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Medieval Chant - Tallis Lamentations

Tenebrae Consort, Nigel Short

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Hymn for Passiontide  
1
Pange lingua gloriosi
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
3:12
Compline for Passiontide  
2
Deus in adiutorium
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
0:52
3
II. Antiphon (Miserere) – Psalms (Cum invocarem, In te Domine speravi, Qui habitat in adiutorio & Ecce nunc benedicite)
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
10:54
4
III. Chapter (Tu in nobis es) - Respond (In manus tuas)
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
1:21
5
IV. Hymn: (Cultor dei memento)
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
3:53
6
V. Versicle & Response (Custodi nos)
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
0:23
7
VI. Antiphon (O Rex gloriose) – Canticle (Nunc dimittis)
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
4:28
8
VII. Preces – Collect – Benedicamus
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
5:19
9
Lamentations of Jeremiah I
Thomas Tallis; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
8:27
Respond  
10
In monte Oliveti
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
2:18
11
Lamentations of Jeremiah II
Thomas Tallis; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
13:36
12
Tristis est anima mea
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
2:53
Respond for Compline in Passiontide  
13
In manus tuas I
John Sheppard; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
3:43
14
Litany after Lauds for Maundy Thursday
Anonymous; Tenebrae Consort; Nigel Short
3:49
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:08
"... this is beautiful and captivating music, superbly sung and it can be uplifting at any time of the year."
- MusicWeb International

"Four Stars ... the performance is majestically dark and intense, displaying this group's famous sensitivity toward musical structure, as well as their exquisite harmonic control ..."
- BBC Music Magazine

This 2014 recording contains a sequence of chant and polyphony for Holy Week, complemented by one of the most poignant and intense polyphonic settings of a sacred text, Tallis’s Lamentations. The singers and instrumentalists of the Tenebrae Consort, hand-picked from the award-winning chamber choir Tenebrae, are known for their instinctive ensemble skills.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Bene Arte Studio Masters

Recorded at All Hallows Church, Gospel Oak, London on 24-25 October 2013
Producers: Andrew Mellor and Nigel Short
Engineer/Mastering: Andrew Mellor
Assistant Engineer: Claire Hay
Editors: Claire Hay and Andrew Mellor
Design and Artwork: Woven Design
Photography: Chris O’Donovan

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