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CSMF 2019 presents Gesualdo Six – O Hearken: Music from the British Isles from the 15th to 21st centuries

Friday 19 July 2019
Our Lady and the English Martyrs Catholic Church, CB2 1JR
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Gesualdo Six
Owain Park director
 
Thomas Tallis  Te lucis ante terminum
William Byrd  Miserere mihi Domine
Jonathan Seers Look down, O Lord       
John Taverner Quemadmodum  
Owain Park On the Infancy of our Saviour
Thomas Tallis Tunes for Archbishop Parker’s Psalter  
John Plummer Tota pulchra es  
Thomas Tallis If ye love me  
David Bednall Put out into the deep  
Thomas Tallis Loquebantur  
Joby Talbot The Wishing Tree  
Cheryl Frances-Hoad The Promised Light of Life  
Owain Park Phos hilaron  
William Cornysh Ave Maria Mater Dei  
Roxanna Panufnik O Hearken  
Joanna Marsh  Two movements from ‘Arabesques’            
Two Spirituals   arr. Dale Adelmann
 
The spacious Gothic Revival interior of OLEM (Our Lady and the English Martyrs) is the perfect setting for this wide-ranging programme of choral music from the British Isles from the 15th to 21st centuries. Formed in 2014, the Gesualdo Six has already established a reputation as an exceptional vocal consort comprising some of the UK’s finest young singers – giving over a hundred performances in their first four years and releasing the critically-acclaimed recording English Motets on the Hyperion label. This evening’s programme reflects their journey from an initial focus on early music to a growing interest in contemporary choral works – a refreshing juxtaposition of renaissance polyphony alongside some of the most exciting names in modern music.
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