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Late Tudor church music owes much to Martin Luther’s influence on the English reformation, and Luther’s Wedding Day is a brilliant programme of sacred and secular music that might have featured at the great schismatic’s nuptials. Famously a musical man, Luther would surely love this fine, fun feast of Isaac, Senfl, Desprez, Sermisy and Praetorius, played and sung with compelling verve and imagination by Capella de la Torre, bringing the world into the church in a metaphor for reformation ideals of public involvement.

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