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English organists under the Tudors boasted a wealth of repertoire. Their compositions are based on the elaborate choral works of the period. The present collection draws on the Mulliner Book and other sources, and includes music by the great Thomas Tallis, a musician who survived all the vicissitudes of the troubled 16th century to leave a significant musical legacy.

Redford, John

  Exsultet caelum laudibus
1.   Exsultet caelum laudibus 00:01:15
  Sermone blando angelus
2.   Sermone blando angelus 00:01:34

Blitheman, John

  Aeterne rerum Conditor
3.   Aeterne rerum Conditor 00:01:04
  Christe qui lux
4.   Christe qui lux 00:01:31

Redford, John

  Angulare fundamentum
5.   Angulare fundamentum 00:02:00
  Te lucis ante terminum
6.   Te lucis ante terminum 00:01:28

Blitheman, John

  Gloria tibi Trinitas I
7.   Gloria tibi Trinitas I 00:02:06
  Gloria tibi Trinitas II
8.   Gloria tibi Trinitas II 00:01:57
  Gloria tibi Trinitas III
9.   Gloria tibi Trinitas III 00:01:44
  Gloria tibi Trinitas IV
10.   Gloria tibi Trinitas IV 00:02:05
  Gloria tibi Trinitas V
11.   Gloria tibi Trinitas V 00:01:46
  Gloria tibi Trinitas VI
12.   Gloria tibi Trinitas VI 00:01:52

  La mi re
13.   La mi re 00:02:53

Tallis, Thomas

  Clarifica me Pater (I)
14.   Clarifica me Pater (I) 00:01:10
  Gloria tibi Trinitas
15.   Gloria tibi Trinitas 00:01:34
  Clarifica me Pater (II)
16.   Clarifica me Pater (II) 00:01:32
  Iste confessor
17.   Iste confessor 00:01:41
  Clarifica me Pater (III)
18.   Clarifica me Pater (III) 00:01:31

Tomkins, Thomas

19.   Miserere 00:03:52
  Clarifica me Pater
20.   Clarifica me Pater 00:02:33
  In nomine
21.   In nomine 00:03:03

Preston, Thomas

  Felix namque
22.   Felix namque 00:04:51

  A solis ortus
23.   Verse I 00:01:54
24.   Verse II 00:02:07
25.   Verse III 00:02:06
26.   Verse IV 00:00:57

Redford, John

  Primo dierum omnium
27.   Primo dierum omnium 00:01:14
  Lucem tuam I
28.   Lucem tuam I 00:02:19
  Lucem tuam II
29.   Lucem tuam II 00:02:19
  Lucem tuam III
30.   Lucem tuam III 00:03:18

Total Playing Time: 01:01:16

Blitheman, John; Preston, Thomas; Redford, John; Tallis, Thomas; Tomkins, Thomas

Smith, Carl

Label: Naxos

Genre: Instrumental

Period: Renaissance

Catalogue No: 8.570142

Barcode: 747313014279

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Physical Release: 10/2006

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