Tallis: The Votive Antiphons ()

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Supplied as devotional music for the daily office, the votive antiphon was one of the principal choral forms of 16th century England, along with settings of the Ordinary of the Mass and the Magnificat. Thomas Tallis composed seven votive antiphons which are brought together on this 2018 compilation, and the fluctuations in religious practices under the Tudors are reflected in these works' subtle changes of style and differences of theology, whether they complied with the restrictions imposed by the Protestant reformation ...

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  1. Suscipe quaeso, motet for 7 voices, P. 222
  2. Gaude gloriosa Dei mater, motet (antiphon) for 6 voices, P. 123
  3. Sancte Deus, motet (antiphon) for 4 voices, P. 98
  4. Ave rosa sine spinis, motet (votive antiphon) for 5 voices, P. 169
  5. Ave Dei patris filia, motet (antiphon) for 5 voices, P. 162
  6. Salve intemerata virgo, motet (antiphon) for 5 voices, P. 144
  7. O nata lux de lumine, motet (hymn) for 5 voices, P. 209
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Tallis: The Votive Antiphons
2018, Hyperion

UPC: 034571282503


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