Erasmus at St Clement’s, 3-4 Nov 2018

Voices and Viols poster 031118Erasmus will be performing at St Clement’s Church, Bridge St, Cambridge on the first weekend in November:

1pm, Saturday 3 Nov 2018: Voices and Viols: Laments of the Renaissance

A one-to-a-part performance with the Cambridge University Consort of Viols. Programme includes:

Plorate filii Israel (from Historia di Jephte) – Giacomo Carissimi (1605-1674)
In nomine XIX ‘Crye’ – Christopher Tye (c.1505-1572/73)
Ye Sacred Muses – William Byrd (c.1540-1623)
When David heard – Thomas Weelkes (1575-1623)
O that most rare breast – William Byrd
The silver swan – Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625)
O Lord in thy wrath – William Byrd
Miserere my maker – Anon
In nomine XV ‘My deathe bedde’ – Christopher Tye
O Death rock me asleep – Anon
Agnus Dei (from the Mass for five voices) – William Byrd
In Nomine XVIII ‘Trust’ – Christopher Tye
Christ rising again – William Byrd

5pm, Sunday 4 November 2018: Choral Eucharist for All Souls with the choir of St Clement’s, director Karol Jaworski

Erasmus Choral Eucharist St Clement’s 041118 To include probably the first UK performance of excerpts from the Officium Defunctorum Novohispanicum by Hernando Franco, the first ‘requiem’ music composed in the New World.

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