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Woefully Arrayed: Sacred and Secular Choral and Polychoral Works by Jonathan Little

Various Artists

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Woefully Arrayed, Op. 13
Jonathan Little; Vox Futura; Heinrich Christensen; Andrew Shenton
Missa temporis perditi  
Kyrie, Op. 5
Jonathan Little; Thomas Tallis Society Choir; Philip Simms
Gloria, Op. 18
Jonathan Little; Vox Futura; Andrew Shenton
Wasted and Worn, Op. 6
Jonathan Little; The Stanbery Singers; Paul John Stanbery
That Time of Year (Thou Mayst in Me Behold), Op. 2
Jonathan Little; The Stanbery Singers; Paul John Stanbery
Woefully Arrayed, Op. 13 (Reprise) (Abridged Version)
Jonathan Little; Vox Futura; Heinrich Christensen; Andrew Shenton
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Total Playing Time    69:54
Inspired by historical European choral traditions, British-Australian composer Jonathan Little often combines features such as modal harmonies with striking contemporary techniques that play with physical space. Several ensembles have collaborated on this release to present a cohesive and mesmerizing collection of Little’s works, including Woefully Arrayed and Missa tempers perditi.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

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