Tallis, Spem in alium (40-voice motet) (c)

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Shared August 5, 2013

Spem in alium, by Thomas Tallis, performed by the Taverner Choir, accompanied by an animated graphical score.

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Q: What do the colors and shapes mean?
A: The 40 voices in this piece are divided into eight choirs of five voices each. In this video, the notes for each choir have a different color, a different size, and a different depth, with the first choir being small, red and in front, and the eighth choir being large, blue, and in back.

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