York Early Music Festival 2015


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Adam Tomlinson presents the first of two live concerts from the 2015 York Early Music Festival. Tonight The Sixteen directed by Harry Christophers perform works by two Spanish Renaissance composers, Francisco Guerrero and Alonso Lobo, who flourished in the cosmopolitan surroundings of 16th-century Seville.

Guerrero: Duo Seraphim

Lobo: Kyrie from Missa Maria Magdalene

Lobo: Libera me

Guerrero: Gloria from Missa Surge propera

Guerrero: Laudate Dominum

Guerrero: Maria Magdalene


Guerrero: Credo from Missa de la batalla escoutez

Guerrero: Vexilla Regis

Lobo: Ave Regina coelorum

Lobo: Ave Maria

Lobo: Versa est in luctum

Guerrero: Agnus Dei I and II from Missa Congratulamini mihi.

02Radio 3 Live In Concert20150709Adam Tomlinson presents our second live concert from this year's York Early Music Festival.

Tonight vocal ensemble The Clerks mark the 600th anniversary year of the Battle of Agincourt with a programme of music associated with the court of Henry V, performed in the Quire of York Minster.

Anon: Deo gracias, Anglia (part the first)

Henry: Gloria

Henry: Sanctus

Sarum Chant: Benedictus Mariae Fillius

Damett: Salvatoris mater

Sarum Chant: Beata progenies

Power: Beata progenies

Sarum Chant: Respond: Gloria patri geniteque

Dunstaple: Credo from Missa Da gaudiorum premia

Damett: Beata Dei genitrix

Sturgeon: Salve mater Salve templum


Anon: Deo gracias, Anglia (part the second)

Sarum Chant: Alma redemptoris mater

Forest: Ascendit Christus

Sarum Chant: Ab inimicis nostris

Cooke: Alma proles

Dunstaple: Sanctus from Missa Da gaudiorum premia

Forest: Qualis est dilectus

Sarum Chant: Hymn: Veni creator spiritus

Dunstaple: Veni Sancte Spiritus Veni creator.