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Tallis Thomas (1505-1585)

Biography of Tallis Thomas:

Thomas Tallis was admitted as a Lay-Clerk at Canterbury in 1541. Salvator mundi, salva nos is scored for 5-part unaccompanied choir and may well have been written during his time in the Choir. His music is much better known than many of his contemporaries: he survived into the Elizabethan age and wrote music for the Engish liturgy. A substantial selection of motets, including the two in GMCD 7108, were published in Cantiones sacrae in 1575.

CD's with Tallis Thomas
Christ Rising - Music for Holy Week & Easter

ArtNr. GMCD 7222

Come Holy Spirit - Music for the Ascension, Pentecost & Trinity

ArtNr. GMCD 7276

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