The Lamentations of Jeremiah-Part 2: Thomas Tallis
Sacred Music in the English Style

The Lamentations of Jeremiah-Part 2: Thomas Tallis

Sacred Music in the English Style

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The Lamentations of Jeremiah-Part 2: Thomas Tallis

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Very good singing and sound production. I really like this harmony of voices and it resonates with my heart in a big way. When I was 30 years old the man living next to me was listening to Gregorian Chanting singing every night before he went to bed. This was in a big motel in Coos Bay Oregon. I was on the 4th floor and I was renting an apartment there next to him. It was 2001 and he would turn on this music before we went to bed. It helped me fall asleep as well. I never talked to the man but he was about 65 years old. He was from Sweden I think. This song brings back allot of memories also of my Uncle Phil Davison who was an Artist and singer also. He would sing like this at his cottage and he took lessons as well. He died at age 60 of Alcohol overdose in 2014 in North Bend Oregon next to Coos Bay Oregon. Nice Production Erik. I love your music.

United States, California, Sacramento

Medieval Age

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Listening to this soothing work harkens to the Europe's Medieval Age. I am morphed into a falcon, roosted on the cathedral where this song sounds off to the townsfolk ro hear. Excellent work.

United States, Tennessee, USA

Taken

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The music instantly takes you to somewhere lonesome yet satisfying. Nostalgic and refreshing. The beautiful contrapuntal vocal lines enhanced by exquisite harmony. Very nice work.

Japan, Nagano

god is greatness

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I love claasic n everything bout your music Bec is a world classic that wont be forgetting easly u are real putting that energy upfront Keep up you are blessed no lie at all Keep droppin dope

South Africa, gauteng

Amazing Accapella

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Beautiful arrangement, it's been a while since I listened to classical music. You put me in the mood. I enjoyed this , very relaxing. If you ever make it to Hawaii to do a show,im there. Amazing Acapella!

United States, Hawaii, Honolulu

Beautiful work

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What a beautiful and solemn Renaissance work. I hear beautiful voices with skilfull intonation and phrasing, and a fine masterful control of dynamics. This is a work of virtue! Thank you!

Denmark, Frederiksberg

Splendid

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Great job, beautiful voices, very clear and crispy texture. Admire the cool, precise and yet so expressive interpretation of the Lamentations written by a major Renaissance English master. Splendid!

Israel, Jaffa-tel Aviv

Review of The Lamentations of Jeremiah-Part 2: Thomas Tallis

Another great piece of music from Erik-Peter Mortensen. This is a male vocal piece. This has a way of taking you to a nice reverent Biblical setting. I would imagine going back to the times of old walking throughout the Holy Land and seeing many of things of great reflection during that time period. The blend of the vocals sublime. The recording is clear and concise presenting the appropriate tone. Excellent!

United States, Utah, Logan

Nice work

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United States, Indiana, Worldwide

sempre bravissimi

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Italy, Bologna

The Word

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hello good morning thank you so much for allowing me to listening to your music I really love the title I really love listening to your music on your song. Continue to share your music which is your ministry that would be afraid to go to the next level. I love Christina gospel music I grew up on it it's my favorite music in the world did I get to glorify our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to my music. Hope you have a wonderful week does far thank you again please keep me posted keep on giving God the glory to your music and never start sharing the gift of Jesus Christ may God continue to bless you and all that you go to do and create God bless you so long period.

United States, California, Every Where

The Lamentations of Jeremiah: Thomas Tallis

This reminds me of the chamber musi sung in the Canticles of the Medieval Church. that would be heard of the Temple Court of Westiminter. I recall Thomas Tallis was a Medieval bard and songwriter in court of King Henry the VIII. The mix of choral vocalists is very impressive and of high caliber. I would give it a 5 if it continued to be a full recording however ths recording is partial and incomplete. I suggest a re-mix. I tried to replay to hear the full recording but it would not replay. So please upload a new recording. If I heard the full version I could compliment the dulcimer or mandolin instrumental.

United Kingdom, WALES

Bravo!

A beautiful performance of a fine, soothing choral work. The polyphonic writing is delightful. New York’s Erik-Peter Mortensen is constantly sharing finely written music performed exquisitely.

United States, Washington, Seattle

Great Music

In these songs Erik-Peter Mortensen uses the voices with great ability, managing to create music of considerable intensity, music that manages to excite, to make people think. Erik-Peter Mortensen is a technically prepared composer who can be compared with much more famous contemporary authors than him. We hope that in the future Erik-Peter Mortensen will continue to produce valuable music.

Italy, Florence

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