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  • Release Date: 8/26/1997
  • Label: Decca
  • UPC: 028945502922
  • Catalog Number: 455029

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Spem in Alium (also set as "Sing and glorify"), motet for 40 voices, P. 299 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (11:34)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  2. 2 In manus tuas, motet for 5 voices, P. 202 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (2:10)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  3. 3 In jejunio et fletu, motet for 5 voices, P. 198 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (5:16)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  4. 4 Te lucis ante terminum (Procul recedant somnia) (I), motet for 5 voices, P. 214 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (1:39)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  5. 5 Te lucis ante terminum (Procul recedant somnia) (II), motet for 5 voices, P. 215 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (2:08)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  6. 6 Ecce tempus idoneum (I), for keyboard - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (4:11)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  7. 7 Veni Redemptor gentium (I), for organ - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (2:46)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  8. 8 O nata lux de lumine, motet (hymn) for 5 voices, P. 209 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (2:00)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  9. 9 Salvator mundi (I) (also set as "Arise O Lord" and "With all our hearts"), motet for 5 voices, P. 216 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (3:02)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  10. 10 Derelinquit impius, motet for 5 voices, P. 189 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (4:30)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  11. 11 Videte miraculum, motet for 6 voices, P. 293 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (10:56)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  12. 12 Lesson "Two parts in one" (also atrributed to J.Bull), for keyboard - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (4:33)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  13. 13 Sancte Deus, motet (antiphon) for 4 voices, P. 98 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (5:55)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
Disc 2
  1. 1 Lamentations (of Jeremiah), 1st lesson for 5 voices, P. 102 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (9:36)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  2. 2 Lamentations (of Jeremiah), 2nd lesson for 5 voices, P. 110 - David Willcocks & Thomas Tallis (15:01)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byDavid Willcocks
    Performed byDavid Willcocks, Choir of King's College, Cambridge
  3. 3 Te Deum, for 5 voices - Thomas Tallis & St. John's College Choir, Cambridge (9:07)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byGeorge Guest
    Performed bySt. John's College Choir, Cambridge, George Guest
  4. 4 Jam lucis orto sidere, for keyboard - Thomas Tallis & St. John's College Choir, Cambridge (1:24)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byGeorge Guest
    Performed bySt. John's College Choir, Cambridge, George Guest
  5. 5 Clarifica me pater (I), for keyboard - Thomas Tallis & St. John's College Choir, Cambridge (0:58)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byGeorge Guest
    Performed bySt. John's College Choir, Cambridge, George Guest
  6. 6 Fantasy, for keyboard - Thomas Tallis & St. John's College Choir, Cambridge (2:14)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byGeorge Guest
    Performed bySt. John's College Choir, Cambridge, George Guest
  7. 7 Audivi vocem, motet for 4 voices, P. 90 - Thomas Tallis & St. John's College Choir, Cambridge (4:20)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byGeorge Guest
    Performed bySt. John's College Choir, Cambridge, George Guest
  8. 8 Dum transisset Sabbatum, motet for 5 voices, P. 257 - Thomas Tallis & Choir of King's College, Cambridge (7:55)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byStephen Cleobury
    Performed byChoir of King's College, Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury
  9. 9 Honor, virtus et potestas, motet for 5 voices, P. 237 - Thomas Tallis & Choir of King's College, Cambridge (6:40)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byStephen Cleobury
    Performed byChoir of King's College, Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury
  10. 10 Loquebantur variis linguis, motet for 7 voices, P. 272 - Thomas Tallis & Choir of King's College, Cambridge (5:01)
    Composed byThomas Tallis
    Conducted byStephen Cleobury
    Performed byChoir of King's College, Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury
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St. John's College Choir, Cambridge Primary Artist
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