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New York Polyphony
Tudor City

Song NameComposer
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam Byrd
Gaude Virgo Mater ChristiWilliam Cornysh
Flos RegalisAndrew Smith
Flos RegalisAnonymous
O Come In One To Praise The LordThomas Tallis
Expend, O Lord, My Plant of WordThomas Tallis
Surrexit ChristusAndrew Smith
Stella CaeliWalter Lambe
Speciosa Facta EsJohn Dunstable
Audivi VocemThomas Tallis
Why Fum'th in FightThomas Tallis
To Mock Your ReignAndrew Smith
Man Blest No DoubtThomas Tallis
God Grant With GraceThomas Tallis
Magnificat A 4John Tavener
Magnificat A 4Andrew Smith
In PaceChristopher Tye

Classical vocal quartet New York Polyphony struck a chord with their 2007 Avie debut, I Sing The Birth (AV 2141). It was an Editor's Christmas Choice in BBC Music magazine, and Classic FM awarded it five stars. For their second release, the all-male foursome delivers their signature fusion of historically informed performances in a range of styles. Interspersed among sacred masterpieces of Tudor England are four new works by British-Norwegian composer Andrew Smith, adding a modern harmonic richness and complexity to the album. The result is a compelling synthesis of ancient and contemporary vocal music.

Item code: 4268C | 1 CD | $15.95 add item to cart
Choral | A Cappella | Male | United States
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