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Rutter: Requiem and other Sacred Music cover
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Rutter: Requiem and other Sacred Music
Choir of Clare College, Cambridge / Timothy Brown (director)
[ Naxos / CD - released 15/Jun/2003 ]
Rosette Recording (highest rating) Penguin Stereo Guide - "If your tooth inclines to the sweet, this is one for you." (Gramophone Magazine, May 2003)
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Supersize Polyphany
Armonico Consort, Christopher Monks (musical director), Choir of Gonville & Caius College Cambridge
[ Signum / CD - released 22/May/2019 ]
Supersize Polyphony is a celebration of large-scale choral works from the 16th century, performed here by the Armonico Consort and the Choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, under their musical directors Christopher Monks and Geoffrey...
Missa Cuidez vous que Dieu nous faille cover
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Missa Cuidez vous que Dieu nous faille
The Brabant Ensemble / Stephen Rice
[ Hyperion / CD - released 25/May/2007 ]
'A must-have disc from the Brabant Ensemble … First-rate music stirs this young ensemble to their finest disc yet' (Gramophone Editor's Choice June 2007)
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Tavener conducts Tavener
Cappella Nova, Alan Tavener (conductor)
[ Linn Records / CD - released 20/Oct/2015 ]
Sing as though you are in a state of grace: you won't know what that's like, but it's lovely. (John Tavener, 1990)
Requiem cover
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The King's Singers
[ Signum / CD - released 17/Mar/2013 ]
The King's Singers once again demonstrate their versatility and trademark precision in this new programme devised by leading early-music scholar and conductor David Skinner.