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Discography: (US) The Tudor Choir Highlighted by Harmonia Early Music (2010 Oct.)

Contributed by Admin on Jan 22, 2011 - 10:11 PM

The Seattle-based Tudor Choir has been performing Renaissance polyphony and early American music for nearly two decades. The flexible ensemble is made up of twelve core singers and is directed by its founder, Doug Fullington. The choir’s performances and recordings have received international acclaim.

During the 2009-2010 season, the choir performed on the Early Music of the Seattle’s International Series. The program was devoted to the sacred music of four prominent Flemish Renaissance composers—Jacob Vaet, Nicolas Gombert, Jacob Obrecht, and Jacob Clemens non Papa.

Visit the Harmonia Early Music [2] site to hear the full hour long programme. NOTE: the file is in .rm format (Real Audio). If you require a player for playback you may consider the VLC Player [3] as one of your options. (ed.) Please support sites such as Harmonia Early Music.

 

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