Wondrous Birth

Wondrous Birth
Event on 2013-12-14 20:00:00
Early Music

New York Polyphony

Andrew Smith (b. 1970): Veni Redemptor Gentium
Thomas Tallis: Audivi vocem de caelo
Geoffrey Williams (b. 1976: Adam lay ybounden
Andrew Smith: Veni Emmanuel
Philippe Verdelot: Gabriel Archangelus
Andrew Smith: Ave maris stella
arr. Alexander Craig (b. 1971): Gabriel’s Message
Trinity Roll MS: There is no Rose
John Scott (b. 1956): There is no Rose
Ritson MS: Lully, lullow: I saw a swete semly syght
Selden MS: Nowell: Out of your sleep
Andrew Smith: Nowell: Out of your sleep
T. L. da Victoria: O magnum mysterium
Jacob Clemens "non Papa": Vox in Rama
Richard Pygott: Quid petis, o fili
Anonymous: The Coventry Carol Pageant of the Shearmen and the Tailors
arr. Alexander Craig: The darkest midnight in December

New York Polyphony returns with a diverse holiday program that offers an intimate and meditative take on the Christmas season. The imaginative repertoire spans nine centuries and ranges from popular early fare, including Victoria’s O magnum misterium and ancient carols, to newer repertoire, including a piece by New York Polyphony’s own countertenor Geoffrey Williams and the world premiere of a Miller Theatre commission from composer Andrew Smith.

at Miller Theater
Columbia University 2960 Broadway (at 116th Street)
New York, United States

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