Ghersem: Missa Ave Virgo Sanctissima

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Ave Virgo Sanctissima

Label:

Accent

Catalogue No:

ACC24235

Discs:

1

Release date:

18th April 2011

Barcode:

4015023242357

Length:

75 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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Ave Virgo Sanctissima


Cornet:

Regina coeli

Ghersem:

Missa Ave Virgo Sanctissima

Gregorian Chant:

Regina caeli laetare

Guerrero, Francisco:

Ave Virgo sanctissima a 5

Regina caeli a 8

Salve Regina

Philips, P:

Regina coeli

Salve regina

Rogier:

Regina Caeli

and Gregorian chant: Regina coeli


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Gery de Ghersem was a Franco-Flemish composer of the late Renaissance whose works were mostly destroyed in the Lisbon earthquake and fire of 1755. This solitary surviving complete work, Ave Virgo Sanctissima, a mass for 7 voices in polyphonic style. It is based on the "hit" motet of the same name by Guerrero.

Gery Ghersem: Missa, "Ave virgo sanctissima"

Kyrie

Gloria

Credo

Sanctus

Agnus Dei

Francisco Guerrero: Ave virgo sanctissima

Ave virgo sanctissima

Anonymous: Regina caeli

Regina caeli

Francisco Guerrero: Regina caeli a 8

Regina caeli a 8

Peeter Cornet: Regina caeli

Regina caeli

Philippe Rogier: Regina caeli laetare

Regina caeli laetare

Peter Philips: Regina caeli laetare

Regina caeli laetare

Francisco Guerrero: Regina caeli a 4

Regina caeli a 4

Peter Philips: Salve regina, vita dulcedo

Salve regina, vita dulcedo

Gramophone Magazine

October 2011

“The characteristic turns of Guerrero's motet are everywhere recognisable but Ghersem adds extra voices to the scoring of his model. The work shows off Eric van Nevel's ensemble at its best: an organ is included and the resulting texture often had me thinking that there might be more instruments involved...Ghersem's Mass may seldom be recorded again, so we should be grateful that is has been done so well.”

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