℗ 2016 Hyperion Records Limited
Released July 1, 2016
Duration 58m 32s
Record Label Hyperion
Genre Classical
 

Taverner: Missa Mater Christi sanctissima & Western Wynde Mass

James O'Donnell, The Choir of Westminster Abbey

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1.1
Mater Christi sanctissima
John Taverner; Anonymous; The Choir of Westminster Abbey; James O'Donnell
6:02
Missa Mater Christi sanctissima  
1.2
I. Gloria
John Taverner; Anonymous; The Choir of Westminster Abbey; James O'Donnell
6:25
1.3
II. Credo
John Taverner; Anonymous; The Choir of Westminster Abbey; James O'Donnell
6:25
1.4
III. Sanctus
John Taverner; Anonymous; The Choir of Westminster Abbey; James O'Donnell
4:55
1.5
IV. Benedictus
John Taverner; Anonymous; James O'Donnell; The Choir of Westminster Abbey
3:53
1.6
V. Agnus Dei
John Taverner; Anonymous; James O'Donnell; The Choir of Westminster Abbey
5:18
Western Wynde Mass  
1.7
I. Gloria
John Taverner; Anonymous; James O'Donnell; The Choir of Westminster Abbey
6:00
1.8
II. Credo
John Taverner; Anonymous; James O'Donnell; The Choir of Westminster Abbey
6:18
1.9
IIIa. Sanctus
John Taverner; Anonymous; James O'Donnell; The Choir of Westminster Abbey
4:04
1.10
IIIb. Benedictus
John Taverner; Anonymous; James O'Donnell; The Choir of Westminster Abbey
2:24
1.11
IV. Agnus Dei
John Taverner; Anonymous; James O'Donnell; The Choir of Westminster Abbey
6:48
Digital Booklet
"These are very sound, lucid performances in every sense." - Gramophone Two of the undisputed choral masterpieces from sixteenth-century England, by one of the greatest English composers: John Taverner’s Missa Mater Christi sanctissima and Western Wynde Mass. The five hundred years since the works’ genesis are but as a watch in the night in these sublime performances from Westminster Abbey Choir and James O’Donnell.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Hyperion Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.30
-4.53 to -0.94
-24.06
-25.11 to -22.48
-20.71
-21.90 to -19.20
13
12 to 14
1
Mater Christi sanctissima
-1.53-23.51-20.212
2
I. Gloria
-0.94-23.85-20.514
3
II. Credo
-1.18-22.91-19.413
4
III. Sanctus
-1.81-22.53-19.312
5
IV. Benedictus
-1.03-25.11-21.414
6
V. Agnus Dei
-1.74-22.48-19.212
7
I. Gloria
-1.90-24.94-21.713
8
II. Credo
-3.55-25.04-21.913
9
IIIa. Sanctus
-3.63-24.56-21.313
10
IIIb. Benedictus
-4.53-25.00-21.612
11
IV. Agnus Dei
-3.44-24.80-21.313

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