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Music of Inner Harmony sung by the world’s best choirs
Part TWO now available – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuCllGAxV_0
0:00:00 | Samuel Barber – Agnus Dei [Vlaams Radio Koor]
0:07:17 | Gregorio Allegri – Miserere mei, Deus [Tenebrae]
0:18:36 | Edward Elgar – Lux aeterna [Voces8]
0:22:13 | Gabriel Fauré – Cantique de Jean Racine
0:27:02 | Antonio Lotti – Crucifixus a 8 [Trinity College, Cambridge]
0:36:13 | Philip Stopford – Lully, Lulla, Lullay [Ecclesium]
0:40:46 | Henry Purcell – Thou knowest, Lord [Trinity College, Cambridge]
0:43:07 | Sergei Rachmaninov – Bogoroditse Devo [Voces8]
0:46:15 | Henry Purcell – Hear my prayer, O Lord [Ensemble ZENE]
0:48:30 | Thomas Tallis – O nata lux [Gonville and Caius, Cambridge]
0:50:22 | Tavener – Hymn to the Mother of God [Tenebrae]
0:52:37 | Robert Parsons – Ave Maria [Trinity College, Cambridge]
0:58:08 | Henry Purcell – Remember not, Lord, our offences [Trinity College, Cambridge]
1:00:53 | Thomas Tallis – Spem in alium [The Sixteen]
1:09:19 | William Byrd – Agnus Dei (Mass for Four Voices) [Trinity College, Cambridge]
1:12:11 | Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina – Sicut cervus [Westminster Cathedral]
1:16:00 | Carlo Gesualdo – O vos omnes [Trinity College, Cambridge]
1:19:50 | JS Bach – Zion hört die Wächter singen (Wachet auf BWV 140) [Ton Koopman]
1:23:28 | William Byrd – Ne irascaris, Domine [Trinity College, Cambridge]
1:27:08 | William Byrd – Civitas sancti tui [Trinity College, Cambridge]
1:31:18 | Joseph Rheinberger – Abendlied [Voces8]
1:34:08 | John Tavener – Funeral Ikos [Trinity College, Cambridge]
1:41:34 | Charles Villiers Stanford – The Bluebird [Claire College, Cambridge]
1:44:51 | Tomás Luis de Victoria – Ave Maria a 8 [Trinity College, Cambridge]
1:49:40 | Eric Whitacre – Lux aurumque [Winchester Cathedral]
1:54:00 | John Sheppard – Libera nos I [Siglo de Oro]
1:57:23 | Herbert Howells – Requiem aeternam (II) [Gabrieli Consort]
2:01:37 | Ēriks Ešenvalds – The heavens’ flock [Trinity College, Cambridge]
2:05:03 | Arvo Pärt – Magnificat [Trinity College, Cambridge]
2:11:06 | Thomas Tallis – If ye love me
2:13:12 | Frank Martin – Agnus Dei (Mass for Double Choir) [Trinity College, Cambridge]
2:17:01 | Herbert Howells – A Spotless Rose [Byrd Ensemble]
2:20:06 | Russian Kontakion for the Departed [Trinity College, Cambridge]
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