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Composer: Lambe, Walter (1450-1504)

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Year of birth1450
Year of death1504
NationalityUnited Kingdom
April 2019
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LondonPlatinum Choral Workshop - Magnificat: Pärt, Lassus & Lambe

Platinum Choral Workshop - Magnificat: Pärt, Lassus & Lambe
Pärt, de Lassus, Lambe
Scott Inglis-Kidger; Platinum Consort

LondonThe Secrets of Heaven

Dunstaple, Power, Pyamour, Plummer, Trouluffe, Lambe
The Orlando Consort
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The Tudor dynasty: Alamire perform at Cadogan Hall

Some of England’s greatest choral music dates from the period of political and religious upheaval during the late 15th to early 17th centuries, when composers were having to adapt to new monarchs and changes to the church service almost as frequently as they would have changed their shirts.
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New York Polyphony's UK Debut at Cadogan Hall

Matching ties. Sharp suits. As they strode onto Cadogan Hall's stage, New York Polyphony were already living up to their image, one hand-tailored to New York's intellectual, social-media savvy hipsters. It wasn't long before they proved that style went hand-in-hand with substance, in a programme outstanding in vocalism and musicality.
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Orlando Consort - "The Call of the Phoenix"

Generally when we think of the first great flowering of English church music, our minds go to the giants of the Tudor age – Tallis, Byrd, Gibbons and their contemporaries. But as we learned this evening in the company of the Orlando Consort, the rich tradition of English choral music has even earlier origins, back in the priories of the Middle Ages.
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