Palestrina: Haec dies à 6

This page lists all recordings of Haec dies à 6, by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c.1525-94) on CD.

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Palestrina: Missa Ad coenam Agni & Eastertide motets

Palestrina: Missa Ad coenam Agni & Eastertide motets


Palestrina:

Missa Ad coenam Agni

Surrexit pastor bonus a 8

Regina coeli

Haec dies à 6

Alleluia. Tulerunt Dominum

Terra tremuit

Angelus Domini descendit de caelo a 5

Deus, Deus meus

Lauda anima mea

Benedicite gentes

Ad coenam Agni providi


The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice

The Brabant Ensemble, better known for uncovering works by forgotten composers such as Dominique de Phinot, turns to a giant of the Renaissance—perhaps the most celebrated name of the period. Yet within Palestrina’s huge output there are many hidden gems, lacking both recordings and modern performing editions, and it is from among these that the ensemble’s director Stephen Rice has chosen the repertoire for this album. A Mass—Missa Ad coenam Agni, from Palestrina’s first book of Mass-settings—is included, plus antiphons, motets and five Eastertide Offertories. Each work is, as Stephen Rice states in his typically informative booklet notes, ‘a finely crafted addition to the liturgy’.

The Brabant Ensemble brings a matchless blend of musicianship, scholarship and sensitive singing to this glorious music.

“This disc might be renamed 100 Ways to Sing Alleluia, such is the celebratory nature of this collection of Eastertide offertories, antiphons and motets...The spirited Surrexit pastor bonus, its accompanying antiphon Regina caeli and the gradual Haec dies are sung with a full-voiced, beefy intensity that lifts the music away from mere polite polyphony and gives it a really exciting energy” The Observer, 31st March 2013

“[in the Regina coeli] the singers enliven the texture with their nuanced renderings of the marvellous contrapuntal connections, and the recording make the most of the double-choir effects in the final section.” BBC Music Magazine, May 2013 ****

“The Brabants seem very much at home here” Gramophone Magazine, May 2013

Hyperion - CDA67978

(CD)

$16.00

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Vexilla Regis prodeunt

Vexilla Regis prodeunt

Music for Holy Week & Easter


Allegri:

Christus resurgens ex mortuis

Anerio, F:

Christus factus est

Byrd:

Civitas Sancti Tui

Duruflé:

Ubi caritas, Op. 10 No. 1

Gregorian Chant:

Pueri Hebræorum

Vidi aquam

Victimae Paschali Laudes

Joao IV:

Crux fidelis

Lhéritier:

Surrexit pastor bonus

Monteverdi:

Adoramus te, Christe

Palestrina:

Sicut cervus

Haec dies à 6

Taverner:

Dum transisset Sabbatum I

Victoria:

Pueri Hebræorum

Tantum ergo à 5

Improperia (Reproaches)

Wingham:

Vexilla Regis prodeunt


The Choir of the London Oratory, Patrick Russill (director)

“This superb group, singing with a reverential, controlled ecstasy, conveys a profound understanding of the texts. It is an overwhelming and deeply moving experience.” Choir & Organ

Herald - HAVP327

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$13.00

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