||Hugh Aston, a contemporary of John Taverner, was choirmaster at the collegiate church of St Mary Newarke, Leicester for over twenty years, and may also have been a significant personage in the civic community. He refused the choirmaster’s post at Cardinal College, Oxford before it was offered to Taverner himself. Te matrem dei laudamus (a Marian paraphrase of the Te deum) and the Mass Te deum laudamus (RCM27) are probably the pair of works which he offered for the Oxford B.Mus. in 1510. Like most of his music, they are very ornate, rhythmically dynamic and forthright. For five voices: SATTB. viii + 24 pages. ISMN 979-0-57039-081-6.