Sturmy, Hugh: Exultet in hac die / Whytbroke, William: Sancte deus (Nick Sandon) RCM117
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Exultet in hac die is an antiphon honouring St Augustine of Canterbury; the otherwise unknown Hugh Sturmy may have written it for Canterbury Cathedral during the 1520s or 30s. William Whytbroke was at Cardinal College with John Taverner in the later 1520s; his antiphon Sancte deus shows many similarities with Taverners own shorter antiphons. For five voices: TrATBarB. vi + 13 pages.
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