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Canty, Rebecca Tavener, with William Taylor (harp)

The voices are pure, beautifully tuned and finely balanced even at the tightest, most radiant dissonances...Taylor's various harps have an honest, rustic appeal...Top-quality singing with the... More…

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anon.: Salve splendor [14th Century, Inchcolm Antiphoner]

1:03
  • Canty

MacMillan: The Strathclyde Motets

4:29
  • Canty

The Strathclyde Motets: Os mutorum

4:29

anon.: Confessor Dei [14th Century, Inchcolm Antiphoner]

0:57
  • Canty
  • William Taylor (harp)

Moody, I: O quam mirabilis

3:57
  • Canty

anon.: Green grow the rushes [18th Century, Scotland]

2:33
  • Canty
  • William Taylor (harp)

McGlynn: Lorica

5:21
  • Canty

McGarr: Flower Garland

3:53
  • Canty

anon.: 5 Lauds Antiphons [Office for St. Brigit]

3:25
  • Canty

anon.: Inviolata, integra et casta es, Maria [St. Andrews Music Book]

2:53
  • Canty

anon.: Through the wood Laudie [17th and 18th Century, Scotland]

4:23
  • Canty
  • William Taylor (harp)
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Metcalf, Joanne: Shining Light

5:49
  • Canty

Beatus Gallus

3:16
  • Canty

Rowe, Rebecca: There is nothing brighter than the sun

2:25
  • Canty

A solis occasu

2:40
  • Canty

Jackson, Gabriel: Ubi flumen praesulis

4:44
  • Canty

anon.: Sacrosanctam Kentegernus

1:58
  • Canty

McCarthy, J: The Stars in their Courses

3:42
  • Canty

2 Hadiths

9:15
  • Canty
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