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The British choir ORA and its director Suzi Digby have earned both positive critical reception and commercial success with albums combining Renaissance works with new commissions. This makes sense due to the unbroken quality of the English choral tradition, but ORA delves more deeply into the phenomenon with new works by composers who have specifically addressed the influence of Renaissance composers and works. ORA began with Byrd, and here the choir takes up the music of Thomas Tallis. Each of the seven new works here -- ...

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  1. Psalm Tunes (9) for Archbishop Parker's Psalter, for 4 voices
  2. O sacrum convivium (also set as "I call and cry to thee" and "O sacred and holy banquet"), motet for 5 voices, P. 210
  3. Motets (3) in memoriam Thomas Tallis, for chorus: O sacrum convivium
  4. If ye love me, anthem for 4 voices
  5. Reflection on Thomas Tallis' "If ye love me", for chorus
  6. Videte miraculum, motet for 6 voices, P. 293
  7. Videte miraculum, for chorus
  8. Loquebantur variis linguis, motet for 7 voices, P. 272
  9. Many Are the Wonders, song for chorus
  10. O nata lux de lumine, motet (hymn) for 5 voices, P. 209
  11. O Light of Light, for chorus
  12. Te lucis ante terminum (Procul recedant somnia) (I), motet for 5 voices, P. 214
  13. Night Prayer, for soprano & chorus
  14. Archbishop Parker's Psalme 150, for chorus
  15. Tallis Canon, for chorus
  16. Psalm Tunes (9) for Archbishop Parker's Psalter, for 4 voices: Why fum'th in sight
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