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Ex-Cathedra - The Seed Of The Church download album

  • Performer: Ex-Cathedra
  • Title: The Seed Of The Church
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Style: Experimental
  • MP3 album: 1839 mb
  • FLAC album: 1134 mb
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Ex-Cathedra  - The Seed Of The Church download album

Ex Cathedra (/ˌɛks kəˈθeɪdrə/ EKS-kə-THAY-drə) is a leading British choir and early music ensemble based in Birmingham in the West Midlands, England. It performs choral music spanning the 15th to 21st centuries, and regularly commissions new works. Ex Cathedra was founded in Birmingham in 1969 by Jeffrey Skidmore OBE, who is its artistic director and conductor

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Through live performances, by expanding the choral repertoire, by nurturing talent and through outstanding participatory experiencesПодписчиков: 2 тыс.

Cathedra’ is the name for the bishop’s throne, and the group's name was partially chosen as a pun because it literally means ‘from the throne’ or in English usage ‘with authority’.

On the subject of early instruments, it was the first time most of us had the opportunity to see and hear a 'corno da tirarsi' as played by Anneke Scott during the Bach cantatas - what an amazing instrument, a horn with a slide like a trombone

Cathedra is the Latin word for a chair with armrests, and it appears in early Christian literature in the phrase "cathedrae apostolorum", indicating authority derived directly from the apostles; its Roman connotations of authority reserved for the Emperor were later adopted by bishops after the 4th century. is called a cathedral. As early as the 8th century, an ancient wooden chair overlaid with ivory plaques depicting the The Twelve Labours of Heracles and some of the constellations was venerated as the episcopal chair of St. Peter.

Ex Cathedra education, Ex Cathedra, retrieved 2008-06-19. See, for instance, Andrew McGregor (19 May 2003), Ex Cathedra; New World Symphonies, ("The standard of performance is unfailingly excellent. Ensemble work, both vocal and instrumental, is tight and the many vocal solos are all taken extremely well. The performances display flair and finesse on the part of all concerned. a b Recordings, Ex Cathedra, retrieved 2008-02-20. uk (album release dates). Sawkins v. Hyperion Records Limited EWHC 1530 (Ch), High Court (England and Wales). Church, Michael (9 September 2001), "The Jesuits invent fusion",. Northcott, Bayan (1 February 2002), "Ex Cathedra, St John's, Smith Square, London: Rome's genius resurrected"


A1 Libido
A2 Cattle
A3 Engagement
A4 Brushstroke
B1 Eschatology
B2 Regard
B3 Siren
B4 Vulva


  • Bass, Piano, Noises – Thomas Sutter

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