Remember me, O Lord (Psalm 106:4)Thomas Tomkins
Incipit Lamentatio Jeremiae Prophetae IIAlfonso Ferrabosco
My Lady Nevell's GroundWilliam Byrd
Salvator mundiThomas Tallis
Credo quod RedemptorRobert Parsons
Miserere nostriThomas Tallis

Directed by Peter Dijkstra

The first half of the sixteenth century followed a very turbulent course in all of Europe, and England, as well, went through troubled times. Henry VIII succeeded to the throne in 1509, and reigned for 38 years. In 1533 he founded the Anglican church, he married six times, waged wars, and even found a little time to do some composing. After his death in 1547, he was succeeded by Edward VI, who was followed in 1555, after the death of Mary, by Elizabeth I, Henry VIII's younger daughter. Elizabeth had the task of bringing peace and stability to the country, and during her long reign, English music flourished as never before.

Item code: 6161C | SACD | $24.95 add item to cart
Choral | A Cappella | Male | The Netherlands
723385189022 | CCS SA 18902

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