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A cappella Europe: 700 years of song | Brighton Early Music Festival Singers

Wednesday March 21, 2018 at 20:00
St Martin's Parish Church, Brighton
£20, £16, £12
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  1. Sancte Bonifati martyr - Anonymous
  2. Haec dies - Léonin
  3. Resonet nostra domino caterva - from Codex Calixtinus
  4. Regi perennis glorie - from Codex Calixtinus
  5. Dei testis egregius - from the Lewes Breviary
  6. Beate martyr prospera - from the Lewes Breviary
  7. Vox nostra resonet - from Codex Calixtinus
  8. Pour avoir mon Dieu propice - from Codex Calixtinus
  9. Kyrie, from Messe de Nostre Dame - Guillaume de Machaut
  10. Ave maris stella - Guillaume Dufay
  11. Praeter rerum seriem - Josquin des Prés
  12. The Lord’s Prayer - John Sheppard
  13. Tu es petrus - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
  14. Audivi vocem de caelo - Duarte Lôbo
  15. Selig sind die Toten - Heinrich Schütz
  16. Hear my Prayer, O Lord Z 15 - Henry Purcell
  17. Motet 'Jesu, meine Freude' - Johann Sebastian Bach
  18. King Herod and the cock - Traditional English
  19. Bold Reynard the fox - Traditional English
  20. Sing we now merrily - Thomas Ravenscroft
  21. A round of three country dances in one - Thomas Ravenscroft
  22. Counsel for married folks - Michael Wise
  23. Regina Coeli à 12 - Giovanni Gabrieli

Wednesday March 21st is European Day of Early Music and to celebrate this Brighton Early Music Festival (BREMF) will present a concert entitled A cappella Europe: 700 years of song. The programme will feature all three choirs formed by BREMF in the last several years – the BREMF Consort of Voices, the Singers and the Community Choir. This unique European musical journey through time will include the earliest known 10th-century polyphony, plus a kaleidoscope of works by later composers up to Bach. There will also be anonymous music from 12th century Europe and the 13th century Lewes Breviary.

St Martin's Parish Church
Lewes Road
East Sussex
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