Choral Concert: Cambridge Singers - Gabrieli, G. / Monteverdi, C. / Palestrina, G.P. Da / Lasso, O. Di / Sweelinck, J.P. (The Sacred Flame)
 
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Choral Concert: Cambridge Singers - Gabrieli, G. / Monteverdi, C. / Palestrina, G.P. Da / Lasso, O. Di / Sweelinck, J.P. (The Sacred Flame)

1 Jun 2011

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  Song Title
Time
Popularity  
1
Jubilate Deo
5:08
2
Beatus vir
8:33
3
Christe adoramus te
3:01
4
Cantate Domino canticum novum
1:57
5
Motets for 4 Voices, Book 2: Sicut cervus
3:15
6
Motets for 5-8 Voices: Book 5 for 5 Voices: Exsultate Deo
2:12
7
Christus factus est
2:07
8
O vos omnes
3:36
9
Timor et tremor
3:33
10
Ave verum corpus
4:13
11
Laudate Dominum omnes gentes
2:55
12
Magnificat, BuxWV Anh. 1
8:06
13
Jesu dulcis memoria
1:56
14
O vos omnes, qui transitis per viam
3:18
15
Crux fidelis
2:35
16
Ave Maria
6:07
17
Dixit Maria ad angelum
2:20
18
Psalmen Davids sampt etlichen Moteten und Concerten, Op. 2: Jauchzet dem Herren, alle Welt, SWV 36, "Psalm 100"
4:23
19
Selig sind die Toten, SWV 281
4:11
20
O Jesu Christ, mein Lebens Licht, BWV 118
4:52


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 16 Jun 2011
  • Label: Collegium
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 Collegium
  • Total Length: 1:18:18
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  • ASIN: B005AAQWAW
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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5.0 out of 5 stars The sound of the Renaissance in all its glory 2 Feb 2010
By Jeremy Bevan TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
From the first energetic notes of Giovanni Gabrieli's `Jubilate Deo' to the last phrase of J.S Bach's `Jesu meines Lebens Licht', this new recording from the Cambridge Singers under John Rutter and emerging new group La Nuova Musica is a gem. It's eclectic in its choice of works by European Renaissance and baroque composers: Hassler and Sweelinck were new to me, while pieces by the likes of de Lassus, Palestrina and the increasingly-performed Buxtehude were a mixture of the well-known and less-frequently heard. De Lassus' `Timor et tremor' in particular I found a masterpiece of, alternately, measured restraint and exuberant, soaring majesty. The phrasing and diction is clear throughout, and the setting (The Great Hall of London's University College School) gives a rich and worshipful sound entirely appropriate to the majesty of the music and the reverence of the text settings. Outstanding.
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