Rune of Hospitality
Rune of Hospitality (DXL 1012)
Counter-tenor Mark Chambers explores 20th century English song with the cycles of Ralph Vaughan Williams and Edmund Rubbra together with Rubbra's striking Eight Preludes for piano.  The disc also features artwork by professional artist Benedict Rubbra, the composer’s son. View Booklet View on iTunes View on The Classical Shop
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Flower of Cities All
Flower of Cities All (DXL 1118)
The English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble celebrate the Music of Renaissance London.  This recording is representative of the music that was heard and played in London during what is rightly referred to as the 'Golden Age' of English music making. The sheer variety of music available from such a teeming and diverse metropolis is astonishing and this collection finds this specialist ensemble with guest vocalist, Mark Chambers (counter tenor) exploring the works of Anthony Holborne, William, Byrd, John Dowland, John Adson and Giles Farnaby among others. View on iTunes View on The Classical Shop
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A Hanseatic Festival
A Hanseatic Festival -German Renaissance Music (DXL 1088)
The music of the Stadtpfeifer played a vital role in the life of early 17th century Germany. This disc features music from this period based around the theme of the winter festival. The English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble are joined by early woodwinds, keyboard, lute and voice in this fascinating programme originated by Keith McGowan and features counter tenor Mark Chambers. View Booklet View on iTunes View on The Classical Shop
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