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Wydawnictwo: Christophorus
Seria: Entree
Nr katalogowy: CHE 01922
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: luty 2014
EAN: 4010072019226
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): flamandzki
Rodzaj: motet

Lassus: Motets

Christophorus - CHE 01922
Wykonawcy
Concerto Palatino:
Bruce Dickey, cornetto
Harry Ries, alto sackbut
Charles Toet, tenor sackbut
Wim Becu, bass sackbut
Currende - Vocal Ensemble:
Katelijne Van Laethem, soprano
Jan Caals, tenor
Marius Van Altena, tenor
Josep Cabré, bass
Instrumental Ensemble:
Bart Coen, recorders
Philippe Pierlot, alto & bass viol
Piet Stryckers, tenor & bass viol
Kaori Uemura, bass viol & violone
Herman Stinders, organ
dir. Erik Van Nevel
1 Gaudent in coelis 2:53
2 Exsurgat deus 6:14
3 Salve regina 7:17
4 Pauper sum ego 1:52
5 Domine, clamavi ad te 8:09
6 Confitemini domino 4:08
7 Ante me 1:54
8 Pater noster 3:29
9 Misericordias domini 2:23
10 Nos qui sumus in hoc mundo 2:04
11 In deo salutare meum 3:39
12 O gloriosa domina 2:35
13 Quis mihi det 3:19
14 Pulvis et umbra sumus 2:41
15 Regnum mundi 2:34
16 Oculi omnium 4:20
17 Media vita in morte sumus 3:53
18 Exaudi domine 3:48
19 Agimus tibi gratias 1:25
The European fame of Roland de Lassus during his long career as composer and Kapellmeister at the Bavarian court in Munich was greater than any of his predecessors. It was due in the first place to the extraordinary expansion of the technique, relatively new at the time, of music printing. Thanks to this new medium a great number of printers, not only in the Germanic regions (where Lassus was active), but also in Italy (where he had lived for ten years during his youth), in the Netherlands (where he was born) and in France (where he had been well received), published his work. This was impressive and varied, covering all genres, both sacred and secular, known at that time, making Lassus the international figure of his day. One could say without exaggeration that for 40 years the demand was such that one could always find at least one printer engaged in preparing a Lassus edition. Indeed, between 1555 and 1594 there was each month at least one new appearance on the market of a composition by Lassus....

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