Obrecht: Salve Regina

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Renaissance Choral Masterpieces

Renaissance Choral Masterpieces


Allegri:

Miserere mei, Deus

The Sixteen, Harry Christophers

Byrd:

Ave verum Corpus

The Sixteen, Harry Christophers

Despres:

Ave Maria (4vv)

The Sixteen, Harry Christophers

Lasso:

Timor et Tremor

The Sixteen, Harry Christophers

Lotti:

Crucifixus in 8 parts

The Sixteen, Harry Christophers

Obrecht:

Salve Regina

The Sixteen, Harry Christophers

Palestrina:

Stabat mater

transcribed & edited by Jon Dixon

Gabrieli Consort, Paul McCreesh

Tallis:

Lamentations of Jeremiah I & II

Ed. Philip Brett

The Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury

Victoria:

Salve Regina a 8

Gabrieli Players & Gabrieli Consort, Paul McCreesh


Decca Virtuoso - 4783622

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Vox Neerlandica

Vox Neerlandica

A capella works from the Renaissance


Ciconia:

Gloria

Clemens:

Carole magnus eras

Despres:

Tu solus qui facis mirabilia

La Déploration de Johannes Ockeghem

Dufay:

Ave Regina

Alma Redemptoris Mater

Kerle:

Suscipiant Domine

Lasso:

Jubilate Deo

Io ti voria

Tristis est Anima mea

Obrecht:

Salve Regina

Rore:

Datemi pace

Rue, P:

O salutaris hostia

Schuyt, C:

Voi bramate ben mio

Sweelinck:

Pseaume 90

Laudate Dominum onmes gentes

Waelrant:

Musiciens qui chantez

Willaert:

Pater Noster


Vox Neerlandica is an anthology of choral compositions from the Northern and Southern Netherlands for mixed voices a capella, which was published by Harmonia in 1995. The works date from the Renaissance to the present day.

Etcetera - KTC1368

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A Mother’s Love

A Mother’s Love

Music For Mary


anon.:

Alma Redemptoris Mater

(mediaeval)

Britten:

A Hymn to the Virgin

Bruckner:

Tota pulchra es, antiphon, WAB 46

Cornysh the elder:

Ave Maria Mater Dei

Despres:

Gaude Virgo, Mater Christi

Duruflé:

Tota pulchra es, Op. 10 No. 2

Elgar:

Ave Maria, Op. 2 No. 2

Fauré:

Ave Maria, Op. 93

Gregorian Chant:

Salve Regina

Grieg:

Ave Maris Stella

Lasso:

Salve Regina

Liszt:

Ave maris stella, S669/2

Mendelssohn:

Ave Maria, Op. 23 No. 2

Obrecht:

Salve Regina

Palestrina:

Missa Sicut lilium inter spinas

Rizza, M:

Ave generosa

Saint-Saëns:

Ave Maria


“Despite undoubted stylistic variety in the choice of music, the homogeneity of the sentiment here can be a little stifling. The Sixteen's performances are, however, irreproachably sympathetic.” BBC Music Magazine, November 2007 ****

“With its sentimental title, this collection is clearly aimed at the wider market–place. But the programme is perceptively chosen to show how much wonderful music the image of the Virgin Mary has inspired over five centuries. Grieg's opening Ave maris stella is immediately inviting: it has a ravishing simplicity but is passionate too and it is followed by rich, lively music by Cornysh and Josquin laced with the special harmonic character of its period. Next comes expansive Bruckner with a thundering organ and then a delightful surprise, Saint–Saëns's delicious Ave Maria – a real hit.
The simple beauty of Britten's A Hymn to theVirgin captivates the ear, while Mendelssohn's readily melodic and characteristically ambitious Ave Maria moves forward with great fervour, splendidly climaxed by Christophers. Other highlights include Margaret Rizza's richly plangent Ave generosa, eloquently set to words by Hildegard of Bingen, and the romantically soaring Fauré Ave Maria, again using the organ to add background colour, followed by the gentle contrast of Palestrina's Sicut lilium.
Liszt wrote his Ave maris stella while awaiting ordination as Abbé in the Vatican: its hint of austerity is not entirely banished by a natural exuberance which intensifies the plea 'Loosen the chains of the guilty' with which Liszt no doubt closely identified. The programme ends with the dedicated, passionate serenity of Lassus's Salve regina, a most satisfying coda.
Performances throughout show this marvellous choir at their most eloquent, beautifully balanced and blended. Highly recommended for sheer pleasure, but also as a way of exploring a wide range of repertoire.”
Gramophone Classical Music Guide, 2010

“…the programme is perceptively chosen to show how much wonderful music the image of the Virgin Mary has inspired over five centuries. Performances throughout show this marvellous choir at their most eloquent, beautifully balanced and blended. Highly recommended for sheer pleasure, but also as a way of exploring a wide range of repertoire.” Gramophone Magazine, November 2007

ucj - 4766295

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Live in Oxford

Live in Oxford


Byrd:

Tribue, Domine

Despres:

Gaude Virgo, Mater Christi

Absalon Fili Mi

Mundy, W:

Adolescentulus sum ego

Vox Patris caelestis

Obrecht:

Salve Regina

Tallis:

O sacrum convivium

Taverner:

Gaude plurimum


... enthralling - a glorious testimony to a golden age of music
BBC Music Magazine

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Gimell - CDGIM998

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