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8 thoughts on “ Discomfort Them, O Lord - Oxford Camerata, Jeremy Summerly - Tallis - Spem in Alium / Missa Salve intemerata (SACD)

  1. Jeremy Summerly leads the Oxford Camerata in a suitably majestic performance, with the voices gradually combining to form a thrilling and sonically opulent whole. The effect is particularly gripping in the SACD and DVD-Audio versions of the recording, which take advantage of all that surround-sound technology has to cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.coinfo: Naxos.
  2. Thomas Tallis: Spem in Alium - Salve Intemerata () [1] Spem in alium (voice Motet) [2] Salve intemerata (Motet) Missa Salve intemerata [3] Gloria [4] Credo [5] Sanctus [6] Agnus Dei [7] With all our heart [8] Discomfort them, O Lord [9] I call and cry to thee, O Lord Oxford Camerata Jeremy Summerly - conductor.
  3. The motet Salve intemerata, written when Tallis was a young man, is one of the longest single movements of the entire 16th century. Scored for forty independent voices, Spem in alium, a work of Tallis's maturity, dwarfs any other English work of the period. Symphonic in its proportions and conception, it is Tallis's greatest masterpiece/5(47).
  4. Spem In Alium (voice Motet). This great CD was released on Naxos in (). The CD and artwork are in Mint Condition. The slipcase is in Very Good Condition. Discomfort Them, O Lord. With All Our cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. Tallis Spem in alium [part Motet] Salve intemerata [Motet] Missa Salve intemerata With all our heart Discomfort them, O Lord I call and cry to thee, O lord Oxford Camerata Jeremy Summerly Recorded between January at All Hallows, Gospel Oak, London CD No.
  6. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Discomfort them, O Lord, for 5 on AllMusic.
  7. Tallis, Thomas (c) Works. Tallis: Discomfort them, O Lord; Tallis: I call and cry to thee, O Lord; Tallis: Missa Salve intemerata; Tallis: Salve intemerata; Tallis: Spem in alium for eight five-part choirs 'part Motet' Tallis: With all our hearts and mouths; Conductors. Summerly, Jeremy; Groups & Artists. Oxford Camerata; Label. Naxos.
  8. Spem in alium Salve intemerata (Mass and motet) Considering that Thomas Tallis was the finest Englishcomposer of his generation, it is surprising how little weknow about his life. The first time we hear of Tallis is in when he was organist at Dover Priory in Kent: bythen he was clearly a respected professional musician.

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