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Fower Sovereygnes Reygnes: The Music of Thomas Tallis

When
Saturday March 24, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Where
St Barnabas Church, Ealing, London
Tickets
£20, £17 (concessions), £5 (under 18s/students)
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  1. Sancte Deus, sancte fortis - Thomas Tallis
  2. Audivi vocem de coelo - Thomas Tallis
  3. Gloria, from Mass for four voices - Thomas Tallis
  4. Euge caeli porta - Thomas Tallis
  5. Blessed are those that be undefiled - Thomas Tallis
  6. If ye love me - Thomas Tallis
  7. Hear the voice and prayer - Thomas Tallis
  8. Magnificat from the 'Short Service: Dorian Service' in D - Thomas Tallis
  9. Gaude Gloriosa Dei Mater - Thomas Tallis
  10. Loquebantur variis linguis - Thomas Tallis
  11. Jesu salvator saeculi - Thomas Tallis
  12. Videte miraculum - Thomas Tallis
  13. Suscipe quaeso, Domine - Thomas Tallis
  14. O sacrum convivium - Thomas Tallis
  15. In ieiunio et fletu - Thomas Tallis
  16. Miserere nostri - Thomas Tallis

This concert, featuring special guest ensemble The Marian Consort, explores the music of England’s first iconic composer, charting how his style developed to serve the fluctuating requirements of the four Monarchs under whom he served. In so doing, we follow a period of tremendous social and religious upheaval and trace the genesis of Anglican liturgical music.

Petros Singers is a well-regarded auditioned chamber choir with a reputation for high-quality singing and innovative programmes. We perform a wide-ranging and diverse repertoire, and collaborate with top-class orchestras and soloists in West and Central London.

Richard Bannan is a baritone, conductor and arranger. He sings with many of the country's leading vocal ensembles, including the Choir of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle where he is a lay clerk.

The Marian Consort (directed by Rory McCleery) takes its name from the Blessed Virgin Mary, a focus of religious devotion in the sacred music of all ages. A Gramophone Award-nominated and internationally renowned early music vocal ensemble, The Marian Consort is recognised for its dynamic freshness of approach and innovative presentation of a broad range of repertoire.


Venue
St Barnabas Church, Ealing
Pitshanger Lane
London
London
W5 1QG
England
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