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The title of this release by the male quartet New York Polyphony refers to a poem by the martyred Catholic poet Robert Southwell, reproduced in the CD packaging. The idea of performing these works with a vocal quartet, which is certainly not how they were originally performed, appears to be that the pieces involved have an inward, secret quality resulting from the persecution of Catholics in England. Reactions to the album as a whole will likely to depend on how listeners feel about hearing Renaissance choral works sung by a quartet, and in parts of the album the medium undoubtedly contributes to the message. There's a lot to be said for hearing Byrd's Mass for four voices performed this way, for the way Byrd uses polyphony to sculpt out the words of the Catholic mass comes through with unusual clarity here. The same is true to a lesser extent of Thomas Tallis' Mass for four voices. From there the logic of the program breaks down; the Missa sine nomine of the little known early Renaissance composer John Plummer shares the gently lyrical but still essentially impersonal language of John Dunstable, and the three contemporary pieces are of a different emotional flavor. Of the sheer sensuous beauty of New York Polyphony's singing there can be little question, and the group is given a luxuriant environment in which to flourish by the BIS engineering team, working in Sweden's small, stark Länna church from the Gothic era. The question is whether the sound matches the music. Sample a bit: the music may grab you instantly, or you may find it strangely mannered.

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Mass a 4 (William Byrd)

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Mass a 4: Kyrie eleison 00:01:55

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - William Byrd, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

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Mass a 4: Gloria 00:05:38

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - William Byrd, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

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Mass a 4: Credo in unum Deum 00:07:39

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - William Byrd, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

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Mass a 4: Sanctus - Benedictus 00:03:31

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - William Byrd, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

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Mass a 4: Agnus Dei 00:03:04

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - William Byrd, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

A Collloquy with God (Sir Richard Rodney Bennett)

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A Colloquy with God 00:03:36

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Richard Rodney Bennett, Composer - Thomas Browne, Lyricist

2013 BIS

Missa Sine nomine (John Plummer)

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Missa Sine nomine: Kyrie omnipotens Pater 00:05:00

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - John Plummer, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

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Missa Sine nomine: Gloria in excelsis Deo 00:04:52

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - John Plummer, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

9
Missa Sine nomine: Credo in unum Deum 00:05:17

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - John Plummer, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

10
Missa Sine nomine: Sanctus - Benedictus 00:05:40

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - John Plummer, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

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Missa Sine nomine: Agnus Dei 00:05:10

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - John Plummer, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

Kyrie IV: Cunctipotens genitor Deus (Andrew Smith)

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Kyrie IV: Cunctipotens genitor Deus 00:03:44

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Anonymous, Lyricist - Andrew Smith, Composer

2013 BIS

Mass for 4 Voices (Thomas Tallis)

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Mass for 4 Voices: Gloria in excelsis Deo 00:04:58

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Thomas Tallis, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

14
Mass for 4 Voices: Credo in unum Deum 00:05:43

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Thomas Tallis, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

15
Mass for 4 Voices: Sanctus - Benedictus 00:05:23

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Thomas Tallis, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

16
Mass for 4 Voices: Agnus Dei 00:03:41

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Thomas Tallis, Composer - Darwin, Charles, Lyricist

2013 BIS

Ite miss est (Gabriel Jackson)

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Ite miss est 00:03:01

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Anonymous, Lyricist - Gabriel Jackson, Composer

2013 BIS

Albumbeschreibung

The title of this release by the male quartet New York Polyphony refers to a poem by the martyred Catholic poet Robert Southwell, reproduced in the CD packaging. The idea of performing these works with a vocal quartet, which is certainly not how they were originally performed, appears to be that the pieces involved have an inward, secret quality resulting from the persecution of Catholics in England. Reactions to the album as a whole will likely to depend on how listeners feel about hearing Renaissance choral works sung by a quartet, and in parts of the album the medium undoubtedly contributes to the message. There's a lot to be said for hearing Byrd's Mass for four voices performed this way, for the way Byrd uses polyphony to sculpt out the words of the Catholic mass comes through with unusual clarity here. The same is true to a lesser extent of Thomas Tallis' Mass for four voices. From there the logic of the program breaks down; the Missa sine nomine of the little known early Renaissance composer John Plummer shares the gently lyrical but still essentially impersonal language of John Dunstable, and the three contemporary pieces are of a different emotional flavor. Of the sheer sensuous beauty of New York Polyphony's singing there can be little question, and the group is given a luxuriant environment in which to flourish by the BIS engineering team, working in Sweden's small, stark Länna church from the Gothic era. The question is whether the sound matches the music. Sample a bit: the music may grab you instantly, or you may find it strangely mannered.

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