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The Tallis Scholars

Tintinnabuli

Repertoire

Tallis
Loquebantur variis linguis
Taverner
Leroy Kyrie
Mouton
Nesciens mater
Arvo Pärt
The Woman with the Alabaster Box; Tribute to Caesar
Tallis
Sancte deus
Sheppard
Libera nos, salva nos (I and II)
Allegri
Miserere
Tallis
Miserere
Arvo Pärt
Triodion; Which was the Son of…

Performers

Peter Phillips
director

2015 sees not only the 80th birthday of the distinguished Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, but also the 500th anniversary of the birth of the Tudor composer, John Sheppard. To link them in a concert programme may seem capricious, but in fact they are aesthetically quite closely linked, in mood if not exactly in style. In fact Pärt’s deeply contemplative language is beautifully reflected in a number of the surrounding renaissance works – Tallis’s Sancte deus, Mouton’s Nesciens mater and Allegri’s Miserere being excellent examples.

Part of Choral at Cadogan 2014-15.

Part of Choral at Cadogan 2014-15

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