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The Sixteen at York: The Olive Branch
The Sixteen at York: The Olive Branch
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  • Mala Punica: Excile Music & Migration Friday 14 July 7.30pm The Quire, York Minster
  • https://tickets.ncem.co.uk/en-GB/shows/mala%20punica/events
  • Event 15: The Choral Pilgrimage 2017
  • directed by Harry Christophers
  • Tuesday 11 July Event 15
    7.30pm – c.9.15pm
    The Nave, York Minster
    Reserved seating front nave: £30.00 (disabled/ carer £15.00)
    Reserved seating rear nave: £23.00 (disabled/ carer £11.50)
    Unreserved seating side aisles: £18.00 (disabled/ carer £9.00 & students £5.00)

    THE SIXTEEN
    directed by Harry Christophers

    THE OLIVE BRANCH

    Poulenc - Salve Regina
    Palestrina - Surge amica mea
    Palestrina - Parce mihi, Domine
    Palestrina - Surgam et circuibo civitatem
    Poulenc - Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence
    Palestrina - Peccantem me quotidie
    Palestrina - Kyrie and Gloria from Missa L’Homme Armé
    Poulenc - Un Soir de neige
    Palestrina - Credo from Missa L’Homme Armé
    Palestrina - Salve Regina
    Poulenc - Agnus Dei from Mass in G

    The Sixteen returns to the Minster for a concert of exquisite music by two masters of sacred choral music separated by four centuries. Palestrina’s mass based on the famous popular song L’homme armé was hugely popular in the 16th century, when it would have served as a timely reminder of the coarse atmosphere of war. Poulenc was also affected by conflict, and his Un soir de neige, composed in December 1944, reflects both the inner feeling of peace associated with Christmas and the bleak solitude of another winter of occupation in his native France.

    ‘…spine-shiveringly radiant from first to last.’ The Times


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