Tallis, Alfred Deller, The Deller Consort - Les Lamentations De Jérémie Le Prophète = The Lamentations Of Jeremiah The Prophet / 5 Hymnes album download
|The Lamentations Of Jeremiah The Prophet|
|1||Incipit Lamentatio Jeremiae||1:10|
|2||Aleph; Quomodo Sedet||2:36|
|5||De Lamentatione Jeremiae||1:36|
|Five Hymns For Alternating Plainsong & Polyphony|
|12||Jesu Salvator Saeculi||5:13|
|13||Deus Tuorum Militum||4:08|
|14||O Nata Lux De Lumine||0:28|
|15||Jam Christus Astra Ascenderat||5:13|
|16||Salvator Mundi Domine||4:08|
- Marketed By – Vanguard Classics
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Vanguard Classics
- Copyright (c) – Vanguard Classics
- Record Company – Arcade Entertainment Holdings
- Baritone Vocals – Maurice Bevan
- Bass Vocals – John Frost
- Composed By – Thomas Tallis
- Conductor [Director] – Alfred Deller
- Countertenor Vocals – Alfred Deller
- Ensemble – The Deller Consort*
- Liner Notes – Denis Stevens, Mark Deller
- Producer – Seymour Solomon
- Soprano Vocals – Eileen McLoughlin (tracks: 12 to 16)
- Tenor Vocals – Gerald English, Wilfred Brown
NotesRecorded Walthamstow Hall, London, 1960.
With a 12-page booklet with notes in French and English, and with lyrics in Latin with English translations.
Actual series title: Édition Alfred Deller
℗ 1960 © 1994
Variant (compared to Tallis*, Deller Consort, Alfred Deller - Lamentations Of Jeremiah): Main title in French and English, different front cover (with photo of Alfred Deller), series title in French, other bar code.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3 351475 062718
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- SPARS Code: ADD
|SRV·287 SD||Thomas Tallis, The Deller Consort*||Thomas Tallis, The Deller Consort* - Lamentations Of Jeremiah / Five Hymns (LP, RE)||Vanguard||SRV·287 SD||US||1968|
|08 5028 71||Tallis*, Deller Consort, Alfred Deller||Tallis*, Deller Consort, Alfred Deller - Lamentations Of Jeremiah (CD, Album)||Vanguard Classics||08 5028 71||Netherlands||1994|
|08202671||Thomas Tallis, Deller Consort||Thomas Tallis, Deller Consort - Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet / Five Hymns (CD-ROM, Album, Mono)||The Bach Guild||08202671||Netherlands||1993|
|HM 5||Thomas Tallis, The Deller Consort*||Thomas Tallis, The Deller Consort* - Lamentations Of Jeremiah / Five Hymns (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Vanguard||HM 5||UK||1973|
|HM 5||Thomas Tallis, The Deller Consort*||Thomas Tallis, The Deller Consort* - Lamentations Of Jeremiah / Five Hymns (LP, Album)||Vanguard||HM 5||US||1972|
Variant (compared to Tallis, Deller Consort, Alfred Deller - Lamentations Of Jeremiah): Main title in French and English, different front cover (with photo of Alfred Deller), series title in French, other bar code. Rights Society: STEMRA. SPARS Code: ADD. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat.Tallis, Deller Consort, Alfred Deller - Lamentations Of Jeremiah (CD, Album).
Lamentations, Hymnes, Cantiones Sacrae, À 5 Voix. The Lamentations Of Jeremiah. 3. Jam Lucis Orto Sidere. 4. Salvator Mundi Domine. 5. Deus Tuorum Militum. 7. Sermone Blando Angelus. Bach: Agnus Dei, Cantates BWV 54 Et 170, Oeuvres De Purcell, Dowland, Parsons, Campian, Berlett. 50 Years Of The Deller Consort. Elizabethan & Jacobean Music. Music Of Henry Purcell, John Jenkins & Matthew Locke. Music In Reims Cathedral And In Notre-Dame De Paris. Lamentations Of Jeremiah. Te Deum & Jubilate Deo.
Alfred George Deller, CBE (31 May 1912 – 16 July 1979), was an English singer and one of the main figures in popularising the return of the countertenor voice in Renaissance and Baroque music during the 20th century. He is sometimes referred to as the "godfather of the countertenor". His style in singing lute song, with extensive use of rubato and extemporised ornamentation, was seen as radical and controversial in his day but is now considered the norm.
2 people found this helpful. We owe Alfred Deller a huge debt of gratitude for his influence in bringing so much Renaissance music, including Tallis's Lamentations, back into the repertoire. This recording originally from 1968 (I think) is a case in point. Sadly though, I don't think it has aged well, influential though it undoubtedly was. These things are a matter of taste, of course, but for me the Deller Consort's sound simply doesn't do justice to this fabulous music.
Thomas Tallis: The Lamentations of Jeremiah Part I 1 Incipit Lamentatio Jeremiae Prophetae 1:13 2 Aleph; Quomodo sedet 2:36 3 Beth 0:29 4 Plorans ploravit 4:11 Part II 5 De Lamentatione Jeremiae Prophetae 1:36 6 Ghimel 0:59 7 Migravit Judas 1:58 8 Daleth 0:32 9 Omnes persecutores 3:27 10 Heth 0:33 11 Facti. sunt 4:47 Five hymns for alternating plainsong & polyphony 12 Thomas Tallis: Jesu salvator saeculi 5:18 13 John Sheppard (attrib. Thomas Tallis (c1505-1585) Lamentations of Jeremiah, Jesu salvator saeculi, Deus tuorum militum, O nata lux de lumine, Jam Christus astra ascenderat, Salvator mundi Domine The Deller Consort, Alfred Deller, director Eileen McLoughlin, soprano (12-16) Alfred Deller, counter-tenor Gerald English, tenor Wilfred Brown, tenor Maurice Bevan, baritone John Frost, bass.