Performers: The Choir of Westminster Cathedral: Richard Anderton, Gregory Brett, Matthew Browne, Daniel Cuccio, David De Winter, Benedict Dollard, William Dollard, Timothy Lacy, Edmund Latham, Nicholas Morrell, Henry Ogden, Marcus Pathan, Timothy Semken, Dominic Walker, Hugo Walker, Richard Jones, William Derrick, Peter Wimblett (trebles); Toby Bingley, Edward Dickinson, Joseph De Lacy, Radon Reynolds, Edmund Tutton, Michael Usmar (altos); David Gould, Agnus Davidson, Robert Jones (countertenors); Nicholas Keay, Clifford Lister, Christopher Watson, Andrew Carwood, Toby Watkin (tenors); Trevor Ling, Stephen Alder, Robert Evans, Jonathan Arnold, Simon Birchall (basses); His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts: David Staff (cornett), Jeremy West (cornett and recorder), Abigail Newman, Adam Woolf, Rob Goodhew (sackbut); Keith McGowan, Bill Lyons (shawm, recorder, and dulcian); Nicholas Perry (shawm and recorder), Timothy Roberts (chamber organ)
Playing time: 72'16
Recording date: June 1998
The second Guerrero recording by the Choir of Westminster Cathedral features instrumental participation in various pieces by His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts, in emulation of the performance styles of sixteenth-century Spain. The oddly-titled Missa de la batalla escoutez is based on the popular chanson La guerre by Clément Janequin.
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