Jubilate Deo

Oehms: OC839

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Jubilate Deo

Label:

Oehms

Catalogue No:

OC839

Discs:

1

Release date:

15th Oct 2012

Barcode:

4260034868397

Length:

60 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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Jubilate Deo

Early Baroque Advent and Christmas Music


Gabrieli, G:

O Jesu me dulcissime

O Magnum Mysterium

Hodie Christus natus est a 10

Magnificat

Schütz:

Rorate coeli desuper SWV322

Verbum caro factum est, SWV 314

Stadlmayr:

Domine Dominus noster

Exaltabo te Domine

Venite filii

Exultate Deo

Missa Jubilate Deo


Roswitha Schmelzl (soprano), Gert Hohmann (counter-tenor), Matthias Winckhler (bass), Robert Sellier (tenor), Andrea Lauren Brown (soprano), Manuel Warwitz (tenor)

Les Cornets Noirs & Munich Orpheus Choir, Gerd Guglhor

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Johann Stadlmayr: Domine Dominus noster

Domine Dominus noster

Johann Stadlmayr: Exaltabo te Domine

Exaltabo te Domine

Johann Stadlmayr: Venite filii

Venite filii

Johann Stadlmayr: Exultate Deo

Exultate Deo

Heinrich Schutz: Kleine geistliche Konzerte, Part II, Op. 9, SWV 306-337

Kleine geistliche Konzerte, Part II, Op. 9, SWV 306-337: Rorate coeli desuper, SWV 322

Giovanni Gabrieli: Sacrae symphoniae, Book 1

Sacrae symphoniae, Book 1: O Jesu mi dulcissime a 8

Giovanni Gabrieli: O Magnum Mysterium

O magnum mysterium a 8

Giovanni Gabrieli: Hodie Christus natus est a 10

Hodie Christus natus est a 10

Giovanni Gabrieli: Magnificat a 14

Magnificat a 14

Kleine geistliche Konzerte, Part II, Op. 9, SWV 306-337

Kleine geistliche Konzerte, Part II, Op. 9, SWV 306-337: Verbum caro factum est, SWV 314

Johann Stadlmayr: Missa Jubilate Deo

Jubilate Deo - Kyrie

Gloria

Credo

Sanctus

Agnus Die

Presto Classical

David Smith

1st December 2014

“A mixture of European early works on this disc - Giovanni Gabrieli's atmospheric, densely-textured Christmas and Advent works give a flavour of what the season must have sounded like in Venice in the early 17th century at the height of the polychoral tradition that flourished there...The Munich Orpheus Choir, under the direction of Gerd Guglhor, handle the differing musical sound-worlds excellently.”

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