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  1. Thomas Tallis (Composer), Alfred Deller (Conductor), Deller Consort (Performer) & Format: Audio CD out of 5 stars 3 ratings See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(3).
  2. [76]-[91] Vanguard «The Bach Guild» BG [LP] Thomas Tallis: The Lamentations of Jeremiah the Prophet and hymns for alternating plainsong and polyphony [] Vanguard «The Bach Guild» BG [LP] William Byrd and His Age []-[]Vanguard «The Bach Guild» BG [LP] Deller's Choice: A Concert of Music both Rare and Rewarding.
  3. Alfred Deller (– 16 July ) was an English singer, one of the main figures in popularising the use of the countertenor voice in renaissance and baroque music. Deller was born in Margate, and as a boy sang in his local church choir. When his voice broke, he continued singing in his high register, eventually settling as a.
  4. Les Lamentations de Jeremie le Prophete, a classical music Album by Deller Consort. Released in on Harmonia Mundi (catalog no. HM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Renaissance Music, Choral. Featured peformers: Deller Consort (aka_text ensemble role_id aka_text), Alfred Deller (countertenor vocals, director), Mark Deller (countertenor vocals), Neil Jenkins (tenor vocals), Maurice Bevan.
  5. Membership of the Deller Consort changed over the years. It included various baritones (especially Maurice Bevan) and tenors, as well as sopranos April Cantelo, Honor Sheppard and Mary Thomas. From , Alfred Deller's son Mark was also a member. In , the Deller Consort performed for the Peabody Mason Concert series in Boston.
  6. This is a great collection of earlier recorded works released on very many vinyl LP, by the Deller Consort. The Consort recorded a large and varied selection of Renaissance music. There may be some analog LP or tape hiss on some of the tracks/5(6).
  7. Alfred Deller was the first renowned countertenor. As a child, Deller studied voice first with his father as a boy soprano, and when his voice changed he continued his singing as a countertenor. He joined the Canterbury Cathedral choir in , where Michael Tippett heard him and invited him to London to make his debut. He came to the attention of the English public after a radio.
  8. Mar 19,  · As sung by the Deller Consort. From a LP. Eileen Poulter & Mary Thomas, sopranos Alfred Deller, counter-tenor Wilfred Brown & Gerald English, tenors Maurice Bevan, baritone Geoffrey Coleby.

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