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  • The Choral Pilgrimage 2016: Manchester | The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 | The Sixteen
    to Byrd and the aged Tallis to publish music The result was Cantiones Sacrae a collection of 17 pieces by each of them six of which including the monumental Tribue Domine feature in this programme The long text comes from the book of Meditations attributed to St Augustine and Byrd treats us not only to a variety of vocal combinations but also clear codes to his unswerving Catholic faith Just as in Ad Dominum we hear urgent cries to be heard I speak peace to them and they clamour for war Ego pacem loquebar et illi bellum conclamabant so in Tribue Domine he portrays the kingdom imperium with a certain triumphalism Pärt spent most of his life in Soviet controlled Estonia and for most of his young life it all seemed perfectly normal We had what we had it wasn t until I was older that I began to appreciate what it was to live in the Soviet Union everything enclosed or forbidden In 1979 Pärt and his family acquired exit visas to leave the Soviet Union and moved to Berlin and it was around this time that he began to experiment with tintinnabulation As Pärt himself explains I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played This one note or a silent beat or a moment of silence comforts me I work with very few elements with one voice with two voices I build with the most primitive materials with the triad The three notes of the triad are like bells And that is why I called it tintinnabulation The result is music where the text has total clarity but is highly charged in a very specific manner His setting of the Nunc Dimittis is at times tender and serene but then bursts out

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  • The Choral Pilgrimage 2016: Boughton Aluph | The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 | The Sixteen
    result was Cantiones Sacrae a collection of 17 pieces by each of them six of which including the monumental Tribue Domine feature in this programme The long text comes from the book of Meditations attributed to St Augustine and Byrd treats us not only to a variety of vocal combinations but also clear codes to his unswerving Catholic faith Just as in Ad Dominum we hear urgent cries to be heard I speak peace to them and they clamour for war Ego pacem loquebar et illi bellum conclamabant so in Tribue Domine he portrays the kingdom imperium with a certain triumphalism Pärt spent most of his life in Soviet controlled Estonia and for most of his young life it all seemed perfectly normal We had what we had it wasn t until I was older that I began to appreciate what it was to live in the Soviet Union everything enclosed or forbidden In 1979 Pärt and his family acquired exit visas to leave the Soviet Union and moved to Berlin and it was around this time that he began to experiment with tintinnabulation As Pärt himself explains I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played This one note or a silent beat or a moment of silence comforts me I work with very few elements with one voice with two voices I build with the most primitive materials with the triad The three notes of the triad are like bells And that is why I called it tintinnabulation The result is music where the text has total clarity but is highly charged in a very specific manner His setting of the Nunc Dimittis is at times tender and serene but then bursts out into exhilarating joy The Woman with the Alabaster Box is

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  • The Choral Pilgrimage 2016: Carlisle | The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 | The Sixteen
    she granted a patent to Byrd and the aged Tallis to publish music The result was Cantiones Sacrae a collection of 17 pieces by each of them six of which including the monumental Tribue Domine feature in this programme The long text comes from the book of Meditations attributed to St Augustine and Byrd treats us not only to a variety of vocal combinations but also clear codes to his unswerving Catholic faith Just as in Ad Dominum we hear urgent cries to be heard I speak peace to them and they clamour for war Ego pacem loquebar et illi bellum conclamabant so in Tribue Domine he portrays the kingdom imperium with a certain triumphalism Pärt spent most of his life in Soviet controlled Estonia and for most of his young life it all seemed perfectly normal We had what we had it wasn t until I was older that I began to appreciate what it was to live in the Soviet Union everything enclosed or forbidden In 1979 Pärt and his family acquired exit visas to leave the Soviet Union and moved to Berlin and it was around this time that he began to experiment with tintinnabulation As Pärt himself explains I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played This one note or a silent beat or a moment of silence comforts me I work with very few elements with one voice with two voices I build with the most primitive materials with the triad The three notes of the triad are like bells And that is why I called it tintinnabulation The result is music where the text has total clarity but is highly charged in a very specific manner His setting of the Nunc Dimittis is at times tender and serene

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  • The Choral Pilgrimage 2016: Lancaster | The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 | The Sixteen
    music The result was Cantiones Sacrae a collection of 17 pieces by each of them six of which including the monumental Tribue Domine feature in this programme The long text comes from the book of Meditations attributed to St Augustine and Byrd treats us not only to a variety of vocal combinations but also clear codes to his unswerving Catholic faith Just as in Ad Dominum we hear urgent cries to be heard I speak peace to them and they clamour for war Ego pacem loquebar et illi bellum conclamabant so in Tribue Domine he portrays the kingdom imperium with a certain triumphalism Pärt spent most of his life in Soviet controlled Estonia and for most of his young life it all seemed perfectly normal We had what we had it wasn t until I was older that I began to appreciate what it was to live in the Soviet Union everything enclosed or forbidden In 1979 Pärt and his family acquired exit visas to leave the Soviet Union and moved to Berlin and it was around this time that he began to experiment with tintinnabulation As Pärt himself explains I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played This one note or a silent beat or a moment of silence comforts me I work with very few elements with one voice with two voices I build with the most primitive materials with the triad The three notes of the triad are like bells And that is why I called it tintinnabulation The result is music where the text has total clarity but is highly charged in a very specific manner His setting of the Nunc Dimittis is at times tender and serene but then bursts out into exhilarating joy The Woman with the Alabaster

