"O Nata Lux" is considered one of the great, understated choral settings by the Renaissance master Thomas Tallis. He composed music for such royalty as Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Queen Elizabeth. The music is set for five voices and is reflective of the luminous event of the Transfiguration. The choir sings the traditional Latin.

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