Be transported to the venerable London Oratory through beautiful music from The London Oratory Schola Cantorum Boys Choir. Presenting music from the English Tudor era including motets by composers such as William Byrd and Thomas Tallis, as well as the magnificaent Missa Euge bone by Christopher Tye.
Comprised of 14 glorious tracks, it is only fitting that the Schola Cantorum would begin their 'Sacred Treasures' series with the glorious sacred music of England.
The Schola has established itself as a leading boys' choir and has recorded numerous soundtracks, including the Lord of the Rings as well as CDs and programmes for tv and radio.
In 2013 the Schola sang at high Mass in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, and was the first visiting choir in history to sing at Vespers there.
Haec dies, John Shepard
Missa Euge bone
Gloria, Christopher Tye
Credo, Christopher Tye
Sanctus, Chistopher Tye
Benedictus, Christopher Tye
Agnus Dei, Christopher Tye
Salvator mundi I, Composed by Thomas Tallis
O nata lux, Thomas Tallis
Ave Maria, Robert Parsons
Ave verum corpus, William Byrd
Haec dies, William Byrd
Civitas sancti tui, William Byrd
Ave verum corpus, Peter Phillips
Ascendit Deus, Peter Phillips