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  • The Choral Pilgrimage 2016: York | The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 | The Sixteen
    was Cantiones Sacrae a collection of 17 pieces by each of them six of which including the monumental Tribue Domine feature in this programme The long text comes from the book of Meditations attributed to St Augustine and Byrd treats us not only to a variety of vocal combinations but also clear codes to his unswerving Catholic faith Just as in Ad Dominum we hear urgent cries to be heard I speak peace to them and they clamour for war Ego pacem loquebar et illi bellum conclamabant so in Tribue Domine he portrays the kingdom imperium with a certain triumphalism Pärt spent most of his life in Soviet controlled Estonia and for most of his young life it all seemed perfectly normal We had what we had it wasn t until I was older that I began to appreciate what it was to live in the Soviet Union everything enclosed or forbidden In 1979 Pärt and his family acquired exit visas to leave the Soviet Union and moved to Berlin and it was around this time that he began to experiment with tintinnabulation As Pärt himself explains I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played This one note or a silent beat or a moment of silence comforts me I work with very few elements with one voice with two voices I build with the most primitive materials with the triad The three notes of the triad are like bells And that is why I called it tintinnabulation The result is music where the text has total clarity but is highly charged in a very specific manner His setting of the Nunc Dimittis is at times tender and serene but then bursts out into exhilarating joy The Woman with the Alabaster Box is even

    Original URL path: http://www.thesixteen.com/page/the-choral-pilgrimage-2016-york (2016-02-10)
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  • The Choral Pilgrimage 2016: Ealing | The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 | The Sixteen
    music The result was Cantiones Sacrae a collection of 17 pieces by each of them six of which including the monumental Tribue Domine feature in this programme The long text comes from the book of Meditations attributed to St Augustine and Byrd treats us not only to a variety of vocal combinations but also clear codes to his unswerving Catholic faith Just as in Ad Dominum we hear urgent cries to be heard I speak peace to them and they clamour for war Ego pacem loquebar et illi bellum conclamabant so in Tribue Domine he portrays the kingdom imperium with a certain triumphalism Pärt spent most of his life in Soviet controlled Estonia and for most of his young life it all seemed perfectly normal We had what we had it wasn t until I was older that I began to appreciate what it was to live in the Soviet Union everything enclosed or forbidden In 1979 Pärt and his family acquired exit visas to leave the Soviet Union and moved to Berlin and it was around this time that he began to experiment with tintinnabulation As Pärt himself explains I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played This one note or a silent beat or a moment of silence comforts me I work with very few elements with one voice with two voices I build with the most primitive materials with the triad The three notes of the triad are like bells And that is why I called it tintinnabulation The result is music where the text has total clarity but is highly charged in a very specific manner His setting of the Nunc Dimittis is at times tender and serene but then bursts out into exhilarating joy The Woman with the Alabaster

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  • The Choral Pilgrimage 2016: Wells | The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 | The Sixteen
    aged Tallis to publish music The result was Cantiones Sacrae a collection of 17 pieces by each of them six of which including the monumental Tribue Domine feature in this programme The long text comes from the book of Meditations attributed to St Augustine and Byrd treats us not only to a variety of vocal combinations but also clear codes to his unswerving Catholic faith Just as in Ad Dominum we hear urgent cries to be heard I speak peace to them and they clamour for war Ego pacem loquebar et illi bellum conclamabant so in Tribue Domine he portrays the kingdom imperium with a certain triumphalism Pärt spent most of his life in Soviet controlled Estonia and for most of his young life it all seemed perfectly normal We had what we had it wasn t until I was older that I began to appreciate what it was to live in the Soviet Union everything enclosed or forbidden In 1979 Pärt and his family acquired exit visas to leave the Soviet Union and moved to Berlin and it was around this time that he began to experiment with tintinnabulation As Pärt himself explains I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played This one note or a silent beat or a moment of silence comforts me I work with very few elements with one voice with two voices I build with the most primitive materials with the triad The three notes of the triad are like bells And that is why I called it tintinnabulation The result is music where the text has total clarity but is highly charged in a very specific manner His setting of the Nunc Dimittis is at times tender and serene but then bursts out into exhilarating joy The

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  • The Choral Pilgrimage 2016: Milton Keynes | The Choral Pilgrimage 2016 | The Sixteen
    a patent to Byrd and the aged Tallis to publish music The result was Cantiones Sacrae a collection of 17 pieces by each of them six of which including the monumental Tribue Domine feature in this programme The long text comes from the book of Meditations attributed to St Augustine and Byrd treats us not only to a variety of vocal combinations but also clear codes to his unswerving Catholic faith Just as in Ad Dominum we hear urgent cries to be heard I speak peace to them and they clamour for war Ego pacem loquebar et illi bellum conclamabant so in Tribue Domine he portrays the kingdom imperium with a certain triumphalism Pärt spent most of his life in Soviet controlled Estonia and for most of his young life it all seemed perfectly normal We had what we had it wasn t until I was older that I began to appreciate what it was to live in the Soviet Union everything enclosed or forbidden In 1979 Pärt and his family acquired exit visas to leave the Soviet Union and moved to Berlin and it was around this time that he began to experiment with tintinnabulation As Pärt himself explains I have discovered that it is enough when a single note is beautifully played This one note or a silent beat or a moment of silence comforts me I work with very few elements with one voice with two voices I build with the most primitive materials with the triad The three notes of the triad are like bells And that is why I called it tintinnabulation The result is music where the text has total clarity but is highly charged in a very specific manner His setting of the Nunc Dimittis is at times tender and serene but then

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