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Streams of Tears - Ben Davies (bass); Eamonn Dougan (bass); Julie Cooper (soprano); Mark Dobell (tenor); The Sixteen (choir, chorus)
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  1. Deus in Auditorium
  2. Mirabilia Testimonia, for 8 voices
  3. Stabat Mater
  4. Transfige, dulcissime Domine, for mixed chorus
  5. Lamentations of Jeremiah
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  1. Deus in Auditorium
  2. Mirabilia Testimonia, for 8 voices
  3. Stabat Mater
  4. Transfige, dulcissime Domine, for mixed chorus
  5. Lamentations of Jeremiah
  6. Tristis est anima mea, for mixed chorus
  7. Versa est in luctum, for mixed chorus
  8. Missa Ave Regina, for mixed choir
  9. Pater Peccavi, motet for mixed choir
  10. Salve Regina, for 8 voices
  11. Ave Regina Caelorum, motet for mixed choir
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The British choir called the Sixteen and its director Harry Christophers have succeeded in bringing the choral music of the Renaissance and Baroque to broad audiences with sunny, attractive sound from its mixed-gender, all-adult forces. Here it turns, no doubt to the delight of those who've already discovered this tradition, to the rich and fascinating music of Spanish-colonial Mexico. Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla was a Spaniard who emigrated to Mexico in midlife and became the choirmaster at the magnificent cathedral in ...

Streams of Tears 2008, Coro

UPC: 828021605925

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