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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2277
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: marzec 2021
EAN: 7318599922775
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): flamandzki, francuski
Rodzaj: pieśń, psalm

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Compere / Desprez / Willaert: And the sun darkened - Music for Passiontide

Bis - BISSACD 2277
Kompozytor
Loyset Compere (c1445–1518)
Josquin Desprez (1450-1455)
Adrian Willaert (ok.1490-1562)
Andrew Smith, Cyrillus Kreek, Pierre de la Rue
Wykonawcy
New York Polyphony:
Geoffrey Williams, contertenor
Steven Caldicott Wilson, tenor
Christopher Dylan Herbert, baritone
Craig Phillips, bass
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Loyset Compere:
Crux triumphans
Officium de Cruce

Josquin Desprez:
Tu pauperum refugium

Andrew Smith:
Salme 55

Adrian Willaert:
Pater noster — Ave Maria

Cyrillus Kreek:
Taaveti laul 22 (Psalm 22)

Pierre de la Rue:
O salutaris hostia
Resonating across more than five centuries, expressions of personal piety and prayer fill these works by a quartet of Franco-Flemish composers, all born in the 15th century, and their modern-day colleagues, Estonian Cyrillus Kreek (1889 1962) and British-Norwegian Andrew Smith (b. 1970).

For those familiar with the vocal ensemble New York Polyphony and its previous, acclaimed releases on BIS, this exploration of the intersection of ancient and modern music is far from surprising: the group is known for its innovative programming. On And the sun darkened the four members follow Josquin’s celebrated motet Tu pauperum refugium with Andrew Smith’s setting of Psalm 55 – composed for NYP, it is a lament which nevertheless closes with an expression of confidence in God’s justice. Sung in Estonian another biblical psalm is heard in Kreek’s Taaveti laul 22 (‘David’s 22nd Song’), the text ‘My God, why have you forsaken me’ preparing the listener for the work that has given the disc its title. Officium de Cruce by Loyset Compere is a setting of a 14th-century hymn which follows the episodes of the Passion in a continuously flowing musical narrative: from the betrayal of Christ to his death – when the sun darkened – and entombment.

Recording: June 2018 at Princeton Abbey, Princeton, New Jersey, USA.

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  • GIM 052
  • CHR 77439
  • SIGCD 295
  • CAR 83492
  • COR 16178
  • CAR 83497
  • KTC 1414
  • DCD 34224