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Label:
  Channel Classics - http://www.channelclassics.com/
Serial:
  CCS SA 18902
Title:
  Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal - The Gents
Description:
  "The Gents"
Robert Parsons (c 1530-1570): Ave Maria; Credo quod Redemptor
Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623): Lord, to Thee I make my moan (Psalm 130:1-2); Deliver us, O Lord (Psalm 106:45-46)
William Byrd (1543-1623): Ave Verum Corpus; A Fancie in C major (from Mye Ladye)
William Cornysh (c 1430-1502): Ave Maria, Mater Dei
Robert Whyte (c 1538-1574): Christe, qui lux es et dies (Diapente viol consort); Christe, qui lux es et dies
Anthony Holborne (ca. 1550 1602): Paradizo, The Sighes, The Honi-Suckle (Diapent viol consort)
John Bennet (c 1570-1615): Eliza, her name gives honour
Alfonso Ferrabosco I (1543-1588): Incipit Lamentatio (Jeremiae Prophetae I)
Alfonso Ferrabosco II (1575-1628): In depth no man remembreth Thee
Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656): Remember me, O Lord (Psalm 106:4)
Alfonso Ferrabosco I: Incipit Lamentatio (Jeremiae Prophetae II)
Edward Johnson (1572-1601): Eliza is the fairest Queen
Thomas Tallis (1505-1585): Salvator mundi; Miserere nostri

The Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal
Peter Dijkstra (conductor)
Track listing:
 
Genre:
  Classical - Vocal
Content:
  Stereo/Multichannel
Media:
  Hybrid
Recording type:
  DSD
Recording info:
 

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Reviews: 2

Review by chopchip June 14, 2012
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excellent cd. very enjoyable variety of music

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Review by Russell June 23, 2003
Performance:   Sonics:
This is a disc of mostly unaccompanied 16th century English religious choral works sung (in Latin and English) by what seems to be the Dutch equivalent of Chanticleer, the celebrated all-male a capella chorus based in San Francisco. I'm not an expert in this sort of music by any means, but the group seems to do a very good job and the music is very enjoyable. The choral pieces are interspersed from time to time with short instrumental pieces (a small viol ensemble and solo organ). The recording is absolutely uncanny in its realism, and even on my modest setup (in stereo) it is not difficult at all to imagine the singers performing right in front of you. Another winner from Channel Classics!

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