Vox patris caelestis–The Rutgers Collegium Musicum

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Program: #10-40   Air Date: Sep 27, 2010

Musicum are back with the huge motet by William Mundy that titles the disc, plus the Missa Euge bone by Christopher Tye and works by Tallis, Shepppard and Taverner.

NOTE: This is the third recording from this ensemble (we have featured them all on the program). The directors are Andrew Kirkman (formerly of the Binchois Consort) and Timothy J. Smith.

From the ensemble's website:

The Collegium Musicum is a small ensemble dedicated to the performance of Renaissance music. The ethos of the Collegium is to bring together a small group of enthusiasts working in an informal atmosphere to explore unjustly neglected repertory from the 'Golden Age' of polyphony. It works intensively on a small group of pieces each semester, presenting them in one or two concerts at the end of the semester.

The CD is on Direct-to-Tape and is # DTR2022.

--Missa Euge bone Christopher Tye (c. 1505_c. 1572)
Sanctus and Benedictus
Agnus Dei

--Reges Tharsis John Sheppard (c. 1505_c. 1559)

--In manus tuas (I) John Sheppard

--Quemadmodum John Taverner (c. 1490_1545)

--Dum transisset Sabbatum John Taverner

--Vox Patris caelestis William Mundy (c. 1529_1591)

Composer Info

Christopher Tye (c. 1505_c. 1572), John Sheppard (c. 1505_c. 1559), John Taverner (c. 1490_1545), William Mundy (c. 1529_1591)

CD Info

# DTR2022.

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