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The Tudor Consort: Allegri, Tallis, Griffiths

The Tudor Consort: Allegri, Tallis, Griffiths: 9pm, Good Friday, 9 April 2004

Greetings, This note is to let you know about an upcoming concert to be given by The Tudor Consort in the next 10 days:

Gregorio Allegri: Miserere mei, Deus Thomas Tallis: Lamentatione Jeremiae Prophetae with additional repertoire by Brahms, Howells, Lasso and David Griffiths in a candle-lit performance 9pm, Good Friday, 9 April Wellington Cathedral of St Paul, Molesworth Street $25 / $15

The season of Lent, and the week leading up to Good Friday in particular, has inspired some of sacred music's finest composition. This atmospheric candle-lit performance presents a selection of the Renaissance's most moving music lent by that period's finest composers - including Allegri's famous Miserere and Tallis's gorgeous Lamentations - as well as repertoire by 19th and 20th century composers. We look forward to seeing you there! With very best regards, Alastair Carey Cantor The Tudor Consort Details on upcoming concerts, performance archives and reviews, past pre-concert talks, and free MP3s: all ready for download at The Tudor Consort's website.

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