Music by Thomas Tallis

Music by Thomas Tallis

Music by Thomas Tallis
Director of Music: 
Christopher Robinson
Release date: 
April 1996
Featuring: 
  • Robert Woolley (Organ)
Record label: 
Chandos
Catalogue number: 
Chandos CHAN 0588

Track list

  1. Salvator mundi, salva nos
  2. Antiphon: Gloria tibi Trinitas
  3. Hymn: Ist confessor Domini sacratus
  4. Salvator Mundi
  5. Hymn: Jam lucis orto sidere
  6. Hymn: Ex more docti mistico
  7. Videte miraculum
  8. Hymn: Ecce tempus idoneum I
  9. Hymn: Ecce tempus idoneum II
  10. Jam Christus astra ascenderat
  11. Hymn: Veni Redemptor gentium I
  12. Hymn: Veni Redemptor gentium II
  13. Quod chorus vatum
  14. Antiphon: Clarifica me pater I
  15. Antiphon: Clarifica me pater II
  16. Antiphon: Clarifica me pater III
  17. O nata lux de lumine
  18. A Point
  19. Antiphon: Natus est nobis hodie
  20. Laudate Dominum

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