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Wydawnictwo: Hyperion
Nr katalogowy: CDA 67807
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2010
EAN: 34571178073
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): francuski
Rodzaj: msza

Rogier: Missa Ego sum qui sum & Motets

Hyperion - CDA 67807
King’s College London Choir / David Trendell
Videntes stellam
Cantantibus organis
Caligaverunt oculi mei
Locutus sum in lingua mea
Laboravi in gemitu meo
Verbum caro
Although well known and highly regarded in his lifetime and in the years following his death in 1596, the music of Philippe Rogier is largely known (especially to English audiences) through one motet alone, Laboravi in gemitu meo. But there is much to explore in this genuinely underrated composer. Philippe Rogier was one of a long line of Flemish composers who worked at the Spanish court. The high regard that the musically astute Philip II held for Rogier was not misplaced, because he is one of the most fascinating and rewarding composers of the late sixteenth century: extraordinarily versatile, capable of plumbing the emotional depths in his penitential works (of which there are many) as well as exalting the heights in his festive music. The main work on this disc includes the parody mass Missa Ego sum qui sum, based on a motet by Gombert. It must rank as one of the finest settings of the Mass ordinary of the late sixteenth century, dazzling in its invention and sheer beauty. Gombert had been one of the most influential composers of the post-Josquin period, developing a style of composition based on continuous imitation and almost relentless expressivity with an extraordinarily high level of dissonance. Rogier’s Mass seems to be a tribute to this style. Two twelve-part accompanied motets are recorded here, pointing to a well-developed polychoral tradition at the Spanish court. The remaining motets on this recording represent different facets of the composer: desperate cries in the pentitential works and sheer exuberance in Cantantibus organis, a motet in honour of St Cecilia. The much admired choir of King’s College London and their director David Trendell appear in their Hyperion debut.

Recording details: May 2009; All Hallows, Gospel Oak, London, United Kingdom; Produced by Matthew O'Donovan; Engineered by Simon Eadon; Release date: April 2010;

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