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Composer: William Byrd (c.1540–1623)
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  • Music for voices, viols & harpsichord, from a time of persecution

    Sophie Yates (harpsichord)

    I Fagiolini, Concordia

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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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  • 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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  • In Nomine Players, Russell Oberlin

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

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