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Byrd: The Three Masses Ave Verum Corpus

£12.00

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A new recording of William Byrd's (1539/40-1623) three Mass-settings by Westminster Cathedral Choir, directed by Martin Baker, Master of Music. These Tudor masterpieces are revealed in their full glory by a world-class Choir that is enjoying a vintage period.

Track Listing:

Mass for five voices............... ...[23'51]

1. Kyrie........................................[1'45]

2. Gloria.......................................[5'08]

3. Credo.......................................[9'16]

4. Sanctus....................................[2'26]

5. Benedictus................................[1'34]

6. Agnus Dei.................................[3'42]

Mass for four voices....................[23'22]

7. Kyrie..........................................[2'14]

8. Gloria.........................................[5'56]

9. Credo........................................[7'46]

10. Sanctus..................................[2'22]

11. Benedictus..............................[1'28]

12. Agnus Dei................................[3'36]

Mass for three voices...................[19'32]

13. Kyrie.........................................[0'41]

14. Gloria........................................[4'45]

15. Credo........................................[7'31]

16. Sanctus.....................................[1'55]

17. Benedictus.................................[1'05]

18. Agnus Dei..................................[3'35]

19. Ave verum corpus - Motet for four voices...[4'43]

 

 

 

 

 

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