The Oxford Book of Upper-Voice Polyphony
Tuesday, 16 February 2021 | Forwoods ScoreStore
Brand new to the market is The Oxford Book of Upper-Voice Polyphony, a collection of 43 motets from the sixteenth century in two to six parts.
According to the editor, Dr Mark Keane, 'the aim of the anthology is to provide a solid foundation for upper-voice choirs wanting to explore this broad and beautiful music, from which they can expand their repertoire to perform other motets originally conceived for this vocal ensemble.'
Much of the repertoire is equally suitable for lower-voice choirs, too, and we've put together a selected Spotify playlist so you can listen and indulge for an hour.