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Refuge from the Flames - Ben Davies (baritone); Ben Davies (bass); David Clegg (counter tenor); Edward McMullan (counter tenor);...
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  1. Miserere mei Deus (Psalm 51), motet for chorus
  2. Iesu, sommo conforto, motet
  3. Alma, che si gentile, motet
  4. Che fai qui, core?, motet
  5. Ecce quam bonum, motet
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  1. Miserere mei Deus (Psalm 51), motet for chorus
  2. Iesu, sommo conforto, motet
  3. Alma, che si gentile, motet
  4. Che fai qui, core?, motet
  5. Ecce quam bonum, motet
  6. Letamini in Domino, motet for 6 voices
  7. Infelix ego, motet for 6 voices (SMez ATBarB)
  8. Infelix Ego, for voices (after Wm. Byrd)
  9. O quam dulcis, motet
  10. Tristitia Obsedit Me, motet
  11. Ecce, quomodo moritur iustus, motet
  12. Tristitia obsedit me, motet for 4 voices
  13. Miserere, for chorus
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It takes a bit of reading of small, brutally lightface, sans serif print to figure out what's going on here, but once you do, you're rewarded with a truly superb album of Renaissance and contemporary a cappella choral music that captures what Renaissance singers and hearers would have found significant in the music they heard. There are several interesting aspects to the program, any one of which might be enough to make Refuge from the Flames worth your time and money. It begins with two versions of the old chestnut ...

Refuge from the Flames 2016, Harmonia Mundi

UPC: 3149020610329

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