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Gloriae Dei Cantores: Masters of the Renaissance

Song NameComposer
Exsultate justiViadana
Mirabile MysteriumVinci
Adormus te, ChristeNanino
Voce MeaPorta
Requiem AeternamAnerio
KyrieOrlando Lassus
GloriaOrlando Lassus
CredoOrlando Lassus
SanctusOrlando Lassus
BenedictusOrlando Lassus
Angus DeiOrlando Lassus
Ave MariaClemens
Jubilate DeoRore
ImproperiumOrlando Lassus
Peccavi Super NumerumWert
Eripe me de inimicisRaselius
Rorate CaeliHandl
Dixit MariaHassler
Verbum caro factum estHassler
Duo seraphimEsquivel
Ecce sic benedicerturCristobal de Morales
O Domine Jesu ChristeTomas Luis de Victoria
Ego sum panis vivusEsquivel
O vos omnesTomas Luis de Victoria
Rorate CaeliGuerrero
O magnum mysteriumWilliam Byrd
Terra tremuitWilliam Byrd
Laboravi in gemituThomas Morley
Tibi LausPhilips

This release from Gloriae Dei Cantores features sacred music from one of the most inspired periods in the arts: the Renaissance. Each of the European schools of composition (Italian, Flemish, German, Spanish, and English) is represented by a total of twenty composers, offering a fascinating cross-section of styles and influences. Great masters such as Lassus, Byrd, and Victoria are featured, as well as lesser-known composers such as Hassler, de Wert, and Nanino. The central work of this recording is the Missa super Bella Amfitrit' altera by Lassus, generally considered one of his finest works. Other selections include Anerio's tender and stirring Requiem aeternum and William Byrd's Terra tremuit, which has been described as "one of the most dramatic texts in the whole of music."

Item code: 8637C | 1 CD | $15.95 |add item to cart
Choral | Mixed | United States
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