Following The Sixteen's hugely successful album, "Song of the Nativity," which featured Christmas music from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, this new seasonal offering explores a stunning selection of festive works from the Renaissance. The Sixteen captures the joy and sincerity of the most wonderful of seasons, from the joyous simplicity of plainsong chants 'Resonemus laudibus' and 'Veni, veni Emmanuel' to the shining purity of Lassus' polyphonic 'Videntes stellam Magi' and Byrd's jubilant 'This day Christ was born.' This album provides a perfect alternative to traditional carols for those looking for something a little different at Christmas. "The Sixteen gives a masterclass in the art of unaccompanied singing, and in close emotional engagement with the pieces chosen... It puts the music front and centre, in this beautifully realized Christmas sequence." (BBC Music Magazine)
Following The Sixteen's hugely successful album, "Song of the Nativity," which featured Christmas music from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, this new seasonal offering explores a stunning selection of festive works from the Renaissance. The Sixteen captures the joy and sincerity of the most wonderful of seasons, from the joyous simplicity of plainsong chants 'Resonemus laudibus' and 'Veni, veni Emmanuel' to the shining purity of Lassus' polyphonic 'Videntes stellam Magi' and Byrd's jubilant 'This day Christ was born.' This album provides a perfect alternative to traditional carols for those looking for something a little different at Christmas. "The Sixteen gives a masterclass in the art of unaccompanied singing, and in close emotional engagement with the pieces chosen... It puts the music front and centre, in this beautifully realized Christmas sequence." (BBC Music Magazine)
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Format: CD
Label: CORO
Rel. Date: 10/05/2018
UPC: 828021616723

A Renaissance Christmas
Artist: The Sixteen
Format: CD
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Following The Sixteen's hugely successful album, "Song of the Nativity," which featured Christmas music from the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, this new seasonal offering explores a stunning selection of festive works from the Renaissance. The Sixteen captures the joy and sincerity of the most wonderful of seasons, from the joyous simplicity of plainsong chants 'Resonemus laudibus' and 'Veni, veni Emmanuel' to the shining purity of Lassus' polyphonic 'Videntes stellam Magi' and Byrd's jubilant 'This day Christ was born.' This album provides a perfect alternative to traditional carols for those looking for something a little different at Christmas. "The Sixteen gives a masterclass in the art of unaccompanied singing, and in close emotional engagement with the pieces chosen... It puts the music front and centre, in this beautifully realized Christmas sequence." (BBC Music Magazine)