“Ave verum corpus” is a short Eucharistic chant that has also been set to music by various Musical settings include Mozart’s motet Ave verum corpus (K. ), as well as settings by William Byrd and Sir Edward Elgar. Not all composers set the . The Ave Verum Corpus, a 14th century hymn that is sung during a mass’s Eucharistic consecration, is one of the most widely used texts. Ave verum corpus, Natum de Maria virgine; Vere passum immolatum. In crucis pro homine. Cuius latus perforatum. Unda fluxit sanguine. Esto nobis.

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Ave verum corpus (William Byrd)

From the fanfare-like opening of Exultate Deo and its soul-mates by Viadana, Gabrieli, Byrd and Monteverdi, through the linear beauties of Ave verum corpus as set by Byrd and Philips and Parsons’ Ave Mariathe imploring devotion of Lotti’s incomparable Crucifixus and the serenity of Tallis’s O nata luxall is brought glowingly alive.

Today no composition by Byrd is performed and recorded more often than this one, partly because it is such a gem, partly because it offers such rich opportunities for expressive singing, and partly because it is technically not hard for choirs to sing.

Ave verum corpus at Evensong: Jahrhundert wieder in ihr Repertoire aufnahmen. Ave verum corpus beim Evensong: LaudibusMichael Brewer conductor. The programme is deftly chosen and Laudib Jesus College Choir continues its much-praised series of recordings with a new album of works by Britten and Byrd.

The Cambridge SingersJohn Rutter conductor. Winchester Cathedral ChoirDavid Hill conductor.

Eighteen of William Byrd’s most perfect motets illuminate a journey through the Church’s year in the company of perhaps the world’s most famous choir. The Tallis ScholarsPeter Phillips conductor.

Filmed performances of sacred music by William Byrd together with a documentary on the troubled times that produced some of the most intimate gerum passionate sacred music ever written. His music for the Anglican Church has been sung without interruption since the 16th century.

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In stark contrast his Catholic music was not heard for over years. Westminster Cathedral ChoirMartin Baker conductor. Westminster Cathedral Choir is enjoying a vintage period, and here we hear its trademark sound in al Drawn from three key periods: Brd the hallowed spaces of Canterbury Cathedral with their singing for the first time inthe Girls here join the Men of the Cathedral Choir in a sequence of anthems from Tallis and Byrd to Howells and Leighton.


Armonico ConsortChristopher Monks conductor. Crossing several centuries, from the sixteenth to the present day this album displays how every avr has been inspired to use both sacred and secular music as a powerful medium to express their personal emotions.

It would make an ideal gift for any lover of the tradition’ Cathedral Music ‘Bargain of the month’ The first of three volumes featuring The Tallis Scholars’ finest recordings, one for each decade, and each offering over five hours of the award-winning performances that helped establish Renaissance Polyphony as one of the great repertoires of we Sacred Music in the Renaissance, Vfrum.