- Brahms Requiem and Tallis Spem in alium
- A rare chance to hear two of the finest Oxbridge choirs joining forces, to sing Tallis's extraordinary forty-voice motet Spem in album and Brahms's powerful A German Requiem, together with masterpieces by Bruckner and Howells, directed by Owen Rees and ...
- Video: Harmonium loves a challenge; 'Spem in alium' in Morristown
- Thomas Tallis composed Spem in alium (Latin for “Hope in any other”) around 1570, and it remains one of the more challenging choral pieces.
- Hitting the high notes: Muhlenberg Women's Ensemble
- Some of the pieces, Bara said, have been especially challenging. “I was really proud [when] the group was able to pull of the Thomas Tallis 40-part motet “Spem in Alium” last year.
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