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Anglia Rubet: The Quest for English Polyphony in the 15th Century

When
Saturday June 1, 2019 at 19:30
Where
St Luke's, Chelsea, London
Tickets
£20 (£5 students and under 18s)
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  1. Woefully arrayed - William Cornysh
  2. Albanus roseo retilat - John Dunstable
  3. Alas, alas - Walter Frye
  4. Me lykyth ever the lenger - Anonymous
  5. Sanctus - Roy Henry
  6. Salve Regina - Robert Wilkinson
  7. Il sera pour vous - Robert Morton
  8. Ibo michi ad montem - Leonel Power
  9. Gaude flore virginali - William Horwood
  10. O rosa bella - John Bedyngham
  11. Ave Regina - Walter Frye
  12. Salve Regina - William Cornysh (Sr)

This programme follows English polyphony from the dawn to the dusk of the 15th century, seeking out a variety of styles from English composers writing and working in different regions during this period. The programme includes both sacred and secular polyphonic treasures, including works by Dunstaple, Roy Henry, Frye, Horwood, Cornysh, Wylkynson, and more.

The Dissolution of the Monasteries in England between 1536 and 1541 saw the destruction of a great number of English music manuscripts. Much of the English sacred music which survives from the 15th century is therefore transmitted solely in continental sources. There are a few exceptions, such as the wonderful Eton Choirbook, which gives us a tantalising glimpse into the repertory of sacred music which must have circulated in England at this time, most of which is now lost.


Venue
St Luke's, Chelsea
Sydney Street
London
London
SW3 6NH
England
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