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Composer: William Byrd (c.1540–1623)
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  • Psalmes, Sonets & Songs of sadnes and pietie

    Alamire, Fretwork, David Skinner

    The real beauty of these readings...is the singers’ poetic nuancing of the texts, which they articulate with glassy clarity. The members of Fretwork play with characteristic grace, weaving gossamer... More…

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  • Tudor & Jacobean music for private devotion

    Stile Antico & Fretwork

    a varied treasure trove of seldom heard but extremely affecting music, nicely sung and spliced together with some darkly-glittering string In Nomines played by Fretwork...[They] easily persuade... More…

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  • In Nomine Players, Russell Oberlin

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  • Ensemble Plus Ultra, Robert Quinney (organ), Clare Wilkinson (alto)

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  • Stefan Roberts (treble) & Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor)

    Fretwork & The Choir of Magdalen College, Bill Ives

    This disc is a benchmark - of interpretation, scholarship and programming. Both its interpretation and its dramatic re-contextualization of Byrd make even the utterly familiar (e.g. 'O Lord make... More…

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  • Music for voices, viols & harpsichord, from a time of persecution

    Sophie Yates (harpsichord)

    I Fagiolini, Concordia

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