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PALESTRINA, Giovanni Perluigi Da - Les compositeurs

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Compositeur: PALESTRINA, Giovanni Perluigi Da ((1525/6-1594))

Forgotten Virtuosi - Jonathan Talbott - violin

Forgotten Virtuosi - Jonathan Talbott - violin
ID: ACDHN012-2
CDs: 1
Type: SACD
Collection:
Baroque

SACD Hybrid Disc (SACDH) = CD Digital Audio + Super Audio CD
Solomusic for violin at the begining of the 17th century.
In the early 17th century a number of now forgotten violin soloists toured Europe, commanding enormous salaries and following ever more prestigeous offers of employment. Some were so valued for their playing that they were granted nobility, and more than one was described as “the most famous artist for the violin that the world has yet produced.” Courts and cities would hire these superstars in order to have them astonish and awe their guests with their performances. One of the more astonishing pieces on this disc is the unaccompanied Fantasia by Étienne Nau, which is found in a manuscript now in Berlin.
15.00 eur Buy

La bella Ninfa - Madrigale: Hallenser Madrigalisten - Andreas Göpfert, conductor

La bella Ninfa - Madrigale: Hallenser Madrigalisten - Andreas Göpfert, conductor
ID: AV2100203
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Voices

Italian, Spanish, and English madrigals, German tenorlied, and French chansons, sung in their original languages by unacc. choir . Compact disc. Program notes in German, English, and French ([10] p.) in container. Hallenser Madrigalisten ; Andreas Göpfert, director.

Recorded in Studio Paul-Gerhardt-Kirche, Leipzig, 1987.) -- Ach Lieb, ich tu dir klagen / Hans Leo Hassler
12.00 eur Buy

Lamentations: Timothy Brown - The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge

Lamentations: Timothy Brown - The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
ID: BRIL92098
CDs: 1
Type: DVD5
Collection:
Choral Collection
Subcollection: Choir

1 DVD 16:9
Region: (All) PAL, 2.35:1 ALL FORMATS
Sound Tracks: Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Stereo 5.1
12.00 eur Buy

Musiche Veneziane per Voice E Strumenti - Teresa Berganza - Imamura - Ros - Dahler

Musiche Veneziane per Voice E Strumenti - Teresa Berganza - Imamura - Ros - Dahler
ID: CLAVES508206
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Baroque
Subcollection: Voices

N. Fontei
Auree stelle condoglianza

G. Miniscalchi
Fuggir pur mi convien
Fuggir voglio corrente
Io me ne vo
Partenza

C. Monteverdi
Confitebor tibi, Domine

G. Palestrina
Vestiva i colli

C. de Rore
Ancor che co'l partire

G. F. Sances
Misera, hor si ch'il pianto
O perduti diletti

B. Strozzi
Non ti doler mio cor
Rissolvetivi pensieri
16.00 eur Buy

Allegri Miserere - Palestrina Missa Papae Marcelli

Allegri Miserere - Palestrina Missa Papae Marcelli
ID: COR16014
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Sacred Music
Subcollection: Choir

13.00 eur Buy

Music From the Sistine Chapel - Allegri, Anerio, Palestrina, Marenzio

Music From the Sistine Chapel - Allegri, Anerio, Palestrina, Marenzio
ID: COR16047
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection:
Sacred Music
Subcollection: Choir

Recorded in November 2006, this disc offers a fascinating collection of works written for the Papal Chapel. Researched and sung by one of the world's leading choirs, The Sixteen and Harry Christophers, this recording includes many world premiere recordings of these rarely heard sacred works. Felice Anerio displays a fluid mastery of the Roman style of composition, and some of his surviving settings are shown to advantage here, in particular his glorious twelve-part setting of Stabat Mater, more ambitious and possibly more beautiful than those by Palestrina and Lassus. Gregorio Allegri is famous for his Miserere (available on coro as cor16014); this recording contains representative examples of his polyphonic style. Together with settings by the towering figure of Palestrina, all receive warm and vital performances.
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Sacred Music - A story spanning six cent. with Simon Russell Beale, featuring H. Christophers & The Sixteen

Sacred Music - A story spanning six cent. with Simon Russell Beale, featuring H. Christophers & The Sixteen
ID: COR16078
CDs: 2
Type: DVD
Collection:
Sacred Music
Subcollection: Choir

Presenter: Simon Russell Beale

Series One of the BBC's groundbreaking classical music programme follows renowned actor and former chorister Simon Russell Beale as he explores the flowering of Western sacred music. This
four-part documentary series contains a rich mix of personal, political and musical stories and features some of the greatest music ever written, all performed by Harry Christophers and his award-winning choir, The Sixteen.

Region Code: ALL, NTSC, Region 0, Plays in all territories
Menu screens: English
Sound Format: AC3 5.1, PCM stereo
DVD Format: DVD 9
Screen Format: 16.9 Anamorphic
Duration: 298 mins
Color mode: Colour
Subtitles: none
DDD - 24 bit digital recording

Renowned actor and former chorister Simon Russell Beale explored the flowering of Western sacred music in this four part documentary series for BBC FOUR.

Taking the viewer on a pilgrimage spanning six centuries Simon presents a rich mix of personal, political and musical stories. Each episode features some of the greatest music ever written, all performed by the award-winning choir 'The Sixteen' conducted by Harry Christophers in appropriate architectural settings.

