Download Cantantibus Organis - The Josephinum Choir - Sacred Motets (Vinyl)


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9 thoughts on “ Cantantibus Organis - The Josephinum Choir - Sacred Motets (Vinyl)
  1. Vuhn says:
    Cantantibus organis Alt ernative. Title Composer Kraus, Eberhard: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 19 volumes Volume 1: Die Orgel im Kirchenjahr 1 (Advent/Weihnachten) 1. Jean Titelouze (): Creator alme siderum 2. John Redford (): Veni redemptor gentium abwintusurpciderc.recpuacolracepfulilesgahimontbi.coer: Kraus, Eberhard.
  2. Kazralmaran says:
    James Grossmith directs the eight-voice a cappella choir Claritas in a recording of the "Missa super Iniquos odio habui" and motets by Luca Marenzio (). "This recording commemorates the four-hundredth anniversary of the death of Luca Marenzio ()/5(2).
  3. Voodoot says:
    This style can be seen in a late form in the motet Cantantibus organis () by Palestrina, where the opening intervals of a fourth or a fifth are imitated in each voice part and many themes emerge during the course of the piece, all of which are playfully repeated in a true musical democracy. The new polychoral style was often more concerned.
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  5. Nirisar says:
    2 The full anthem Cantantibus organis for St Cecilia’s Day was written by Peter Tranchell in for use by the choir of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, where he was Precentor (Director of Music), and it was sung at Evensong (presumably on St Cecilia’s Day, 22 November) that year.
  6. Akinogal says:
    Gregorio Allegri () gets title billing on this disc of 16th and 17th-century Italian vocal church music thanks to the popularity of his Miserere, with its spine-tingling high-soprano embellishments. But the longest piece is a strange portmanteau work called Missa Cantantibus Organis, a tribute to Palestrina by seven Roman composers/5(7).
  7. Kimi says:
    About. Still thought of today as the grand master of the polyphonic style, Palestrina was highly regarded and much published in his lifetime. His output comprises one hundred and four firmly attributed Masses, over three hundred and seventy-five motets, sixty-eight offertories, at least sixty-five hymns, thirty-five Magnificats, four (possibly five) sets of Lamentations, and over a hundred and.
  8. Zuluktilar says:
    – The Centennial Choir: Immaculate Mary: A6 – The Centennial Choir: Ave Verum Corpus: B1 – The Centennial Choir: Holy God, We Praise Thy Name: B2 – The Centennial Choir: O Sacred Head Surrounded: B3 – The Centennial Choir: Jesus, My Lord, My God, My All: B4 – The Centennial Choir: Hail! Holy Queen Enthorned Above: B5 – The.
  9. Akijar says:
    This page is only for complete editions and multiple selections from the collection here. For arrangements, new editions, etc. see (or create) separate pages for individual works linked in the General Information section below.

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