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Cover Art
SOUND RECORD
Author Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585.

Title Tudor church music, vol. I / Thomas Tallis.

Published London, England : Argo, [1965]
℗1965

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank Vinyl L  AV 180  3 HR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY
Uniform title Selections.
Physical description 1 audio disc : 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in.
Notes Sung in Latin.
Program notes by Philip Brett on container; texts with English translations ([3] p.) inserted.
Contents In manus tuas -- In ieiunio et fletu -- Spem in alium -- Te lucis (1) -- Te lucis (2) -- Ecce tempus -- Veni redemptor -- O nata lux -- Salvator mundi -- Derelinquat.
Performers Choir of King's College, Cambridge ; Cambridge University Musical Society ; Andrew Davis, John Langdon, organ ; David Willcocks, conductor.
Notes Recorded in the chapel of King's College, Cambridge.
Other author Davis, Andrew, 1944-
Langdon, John, 1943- performer.
Willcocks, David, 1919-2015, performer.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Cantiones sacrae (1575). In manus tuas. 1965.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. In jejunio et fletu. 1965.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Spem in alium. 1965.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Te lucis ante terminum, no. 1-2. 1965.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Ecce tempus idoneum. 1965.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Veni redemptor gentium. 1965.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Cantiones sacrae (1575). O nata lux de lumine. 1965.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Salvator mundi. 1965.
Tallis, Thomas, approximately 1505-1585. Derelinquit impius. 1965.
King's College (University of Cambridge). Choir, performer.
Cambridge University Musical Society.
Subject Motets.
Part songs, Sacred.
Organ music.
Publisher Number ZRG 436 Argo