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Performer: Thomas Tomkins
Genre: Classical
Title: Volume 2 : Songs And Consort Music
Country: US
Released: 1957
Style: Baroque
FLAC version ZIP size: 1492 mb
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More albums from The Ambrosian Singers: Volume 2 : Songs And Consort Music by The Ambrosian Singers. View all albums . The Cries Of London. 1. These Are The Cries Of London Town. 3. 5. The Painter’s Song.

In Nomine, for organ. John Bryan, Red Byrd, Timothy Roberts, Rose Consort of Viols.

Tomkins may have been best known as a composer of madrigals, virginal music, and large full anthems for the Anglican church, and none of those genres is represented. Instead you get consort music, verse anthems with consort, and organ music: small-scale pieces in which subtle contrapuntal art is paramount. Or sometimes not so subtle. Sample the Fantasia XVIII à 6 for viols and note the purple harmonic clashes in which Tomkins reveled in both vocal and instrumental music

Listen to In Nomine II from Thomas Tomkins's TOMKINS: Consort Music for Viols and Voices for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Overview (current section). TOMKINS: Consort Music for Viols and Voices.

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They organized the Ambrosian Singers as a small, professional chorus in 1951. The group's aim was to give authentic, accurate performances of the complex polyphonic choral music of the medieval and Renaissance eras. Its first professional engagement involved the musical illustrations for the BBC Series The History of Western Music, which was primarily Stevens' production. In so doing the group sampled a wide repertory in addition to its primary area of interest. Stevens left the BBC and went to Cornell University in the . in 1955, ending his formal ties with the group. It participated in the great RCA Classic Film Scores series. Aside from purely classical work, it has participated in numerous Christmas albums and appeared on albums with such pop and rock artists as Neil Diamond, Grace Jones, Van Morrison, and Julie Andrews.

TITLE added to MP3 cart. Rose Consort Of Viols. Exclusive Prime pricing. Thomas Tomkins has been referred to as "the last Elizabethen" in that he was the last of his generation that had been schooled in the musical school that was typified by Byrd. All of the music here shows Tomkins to have been a very able composer. Timothy Roberts is a very fine musician, and all the keyboard works are played very well. Similarly, the Rose Consort are as good a viol consort as any (including Fretwork) and make a valuable contribution.

Tracklist

A1 Music Divine
A2 How Great Delight
A3 Pavan In A Minor
A4 O Let Me Live; O Let Me Die
A5 Fantasia A 3
A6 Sure There Is No God Of Love
A7 When I Observe
B1 Oft Did I Marle
B2 Our Hasty Life
B3 Alman A 4
B4 Too Much I Once Lamented
B5 Pavan In F
B6 Was Ever Wretch Tormented
B7 Adieu, Ye City-Prisoning Towers

Credits

  • Composed By – Thomas Tomkins
  • Design – Cynthia Pennell
  • Directed By – Denis Stevens
  • Ensemble – The Ambrosian Singers, The In Nomine Players

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MHS 688 Thomas Tomkins / The In Nomine Players, The Ambrosian Singers, Denis Stevens Thomas Tomkins / The In Nomine Players, The Ambrosian Singers, Denis Stevens - Songs And Consort Music ‎(LP, RE) Musical Heritage Society MHS 688 US Unknown