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    Music for Canterbury Cathedral

    Presented by and at First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

    October 19, 2013


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    Music for Canterbury Cathedral

    For its annual exploration of neglected music from the Peterhouse partbooks, copied in 1541 for Canterbury Cathedral, Blue Heron features one of its favorite masses, Robert Jones’s radiant Missa Spes nostra, with votive antiphons by Nicholas Ludford and Robert Hunt. The Mass, one of the jewels of the Peterhouse source, will be recorded later in October for a World Premiere release in 2014, as Volume 4 of a 5-CD set.  Volume 1 was lauded as "rich, muscular and expressive" (Early Music Review), and for "fine gradations of dynamics; telling contrasts of ethereal and earthy timbres; tempos that are more lusty than languid" (Alex Ross, in The New Yorker). Fanfare raved that the series gets "top marks in all respects". Preceded by a FREE pre-concert lecture by Music Director Scott Metcalfe, at 7:15 PM


    First Church in Cambridge, Congregational

    11 Garden Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $50 Sec. A Reserved

    $40 Sec. B Reserved

    $30 Sec. C General Admission

    $25 Sec. C Seniors

    $10 Sec. C Students and Low Income
    Free under 18


    General Day and Time Info:

    Box office and doors open at 7 PM. Parking is FREE, with validation at the door. Park at University Place garage, 124 Mt. Auburn St.


    Phone: 617-960-7956


    Accessibility Information:

    Wheelchair entry through 11 Garden Street entrance, door to the right of the main church doors.





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