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By Suzanne Cole

In Victorian England, Tallis used to be ever-present: in performances of his track, in bills of his biography, and during his illustration in actual monuments. recognized within the 19th century because the 'Father of English Church Music', Tallis occupies a relevant place within the heritage of the song of the Anglican Church. This ebook examines intimately the reception of 2 works that lie on the stylistic extremes of his output: Spem in alium, revived within the 1830s, even though regularly no longer significantly popular, and the Responses, which have been very hot. a detailed examine of the performances, manuscripts and variations of those works casts gentle at the intersections among the antiquarian, liturgical and aesthetic objectives of nineteenth-century editors and musicians. through tracing Tallis's reception in nineteenth-century England, the writer charts the carry Tallis had at the Victorians and the ways that Anglican - and English - id was once outlined and challenged.

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