Tallis Te lucis ante terminum
Byrd Miserere mihi Domine
Joby Talbot The Wishing Tree
Veljo Tormis Lase kiik käia
Gesualdo Three Movements from Tenebrae Responsories
Alison Willis The Wind’s Warning*
Ligeti Three Movements from Nonsense Madrigals
Marenzio Potrò viver io più se senza luce
Palestrina Io son ferito, ahi lasso
Sarah Rimkus My Heart is Like a Singing Bird
Gerda Blok-Wilson O Little Rose, O Dark Rose
Owain Park Phos hilaron
Jacob Beranek Abendgebet*
Joanna Marsh Seeds in Flight
*Winning entries of The Gesualdo Six 2019 Composition Competition
The Gesualdo Six
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Exploring a relationship between old and new, sacred and secular, our programme juxtaposes Tallis with Talbot and Tormis in an exhibition of some of the finest consort works from renaissance and modern-day composers.
Ligeti’s astonishing Nonsense Madrigals are set against the equally astounding harmonic language of Carlo Gesualdo, picking up one movement from each of his three settings of Tenebrae Responsories for Holy Week.
The winning composition of The Gesualdo Six’s second composition competition will be premiered as part of the performance.
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