In the opening programme 'The Gothic Revolution' Simon begins his journey at St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London, where he spent many years as a boy chorister. From here he travels to Paris to discover how, at the close of the twelfth century, plainsong (chant) became polyphony (music of ‘many voices’) - the birth of harmony in the west. Simon discovers how, as the vast new edifice of the Cathedral of Notre Dame began to tower over the medieval city, the most famous of all medieval music manuscripts - the 'Magnus Liber' or 'Great Book' of Notre Dame - was also taking shape. The early two part compositions it contained, such as the setting of the psalm ‘Viderunt Omnes’ by Léonin, were preserved in some of the earliest clear musical notation, and represent the birth of harmony in Western music-making.

The next stop in the series is Italy. In 'Palestrina and the Popes' Simon uncovers the links between the papal intrigues of Renaissance Rome and the music of the enigmatic Palestrina, 'The Prince of Music'. Palestrina’s work is considered by many to be unsurpassed in its spiritual perfection, but running underneath it is the turbulent story of the counter-reformation, which would have a dramatic impact on the composer’s life and music. The glorious architecture and art of the High Renaissance complete a compelling picture of this golden age of sacred music.

In episode three 'Tallis, Byrd and the Tudors' Simon discovers the effect of Henry VIII’s break with the Pope and the subsequent tumultuous history of the founding of the Protestant Church in England through the careers of two professional church musicians who were also superlative choral composers. Simon hunts through documents and manuscripts to bring to light revealing glimpses into both their craft as composers and the personal dilemmas of their faith. As members of the monarch's own personal choir - the Chapel Royal - they were both close to the heart of state politics yet both retained strong, and sometimes open, Catholic sympathies at a time when it was dangerous to do so.

Finally, Simon’s travels end in Germany where Luther’s Protestant Reformation led to a musical revolution and ultimately to the glorious works of Johann Sebastian Bach. In 'Bach and the Lutheran Legacy' Simon discovers how Martin Luther, himself a composer, had a profound effect on the development of sacred music, re-defining the role of congregational singing and the use of the organ in services as well as developing the hugely important tradition of singing in the vernacular. In the city of Leipzig Simon discovers how these reforms - and the century and a half of music that followed - shaped the world of Bach and inspired him to write some of the greatest works in the history of sacred music.

A 90-minute celebratory concert accompanies the documentaries with music from the series for Easter Sunday performed by Harry Christophers and 'The Sixteen', specially recorded at LSO St Luke’s in London.
23.00 eur Temporarily out of stock

Sacred Music from LSO St Luke’s- An Easter Celebration -Presented by S.R. Beale with H. Christophers & The Sixteen

Sacred Music from LSO St Luke’s- An Easter Celebration -Presented by S.R. Beale with H. Christophers & The Sixteen
ID: COR16079
CDs: 1
Type: DVD
Collection:
Sacred Music
Subcollection: Choir

Presenter: Simon Russell Beale

Simon Russell Beale presents a special concert for Easter from LSO St Luke's in London, performed by the award-winning choir The Sixteen, conducted by founder Harry Christophers. The music takes us on a journey of over six hundred years, from haunting plainchant through to the celebrated music of Johann Sebastian Bach. Highlights include Palestrina's motet Assumpta Est Maria, and Allegri's Miserere.

Region Code: ALL, NTSC, Region 0, Plays in all territories
Menu screens: English
Sound Format: AC3 5.1, PCM stereo
DVD Format: DVD 9
Screen Format: 16.9 Anamorphic
Duration: 120 mins Approx
Color mode: Colour
Subtitles: none
DDD - 24 bit digital recording
15.00 eur Buy

Song of Songs - Laudibus Ensemble - Mike Brewer

Song of Songs - Laudibus Ensemble - Mike Brewer
ID: DCD34042
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Songs

The Song of Songs stands apart from its biblical surroundings as one of the supreme love poems of world literature, a celebration of erotic love in the form of a dialogue between a bridegroom and his bride, invoking all the senses, the fragrance of wine, blossom, fruits and spices. Ranging widely over five centuries, from the relative asperity of Dunstaple to the lush exoticism of Daniel-Lesur, this cherry-picked assortment of sweetmeats is given exultant life by Mike Brewer and Laudibus.
12.00 eur Buy

In the Beginning - Choir of Merton College, Oxford

In the Beginning - Choir of Merton College, Oxford
ID: DCD34072
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Choir

Founded as recently as 2008, the new Choir of Merton College, Oxford is rapidly emerging as a major force in collegiate choral music. On this, their debut recording, the choir’s two directors helm a diverse programme that reflects the range and reach of the choir’s daily repertoire. Bookended by two pieces titled In the Beginning Gabriel Jackson’s ravishing version of the rarely-set Johannine Prologue, Copland’s glowing account of the first seven days of creation - this disc offers a themed sequence of Renaissance and modern classics, all captured in sumptuous sound in the radiant acoustics of Merton’s famous chapel.

Copland:
In the Beginning

Gombert:
Lugebat David Absalon 8vv

Holst:
Nunc dimittis, H127

Jackson, Gabriel:
In the Beginning was the Word

Lukaszewski:
Nunc dimittis

Palestrina:
Nunc dimittis

Weelkes:
When David Heard

Whitacre:
When David Heard


Beth Mackay (mezzo-soprano) & Natasha Tyrwhitt-Drake (organ scholar)
Choir of Merton College, Oxford, Benjamin Nicholas & Peter Phillips (conductors)
12.00 eur Buy

 
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