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Tavener: Canciones Espaņolas; Requiem for Father Malachy - Alastair Hume (counter tenor); Alastair Thompson (tenor); Anthony Holt (baritone); Brian Kay (bass); James Bowman (vocals);...
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  1. Canciones espaņolas, for 2 countertenors (or sopranos), 3 flutes, percussion, organ & harpsichord
  2. Requiem for Father Malachy, for chorus, organ & orchestra
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The inventiveness and originality of these works by John Tavener, written in the early '70s within five years of his breakthrough piece, The Whale, make this a release that should be of interest not only to followers of the composer, but even to fans of new vocal and choral music who aren't particularly taken with the austere "holy minimalism" that has characterized the composer's signature mature style. Tavener wrote Requiem for Father Mulcahy in memory of a priest who was especially fond of the admonition, "Keep the ...

Tavener: Canciones Espaņolas; Requiem for Father Malachy 2009, Lyrita

UPC: 5020926031129

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