Album · 2011 · 32 Songs. Alamire & David Skinner. Treasures of Tudor England. The Sixteen & Harry Christophers. Tallis: Ave, rosa sine spinis & Other Sacred Music. The Cardinall's Musick & Andrew Carwood.
The 1575 publication Cantiones Sacrae was something of a landmark of English music: a major printed-music collection of the sort that had been appearing on the Continent for much of the 16th century. That's typical of the level of detail with which the music is presented here.
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Complete Cantiones Sacrae 1575. Performer: Alamire/David Skinner.
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Cantiones sacrae or Sacrae cantiones (Latin for "Sacred songs") may refer to: Sacrae cantiones for four, five, six or more voices, 1573 works by Alexander Utendal. Cantiones quae ab argumento sacrae vocantur, 1575 collection by William Byrd and Thomas Tallis. Cantiones sacrae, 1589 and 1591 works by William Byrd. Sacrae cantiones liber primus, 1592 works by Tiburtio Massaino. Cantiones sacrae (Gesualdo), two collections of motets of Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa published in 1603.