Sunday 20 March, 7.30pm at St Martin's Church
Renaissance Music on a Grand Scale
A celebration for Early Music Day 2022, including movements from the 10-voice Mass 'Dum sacrum mysterium' by Robert Carver and the ‘Earthquake’ Mass by Antoine Brumel.
An event to celebrate early music in Europe for Early Music Day 2022.
The programme will include movements from the 10-voice Mass ‘Dum sacrum mysterium’ by Robert Carver and the ‘Earthquake’ Mass by Antoine Brumel.
Deborah Roberts director
Members of The English Cornett & Sackbut Ensemble
This event will also be broadcast online as part of Early Music Day 2022 on Monday 21 March 2022. You can watch the broadcast for 7 days on the Festival’s YouTube channel.
c.1460–1512/13 Missa Et ecce terrae motus: Kyrie and Gloria
c.1490-1547? Mass 'Dum sacrum mysterium': Creed
Cipriano de Rore
1515 or 1516–1565 Descendi in hortum meum
Giaches de Wert
1535–1596 Vox in Rama (instrumental)
Rore Miserere nostri (men’s voices)
Rore Ave Regina caelorum
Brumel Missa Et ecce terrae motus: Sanctus
c.1490–1545 Te Deum (instrumental with chant)
Carver Mass 'Dum sacrum mysterium': Agnus Dei