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Programme Notes

Tye's Crye is a free re-arrangement of an In Nomine by the sixteenth-century English composer Christopher Tye. His original piece is subjected to various types of distortion and exaggeration. It's as if one were trying to listen to his piece on a rather poorly tuned radio, with serveral other stations clouding the air-waves. It was commissioned by Sinfonia 21 for their 1995 festival 'Old Stones New Fires' where it was premiered under Martin Brabbins.

Tye's Crye

No Venue (Brussels, Belgium)

Orchestre Royal de chambre de Wallonie, Jean Thorel

Tye's Crye

St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle (Windsor, Berkshire, United Kingdom)

John Lubbock, Orchestra of St John's Smith Square

Tye's Crye

No Venue (Perth, WA, Australia)

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Tye's Crye

De La Warr Pavilion (Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, United Kingdom)

Martyn Brabbins, Sinfonia 21

Tye's Crye

University of Bath (Bath, Somerset, United Kingdom)

Martyn Brabbins, Sinfonia 21