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Agnus Dei I & II - The Tallis Scholars - Live In Rome (CD, Album)

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  1. Another winner! This latest Josquin offering from the Tallis Scholars brings together two of the early masses. The opening Missa Di Dadi is particularly interesting, both for its use of gaming symbols in the notation of the tenor cantus firmus (though, fascinatingly, these disappear after the ‘Pleni sunt caeli', possibly reflecting the concomitant Elevation of the Host) and for its echoes .
  2. 6. Agnus Dei I 7. Agnus Dei II (à 5) First Pub lication. Language Latin Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Renaissance: Piece Style Renaissance: Instrumentation 4 voices (SATB) (Agnus Dei II has 5 voices) External Links CPDL page.
  3. Oct 12,  · I now have three performances of Palestrina's Missa papae Marcelli by the Tallis Scholars: (1) The analog recording made at Merton College Chapel, Oxford in , which appeared first on vinyl and then on a well-remastered CD. The work is well performed and well recorded, not necessarily superseded by the recordings that followed/5(28).
  4. The Tallis Scholars have become one of the leading a cappella choral groups in the world, specializing in Renaissance sacred music. The group was founded in by choral conductor Peter Phillips who, coincidentally, bears the name of a .
  5. Sep 17,  · Agnus Dei I, II Orlando di Lasso Osculetur me Salve Regina Album "The Tallis Scholars Live in Rome" Licensed to YouTube by GimellRecords (on behalf of Gimell), and 3 Music Rights Societies.
  6. The Tallis Scholars - Live in Rome. Gimell: CDGIM Buy CD online. The Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live In Rome on Discogs. Label: Gimell - CDGIM • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Renaissance The Tallis Scholars - Live In Rome (, CD) | Discogs.
  8. Live in Rome, an Album by The Tallis Scholars. Released 9 July on Gimell (catalog no. Gimell ; CD).

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