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Wydawnictwo: Delphian
Nr katalogowy: DCD 34284
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2022
EAN: 801918342844
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Epoka muzyczna: renesans
Obszar (język): flamandzki, francuski
Rodzaj: motet

Willaert / Gombert / Arcadelt: The Mysterious Motet Book of 1539

Delphian - DCD 34284
Adrian Willaert (ok.1490-1562)
Nicolas Gombert (c1495-c1560)
Jacques Arcadelt (1507-1568)
Pierre Cadéac, Johannes Lupi, Maistre Jhan, Johannes Sarton, Dominique Phinot, Jhan du Billon, Simon Ferrariensis, Jacquet of Mantua
Siglo de Oro / Patrick Allies
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Pierre Cadéac:
Salus populi ego sum

Jacques Arcadelt:
Dum complerentur dies Pentecostes

Johannes Lupi:
Apparens Christus

Adrian Willaert:
Laetare sancta mater ecclesia
Peccavi super numerum arenae maris

Maistre Jhan:
Pater noster – Ave Maria

Johannes Sarton:
Haec dies quam fecit

Dominique Phinot:
Exsurge quare obdormis

Jhan du Billon:
Postquam impleti sunt dies purgationis Mariae

Simon Ferrariensis:
Ave et gaude gloriosa virgo

Nicolas Gombert or Jacquet of Mantua:
Veni electa mea

Nicolas Gombert:
Laus Deo, pax vivis
In the late 1530s, Milanese composer Hermann Matthias Werrecore assembled a collection of sacred music and sent it across the Alps to the publisher Peter Schoeffer in Strasbourg. In making the journey from staunchly Catholic Milan to newly Protestant Strasbourg, the repertoire in question became cross-confessional. What was the purpose of publishing a motet book in a German imperial city where Latin choral singing no longer took place?

Siglo de Oro have collaborated with Dr Daniel Trocmé-Latter (University of Cambridge) to showcase works from this puzzling volume, setting motets by Nicolas Gombert, Jacquet of Mantua, Jacques Arcadelt and Adrian Willaert alongside less familiar names such as Simon Ferrariensis and the enigmatic Johannes Sarton. The resulting recording exhibits the combination of meticulous musicological research and finely crafted, sonorous singing that their previous Delphian albums have led us to expect.

Recorded on 7-9 January 2022 in St George’s Church, Chesterton, Cambridge.

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  • ACC 20021
  • DGCD 21135
  • KTC 1755
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  • CDA 68379