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Taverner : Missa Gloria Tibi Trinitas

Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford, Contrapunctus, Owen Rees

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Missa Gloria tibi trinitas (John Taverner)

1
Gaude plurimum
00:16:55

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

2
Le roy Kyrie
00:03:18

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

3
Missa Gloria tibi trinitas: I. Gloria
00:12:14

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

4
Missa Gloria tibi trinitas: II. Credo
00:11:09

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

5
Missa Gloria tibi trinitas: III. Sanctus & Benedictus
00:10:11

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

6
Missa Gloria tibi trinitas: IV. Agnus Dei I, II, III
00:09:11

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

7
Ave Maria
00:02:50

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

8
Audivi vocem
00:03:53

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

9
Dum transisset sabbatum
00:06:31

Contrapunctus - Choir of The Queen's College, Oxford - Owen Rees, Conductor - John Taverner, Composer - Adrian Peacock, Producer

© 2019 Signum Records ℗ 2019 Signum Records

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