Pygott was Master of Thomas Wolsey’s chapel (which Henry VIII considered better than his own) by 1517, and after Wolsey’s death he joined the Royal Household Chapel. Based on a very brief cantus firmus, this ornate and colourful Mass for Pentecost is the work of a highly skilled composer, the subtlety of whose style rewards close listening. Now in a second edition with more spacious layout and retouching of the editorial tenor part. For five voices: SATTB. x + 48 pages. ISMN 979ÔÇæ0ÔÇæ57039ÔÇæ101ÔÇæ1.
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