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The Phoenix Rising (The Carnegie Trust & the revival of Tudor Church Music / Le Carnegie UK Trust et le renouveau de la musique sacrée de l’époque Tudor)

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The rising "phoenix" in the title of this release by the leaderless, 12-voice British choir Stile Antico carries several meanings. The album presents selections from the ten-volume 1920s publication Tudor Church Music, which had a great deal to do with the prevalence of English Renaissance choral music in the general choral scene of today. That book essentially revived the reputation of English music, but it has itself become shrouded in historical mists; the album marks both the original funding of Tudor Church Music by the Carnegie UK Trust and the centenary of that organization in 2013. The Tudor dynasty lasted for nearly 120 years in Britain (from 1485 to 1603), during which a great deal happened, both politically and musically. What you get here is not a greatest-hits selection from that period, but a mix that aims to convey the musical ambitions of the period more broadly. There are several well-known pieces that are part of the arsenal of many standing choirs: Gibbons' O clap your hands and Byrd's Mass for five voices (properly broken up the shorter pieces) and Ave verum corpus. But there are also larger works, in Latin, that let the choir really show its considerable ability to draw fine distinctions of texture. Consider Nolo mortem peccatoris by Thomas Morley, better known for stereotypical madrigals like Now is the month of maying. Nolo mortem peccatoris, a Latin anthem, is touched by Morley's madrigal language. Even more expressive is the harmonically experimental In ieunio et fletu of Tallis seemingly trying to atone for the simplicity of his Anglican church music. This is, in a nutshell, a fine selection of Renaissance choral music, sung by an unusual and extremely virtuosic choir, and well recorded in hybrid multichannel SACD sound (in, unfortunately, a completely unidentified location). Bravo.

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The Phoenix Rising (The Carnegie Trust & the revival of Tudor Church Music / Le Carnegie UK Trust et le renouveau de la musique sacrée de l’époque Tudor)

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1
Ave verum corpus 00:04:07

Stile Antico, Primary - William Byrd, Composer - David Fraser, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi 2013

2
Salvator mundi [I] 00:03:19

Stile Antico, Primary - Thomas Tallis, Composer - Stile Antico, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

3
Kyrie eleison 00:01:35

Stile Antico, Primary - William Byrd, Composer - David Fraser, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

4
Gloria in excelsis Deo 00:05:29

Stile Antico, Primary - William Byrd, Composer - David Fraser, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

5
Nolo mortem peccatoris 00:03:12

Stile Antico, Primary - Thomas Morley, Composer - Stile Antico, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

6
O clap your hands together 00:05:33

Stile Antico, Primary - Orlando Gibbons, Composer - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

7
Credo 00:09:55

Stile Antico, Primary - William Byrd, Composer - David Fraser, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

8
Portio mea 00:06:52

Stile Antico, Primary - Robert White, Composer - David Fraser, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

9
Christe qui lux es et dies [IV] 00:06:22

Stile Antico, Primary - Robert White, Composer - Edward Tambling, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

10
Almighty and everlasting God 00:02:16

Stile Antico, Primary - Orlando Gibbons, Composer - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

11
Sanctus & Benedictus 00:04:29

Stile Antico, Primary - William Byrd, Composer - David Fraser, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

12
In ieiunio et fletu 00:04:37

Stile Antico, Primary - Thomas Tallis, Composer - David Fraser, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

13
Agnus Dei 00:03:46

Stile Antico, Primary - William Byrd, Composer - David Fraser, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

14
O splendor gloriae 00:12:52

Stile Antico, Primary - John Taverner, Composer - Stile Antico, Arranger - Stile Antico, Ensemble

2013 harmoniamundi usa harmonia mundi usa 2013

Descriptif de l'album

The rising "phoenix" in the title of this release by the leaderless, 12-voice British choir Stile Antico carries several meanings. The album presents selections from the ten-volume 1920s publication Tudor Church Music, which had a great deal to do with the prevalence of English Renaissance choral music in the general choral scene of today. That book essentially revived the reputation of English music, but it has itself become shrouded in historical mists; the album marks both the original funding of Tudor Church Music by the Carnegie UK Trust and the centenary of that organization in 2013. The Tudor dynasty lasted for nearly 120 years in Britain (from 1485 to 1603), during which a great deal happened, both politically and musically. What you get here is not a greatest-hits selection from that period, but a mix that aims to convey the musical ambitions of the period more broadly. There are several well-known pieces that are part of the arsenal of many standing choirs: Gibbons' O clap your hands and Byrd's Mass for five voices (properly broken up the shorter pieces) and Ave verum corpus. But there are also larger works, in Latin, that let the choir really show its considerable ability to draw fine distinctions of texture. Consider Nolo mortem peccatoris by Thomas Morley, better known for stereotypical madrigals like Now is the month of maying. Nolo mortem peccatoris, a Latin anthem, is touched by Morley's madrigal language. Even more expressive is the harmonically experimental In ieunio et fletu of Tallis seemingly trying to atone for the simplicity of his Anglican church music. This is, in a nutshell, a fine selection of Renaissance choral music, sung by an unusual and extremely virtuosic choir, and well recorded in hybrid multichannel SACD sound (in, unfortunately, a completely unidentified location). Bravo.

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