Browse: Tallis - When Jesus went into Simon the Pharisee's house
This page lists all recordings of When Jesus went into Simon the Pharisee's house by Thomas Tallis (c.1505-85).
Alamire with Fretwork, David Skinner
Everywhere [Skinner] negotiates an ear-opening path through the changing shapes and densities of Tallis’s ever-fluid formulations; the polyphony is delineated with laser-sharp precision, and... — More…
The Sixteen, Harry Christophers
[The Deer's Cry] is a deceptively easy-looking piece on the page, but keeping its halting, minimalist ground-rhythm pulsing meaningfully, and building the slow-burn crescendo over several minutes... — More…
& other sacred music
The Cardinall's Musick, Andrew Carwood
[Ave, rosa spine spinis]...really brings out the best in the choir, which shows an intelligent sense of direction and a liveliness of execution. The duets in this work are managed very nicely,... — More…
Lamentations and Contrafacta
Chapelle du Roi, Alistair Dixon
Two of the Biblical lessons for Maundy Thursday show Tallis at his most creative and imaginative.
'Incipit lamentatio…' the rising fourth, followed by a descending minor scale, imitated in turn... — More…
Gerd Türk (Evangelist), Bas Ramselaar (Christus), Rogers Covey-Crump (Evangelist), Michael George (Jesus), Emma Kirkby (soprano), Michael Chance (alto), Martyn Hill (tenor) & David Thomas (bass), John Mark Ainsley (Evangelist), Stephen Richardson (Christus), Catherine Bott (Soprano), Paul Agnew...