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Tudor City

New York Polyphony

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Tudor City is an Avie Records CD by New York Polyphony, a male vocal quartet based out of the city that never sleeps. This disc was recorded in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, a New York City landmark making a comeback in the wake of a devastating fire in 2008 that altered it forever; New York Polyphony makes use of another New York landmark, the illuminated sign atop ex-hotel Tudor City, as a means of illustrating both concept and the front cover of this collection. Tudor City is, for the most part, made up of music that itself has been proven by fire; English service music written around the time of the Tudor Dynasty. It is high in quality and short in supply, as events within the English Reformation wreaked a heavy toll on the sources of such music; however, New York Polyphony presents a handsome selection, ranging from a piece taken from the so-called "Worcester Fragments" dating from the 14th century to music of William Byrd. Music of contemporary composer Andrew Smith is scattered at points throughout the program; it both coalesces and contrasts with the main selection, being similar in texture but considerably different in color and it is decidedly no less attractive than the other music on the program. The Cathedral carries with it a very long decay, which works beautifully in some instances and is less than ideal in others; the long trail of the reverberation sometimes obscuring the carefully wrought polyphony sung by the group. But for most ears it will be fine and throughout this is a very beautifully sung and considered selection; anyone with a taste for unaccompanied vocal music should try it out.~Uncle Dave Lewis

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Ave verum corpus (William Byrd)

1
Ave Verum Corpus 00:04:17

William BYRD, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Gaude Virgo Mater Christi (William Cornysh)

2
Gaude Virgo Mater Christi 00:05:07

William Cornysh, Composer, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Flos Regalis (Andrew Smith)

3
Flos Regalis 00:02:05

Andrew Smith, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

4
Flos Regalis 00:04:07

Anonymous, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

O Come in one to praise the Lord (Thomas Tallis)

5
Nine Tunes from Archbishop Parker's Psalter: Fourth Tune: O Come In One To Praise The Lord 00:01:00

Thomas Tallis, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Expend, o Lord, my plaint (Thomas Tallis)

6
Nine Tunes from Archbishop Parker's Psalter: Sixth Tune: Expend, O Lord, My Plaint of Word 00:01:06

Thomas Tallis, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Surrexit Christus (Andrew Smith)

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Surrexit Christus 00:03:24

Andrew Smith, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Stella Caeli (Walter Lambe)

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Stella Caeli 00:06:49

William Cornysh, Choir - Walter Lambe, Composer - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Speciosa facta es (John Dunstable)

9
Speciosa Facta Es 00:01:57

John Dunstable, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Audivi vocem (Thomas Tallis)

10
Audivi Vocem 00:04:12

Thomas Tallis, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Why fum'th in fight (Thomas Tallis)

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Nine Tunes from Archbishop Parker's Psalter: Third Tune: Why Fum'th In Fight 00:01:15

Thomas Tallis, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

To mock your reign (Andrew Smith)

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To Mock Your Reign 00:04:49

Andrew Smith, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Man blest no doubt (Thomas Tallis)

13
Nine Tunes from Archbishop Parker's Psalter: First Tune: Man Blest No Doubt 00:01:12

Thomas Tallis, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

God grant with grace (Thomas Tallis)

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Nine Tunes from Archbishop Parker's Psalter: Eighth Tune: God Grant With Grace 00:01:19

Thomas Tallis, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Magnificat a 4 (John Taverner)

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Magnificat À 4 00:10:53

John TAVERNER, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

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Magnificat À 4 00:03:19

Andrew Smith, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

In Pace (Christopher Tye)

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In Pace 00:05:51

Christopher Tye, Composer - William Cornysh, Choir - New York Polyphony, MainArtist

(C) 2010 New York Polyphony (P) 2010 New York Polyphony

Albumbeschreibung

Tudor City is an Avie Records CD by New York Polyphony, a male vocal quartet based out of the city that never sleeps. This disc was recorded in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, a New York City landmark making a comeback in the wake of a devastating fire in 2008 that altered it forever; New York Polyphony makes use of another New York landmark, the illuminated sign atop ex-hotel Tudor City, as a means of illustrating both concept and the front cover of this collection. Tudor City is, for the most part, made up of music that itself has been proven by fire; English service music written around the time of the Tudor Dynasty. It is high in quality and short in supply, as events within the English Reformation wreaked a heavy toll on the sources of such music; however, New York Polyphony presents a handsome selection, ranging from a piece taken from the so-called "Worcester Fragments" dating from the 14th century to music of William Byrd. Music of contemporary composer Andrew Smith is scattered at points throughout the program; it both coalesces and contrasts with the main selection, being similar in texture but considerably different in color and it is decidedly no less attractive than the other music on the program. The Cathedral carries with it a very long decay, which works beautifully in some instances and is less than ideal in others; the long trail of the reverberation sometimes obscuring the carefully wrought polyphony sung by the group. But for most ears it will be fine and throughout this is a very beautifully sung and considered selection; anyone with a taste for unaccompanied vocal music should try it out.~Uncle Dave Lewis

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