Hymns & Responds for the Sarum Rite

Mar 1 2014 - 8:00pm
Mar 1 2014 - 9:30pm

Location(s)

The Church of St. Ignatius of Antioch
552 West End Avenue (Enter on West 87th St.)
New York, NY, 10024
United States
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Performers and/or Faculty: 

Pre-Concert Lecture, 7 PM, Emerson Morgan

John Bradley - Conductor

Rachel Bazaz, Natasha Badillo, Jennifer Little, Nancy Temple – Soprano

Ann Berkhausen, Lianna Portnoy, Andrea Swenson– Alto

David Jangrow, Matthew Krenz, Joe Redd, Joe Twist–Tenor

Anand Dharan, Tod Mijanovich, Tom Marks,  Erik-Peter Mortensen– Bass


During the early 16th-Century in the English Church musical emphasis shifted to include and even emphasize the creation of polyphonic hymns and responses for the daily offices of Matins and Vespers, particularly on Feast Days.  These unique choral compositions, ranging from five to eight vocal parts, enjoyed a glorious revival during the brief reign of Mary I. Composers like Thomas Tallis and John Sheppard took over where Taverner left off leaving a small but glorious legacy of compositions such as Dum transisset sabbatum, Loquebantur variis linguis, and Verbum caro. This is the culmination of music for the Catholic Rite in England, and was unparalleled in Renaissance Europe. Though much of the music was lost during the religious unrest of the 16th and subsequent centuries, this small but exquisite body of work invites the listener into a lost world of elegant music and dramatic liturgical expression.
Phone: 
917-838-4636
Pricing
Cost: 
$25 General Admission, $15 Students & Seniors
Discount to EMA Members: 
yes
Description of Discounts: 
$5 off General Admission
Contact Person: 
John Bradley
Contact Address: 
The Church of St. Ignatius of Antioch
Address cont.: 
552 West End Ave
Contact City: 
New York
Contact State/Province: 
NY
Contact Zip/Postal Code: 
10024
Contact Country: 
USA
Contact Phone Number: 
917-838-4636
Contact Email: 
john@polyhymnia-nyc.org