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Higginbottom: Renaissance Masterpieces (5 CD box set, APE)

Higginbottom: Renaissance Masterpieces (5 CD box set, APE)

Higginbottom: Renaissance Masterpieces (5 CD box set, APE)

Conductor: Edward Higginbottom
Composer: William Byrd, Eustache du Caurroy, Orlando Gibbons, Orlande de Lassus, Philippe de Monte, et al.
Audio CD
SPARS Code: DDD
Number of Discs: 5 CD box set
Format: APE (tracks)
Label: Brilliant Classics
Size: 1.21 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Disc: 1
1. Te Deum
2. Te Deum
3. Gloria
4. Credo
5. Sanctus – Benedictus
6. Agnus Dei

Disc: 2
1. Kyrie for 6 voices
2. Gloria for 6 voices
3. Credo for 6 voices
4. Sanctus for 6 voices
5. Benedictus for 6 voices
6. Agnus Dei for 6 voices

Disc: 3
1. Requiem
2. Kyrie
3. Si ambulem
4. Domine Jesu
5. Sanctus
6. Agnus Dei
7. Lux Aeterna

Disc: 4
1. Recordare, for 3-8 voices

Disc: 5
1. Kyrie
2. Gloria
3. Credo
4. Sanctus
5. Benedictus
6. Agnus Dei

An excellent anthology of Renaissance West European Polyphony

An excellent anthology of Renaissance West European Polyphony.
This 5 CDs Anthology of Renaissance Polyphony. Each CD is dominated by the work of Tallis and others English Composers, Lassus, Caurroy, Palestrina et de Monte sang by the Oxford Choir of New College and directed by Edward Higginbottom. The music is marvellous and often definitely masterpieces as advertised. Thank you Brilliant, for this excellent cheap anthology of this splendid Renaissance Masterpieces.

3 thoughts on “Higginbottom: Renaissance Masterpieces (5 CD box set, APE)”

  1. Indebted for your blog, whatever.

    Advertise it to mine, my Forum i mean, i.e 350 peers from the four corners of the this little Globe just may know now of this extraordinary selection and your timeless, tireless efforts. They’ll surely add themselves to to your wishing list, in no time, & with all their tires at point red hot.

    Thanks for this, BTW, I am only in the second CD, and I have to ruminate still what do I think of them, as I am kind of newbie to this particular repertoire.

    Best regards.

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