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Cambridge Singers
Byrd: Motets and Anthems

Song NameComposer
Sing JoyfullyWilliam Byrd
Turn our captivityWilliam Byrd
Praise our Lord, all ye GentilesWilliam Byrd
Emendemus in MeliusWilliam Byrd
Siderum RectorWilliam Byrd
Plorans plorabitWilliam Byrd
Visita, quaesumus DomineWilliam Byrd
Attollite portasWilliam Byrd
Laudibus in SanctisWilliam Byrd
Gaudeamus omnesWilliam Byrd
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam Byrd
Veni, Sancte SpiritusWilliam Byrd
Christus resurgensWilliam Byrd
Solve iubente DeoWilliam Byrd
O Magnum MysteriumWilliam Byrd
Non vos relinquamWilliam Byrd
O quam suavisWilliam Byrd
Justorum animaeWilliam Byrd

Directed by John Rutter

This recording presents a selection of fifteen of the 150 or so Latin motets and three of the dozens of English anthems that, between them, form the greater part of the life's work of William Byrd (1543-1623), the greatest English composer of his era. The chosen motets and anthems represent just some of the many facets of Byrd's sacred music, now recognized after three centuries of neglect as among the most glorious every written for choir.

Item code: 6999C | 1 CD | $11.98 add item to cart
Early Music | A Cappella | Mixed | England

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