Reformations – Beliefs that changed a continent

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Start time: 15:00

End time: 17:00

Event Short Description

Great 16th century choral music from Italy, Germany and England

Event Information

Reformations programme of music from 15th and 16th century

The programme will include two large pieces, each in three parts: the Miserere by Josquin des Prez, composed in 1504, and William Byrd’s Infelix ego, published in 1591. The text of the latter was written a century earlier by the radical Florentine priest Savonarola while he was languishing in his prison cell, awaiting execution.

These works will be interspersed with music by other famous composers of the 15th and 16th centuries, including Isaac, Palestrina, Tallis and Lambe. Collectively the music tells stories from Italy, Germany and England of spiritual upheaval and personal struggle.

Admission Details

Adult: £12

Child: Free

Child Age Limit: 12

Concession Details: £6 for those on State benefits

Organiser Details

Name: Mike Clemens

Telephone: 01273 833746



Venue Details

Address: Holy Trinity Church, Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex, BN6 9TS

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