New Cambridge Singers, with Newe Vialles and a consort of Cornetts and Sackbuts, led by Jeremy West
A programme ranging over five centuries of choral music, sung here by different combinations of voices, viols and Renaissance brass instruments. The centrepiece of the concert is Giles Swayne’s Everybloom, for choir and viol consort. This contrasts with Tallis 40-part motet which is written for eight choirs of five parts, and the Lassus mass, written for two four-part choirs.
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