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The Sixteen Choral Pilgrimage Tour 2014


The Sixteen directed by Harry Christophers 
Voice of the Turtle Dove

The Sixteen's promotional video for their 2014 Choral Pilgrimage.



Choral Pilgrimage 2014
 
In 2014 The Sixteen revisits the golden age of
Renaissance polyphony in England, presenting a
stunning programme of music by John Sheppard,
Richard Davy and William Mundy. Britain's glorious
historic buildings provide the perfect setting to
experience the magical sonorities of works such as
Mundy's Vox patris and Sheppard's Gaude, gaude.

Concert Programme
Sheppard: Gaude, gaude, gaude Maria
Mundy: Adolescentulus sum ego
Davy: O Domine caeli terraeque

Interval

Sheppard: Libera nos I and II
Sheppard: In manus tuas I
Davy: Ah, mine heart, remember thee well
Sheppard: In manus tuas III
Mundy: Vox patris caelestis

The Sixteen and Harry Christophers
Wednesday 1st October 2014 7:30pm
Carlisle Cathedral

The Sixteen and Harry Christophers
Thursday 23rd October 2014 7:30pm
Coventry Cathedral

The Sixteen and Harry Christophers
Friday 24th October 2014 7:30pm
Durham Cathedral

The Sixteen and Harry Christophers
Saturday 25th October 2014 7:30pm
Greyfriar's Kirk, Edinburgh

The Sixteen have now launched their dedicated education website which can be viewed at www.thesixteeneducation.com

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