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Music from the Peterhouse Partbooks, Vol. 5

Blue Heron, Scott Metcalfe

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1
Exultet in hac die
Hugh Sturmy; Blue Heron; Scott Metcalfe
3:31
2
Ave Maria mater dei
Robert Hunt; Blue Heron; Scott Metcalfe
4:40
3
Ve nobis miseris
John Mason; Blue Heron; Scott Metcalfe
12:46
4
Kyrie Orbis factor
Anonymous; Blue Heron; Scott Metcalfe
2:10
Missa sine nomine  
5
Gloria
Anonymous; Blue Heron; Scott Metcalfe
7:42
6
Credo
Anonymous; Blue Heron; Scott Metcalfe
7:34
7
Sanctus
Anonymous; Blue Heron; Scott Metcalfe
9:05
8
Agnus dei
Anonymous; Blue Heron; Scott Metcalfe
8:02
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:30
The Boston-based ensemble Blue Heron concludes its acclaimed series Music from the Peterhouse Partbooks with this fifth volume, containing the world premiere recording of a Mass by an anonymous English composer from the first half of the 16th century. Since the source of the cantus firmus has never been identified, the Mass remains without a name (Missa sine nomine). The album also includes an antiphon addressed to St. Augustine of Canterbury which is the only surviving work of Hugh Sturmy, a short and dramatic Ave Maria mater dei by Robert Hunt and the sonorous and captivating Ve nobis miseris by John Mason for men’s voices in five parts.
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