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Christopher Gibbons: Motets, anthems, fantasias & voluntaries


Duplicated from (harmonia mundi Academy of Ancient Music, The Choir of the AAM and Richard Egarr "Christopher Gibbons: Motets, anthems, fantasias & voluntaries") Born into an English musical family, organist & composer Christopher Gibbons (1615-1676) probably received early training from his famous father Orlando Gibbons. He sang in the choir of the Chapel Royal and went on to a distinguished career at Westminster Abbey and in the court of Charles II. With this showcase programme of motets, anthems, fantasias for strings, and organ voluntaries (all of which are receiving their first recording), Richard Egarr, the Academy of Ancient Music and the Choir of the AAM, aim to rescue the composer from unjust obscurity.

 
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01 Not unto us, O Lord 04:58 $ 1.34 USD
02 Voluntarie in C 04:08 $ 1.12 USD
03 Above the Stars my Saviour dwells 06:28 $ 1.75 USD
 
  Composer: Christopher Gibbons
  Fantasy-suite in d 06:55
04 I. [Fantasy] 03:07 $ 0.84 USD
05 II. Allman 01:45 $ 0.47 USD
06 III. Galliard 02:03 $ 0.55 USD
 
07 Ah, my Soul, why so dismayed 02:38 $ 0.71 USD
08 Organ Voluntary in C 02:21 $ 0.63 USD
09 O bone Jesu 03:25 $ 0.92 USD
10 A Voluntary for ye Duble Organ in a 05:39 $ 1.53 USD
11 Fantasia 04:37 $ 1.25 USD
12 The Lord said unto my Lord 05:02 $ 1.36 USD
13 Verse for the Double Organn in d 04:19 $ 1.17 USD
 
  Composer: Christopher Gibbons
  Fantasy-suite in F 11:47
14 I. Pavan 07:25 $ 2.00 USD
15 II. Allman 01:33 $ 0.42 USD
16 III. Courante 01:39 $ 0.45 USD
17 IV. Saraband 01:10 $ 0.32 USD
 
  Album total 01:02:17
ComposerChristopher Gibbons
EnsembleAcademy of Ancient Music
The Choir of the AAM
ConductorRichard Egarr

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