Wolftooth
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For Voice & Viols

Two QuickTime movies of Wolftooth are presented here. Each movie includes a complete performance of a consort song from Wolftooth's repertory, with part of an in nomine for four viols as a background to film of the location.

Can she excuse?

In nomine.
John Taverner (c.1490-1545).

Can she excuse my wrongs?
John Dowland (1563-1626).

5 min, 42 sec; 28.7 megabytes
Ye Sacred Muses

In nomine.
Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625).

Ye sacred muses.
William Byrd (1543-1623).

5 min, 8 sec; 34.2 megabytes

Click on either picture, above, or on the title to its side, to go to the corresponding movie. Modern browsers, which have the QuickTime plug-in, should present the movie without further commands. However, it will first take some time for each movie to download, depending on network traffic and conditions. The download time may vary from from a few minutes on a Local Area Network to several hours over a modem. The duration of each movie itself and the size of its file are given.

After download, each movie can also be saved, if required. Its file may then be opened (use "Command + M; Return", or "Present movie; Play") at any time with the program QuickTime MoviePlayer for Macintosh or for Windows 3.1 or 95/NT. MoviePlayer is free and can be obtained from http://quicktime.apple.com/.

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