Album · 1994 · 12 Songs. By Gregorio Allegri - Deborah Roberts, Peter Phillips & The Tallis Scholars. By Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina.
Live In Rome - The Tallis Scholars. Released by Gimell Records Jan 2005 12 Tracks. Live In Rome - The Tallis Scholars is a English album released on Jan 2005. Live In Rome - The Tallis Scholars Album has 12 songs sung by The Tallis Scholars. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Live In Rome - The Tallis Scholars songs on Gaana.
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In February 1994, the Tallis Scholars performed a once-in-a-lifetime concert-a commemoration of the life and music of Palestrina, exactly 400 years after his death. The event took place in Rome at one of the churches, Santa Maria Maggiore, where the composer actually worked. Amazingly, the nave, chancel, the fifth-century mosaics, and ceiling (laid with gold brought by Columbus from the New World) remain just as Palestrina knew them.
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The Tallis Scholars is a British professional early music vocal ensemble normally consisting of two singers per part, with a core group of ten singers. They specialise in performing a cappella sacred vocal music. The group was formed in 1973 by Peter Phillips, who in 1972-1975 was an organ scholar at St John's College, Oxford and studied music with David Wulstan and Denis Arnold.
Gimell CDGIM 211 (2 CD). Vídeos: 1994 - Live in Rome. Gimell GIMDP 903 (DVD - PAL), GIMDN 904 (DVD - NTSC). 2006 - Playing Elizabeth's Tune. Gimell GIMDP 901 (DVD - PAL), GIMDN 902 (DVD - NTSC). Grupos de música antigua.