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Eton Choirbook

The Huelgas Ensemble sings 15th-century English polyphony from the Eton Choirbook in a concert given at the 2014 International Sacred Music Festival in Fribourg, Switzerland.

The Huelgas Ensemble directed by Paul van Nevel sing 15th-century English polyphony from the sumptuous Eton Choirbook at the 2014 International Sacred Music Festival in Fribourg, Switzerland. Their programme features a seven-voice Salve Regina, the only known work by John Sutton - its first-ever UK broadcast - and the Stabat Mater for six voices by the leading composer in the Eton Choirbook, John Browne.

58 minutes

Music Played

  • John Sutton

    Salve Regina, for seven voices (from the Eton Choirbook)

    Ensemble: Huelgas Ensemble. Director: Paul Van Nevel.
  • William Horwood

    Magnificat, for five voices (from the Eton Choirbook)

    Ensemble: Huelgas Ensemble. Director: Paul Van Nevel.
  • John Browne

    Stabat Mater Dolorosa, for six voices (from the Eton Choirbook)

    Ensemble: Huelgas Ensemble. Director: Paul Van Nevel.
  • Robert Wylkynson

    Salve Regina, for nine voices (from the Eton Choirbook)

    Ensemble: Huelgas Ensemble. Director: Paul Van Nevel.

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