Agnus Dei

Hedvig Eriksson - Soprano, Catherine Martin - Violin

Setting of the 'Agnus Dei' as a musical reflection on the 'Agnus Dei' (“a small wax tablet stamped with the image of the Lamb of God notionally consecrated by the pope.”) that Mary Queen of Scots wore around her neck at her execution and handed to her favourite Lady of the Bedchamber, Jane Kennedy, rather than to Bull her executioner, as his ‘

Setting of the 'Agnus Dei' as a musical reflection on the 'Agnus Dei' (“a small wax tablet stamped with the image of the Lamb of God notionally consecrated by the pope.”) that Mary Queen of Scots wore around her neck at her execution and handed to her favourite Lady of the Bedchamber, Jane Kennedy, rather than to Bull her executioner, as his ‘perquisites’.

for Soprano Solo – Mary Queen of Scots Soprano II – Jane Kennedy – favourite Lady of the Bedchamber Soprano III – Elizabeth Curle – Lady of the Bedchamber Baroque Violin Bass Viol Harpsichord (Mary Queen of Scots played the Virginals)

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Agnus Dei

Susie Vaughan

Setting of the 'Agnus Dei' as a musical reflection on the 'Agnus Dei' (“a small wax tablet stamped with the image of the Lamb of God notionally consecrated by the pope.”) that Mary Queen of Scots wore around her neck at her execution and handed to her favourite Lady of the Bedchamber, Jane Kennedy, rather than to Bull her executioner, as his ‘

Setting of the 'Agnus Dei' as a musical reflection on the 'Agnus Dei' (“a small wax tablet stamped with the image of the Lamb of God notionally consecrated by the pope.”) that Mary Queen of Scots wore around her neck at her execution and handed to her favourite Lady of the Bedchamber, Jane Kennedy, rather than to Bull her executioner, as his ‘perquisites’.

for Soprano Solo – Mary Queen of Scots Soprano II – Jane Kennedy – favourite Lady of the Bedchamber Soprano III – Elizabeth Curle – Lady of the Bedchamber Baroque Violin Bass Viol Harpsichord (Mary Queen of Scots played the Virginals)

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