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The Fitzhardinge Consort is back with its first performance since lock-down, and we’re making up for lost music. Due to Covid-19, we were unable to sing for you a wealth of music from Lent to Easter and Ascension to Pentecost and Trinity, so we’re bringing you a concert of all our seasonal favourites compressed into 90 minutes. Repertoire will include…
Miserere Mei by Gregorio Allegri (perhaps not quite as you know it)
Dum Transisset Sabbatum by John Taverner
O Clap Your Hands by Orlando Gibbons
Litany to the Holy Spirit by Peter Hurford
Lobet den Herrn by J. S. Bach
… followed by some close-harmony classics.
Director Peter Wagstaff has written about this choice of repertoire in his latest blog post – Six months of silence
Bristol Cathedral is fully compliant with government regulations and advice.
Face-coverings must be worn throughout the performance unless personal exemptions apply.
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