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Palestrina – Missa Sina Nomine A6, Accepit Jesus Calicem, Judica Me Domine, Unus Ex Duobus, Deus Qui Dedisti, Tu Es Petrus with Motets by Ingegneri (24/96 FLAC)

Palestrina - Missa Sina Nomine A6, Accepit Jesus Calicem, Judica Me Domine, Unus Ex Duobus, Deus Qui Dedisti, Tu Es Petrus with Motets by Ingegneri (24/96 FLAC)

Palestrina – Missa Sina Nomine A6, Accepit Jesus Calicem, Judica Me Domine, Unus Ex Duobus, Deus Qui Dedisti, Tu Es Petrus with Motets by Ingegneri (24/96 FLAC)

Composer: Marc’Antonio Ingegneri, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Performer: James Mitchell, Lucy Morrell, Choir of Girton College Cambridge, Historic Brass of the Guildhall School
Orchestra: Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Conductor: Gareth Wilson
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Toccata
Catalogue: TOCC0516
Release: 2019
Size: 1.21 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Ingegneri: Super flumina Babylonis

Palestrina: Motettorum, Book 1
02. No. 18, Deus qui dedisti legem Moysi (Arr. for Choir & Brass Ensemble)

Palestrina: Missa sine nomine à 6
03. I. Kyrie (Arr. for Choir & Brass Ensemble)

04. Palestrina: Judica me Deus

Palestrina: Missa sine nomine à 6
05. II. Gloria (Arr. for Choir & Brass Ensemble)

06. Ingegneri: Duo Seraphim clamabant

Palestrina: Missa sine nomine à 6
07. III. Credo (Arr. for Choir & Brass Ensemble)

08. Palestrina: Ricercar quarti toni

Palestrina: Missa sine nomine à 6 (Arr. for Choir & Brass Ensemble)
09. IV. Sanctus
10. V. Benedictus

Palestrina: Motettorum, Book 3
11. No. 25, Accepit Jesus calicem (Arr. for Brass Ensemble)

Palestrina: Missa sine nomine à 6
12. VI. Agnus Dei (Arr. for Choir & Brass Ensemble)

13. Palestrina: Ricercar octavi toni

Palestrina: Motettorum, Book 1
14. No. 23, Unus ex duobus

Palestrina: Motettorum, Book 2
15. No. 24, Tu es Petrus

16. Ingegneri: Lauda Sion

Renaissance polyphony is generally held to be stately, calm, reassuring. But this programme of Palestrina’s six-part Missa sine nomine, complemented by five of his motets and three by Marc’Antonio Ingegneri (c. 1535/36–92), was recorded after the Choir of Girton College, Cambridge, had undertaken a tour of Israel and Palestine. There the music and its texts (‘How can we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?’) took on an extraordinary poignancy, with the dispossession and desperation of thousands of years ago animating the restrained dignity of Palestrina’s counterpoint with an unexpectedly topical intensity. The Girton College Chapel Choir has gained an impressive reputation as one of the most distinguished mixed-voice choirs at the University of Cambridge. As an international prize-winning ensemble comprising around 26 students, it has built its reputation through regular choral services in Girton College Chapel and frequent performances in parish churches and cathedrals across the UK. Choir members are all undergraduate or graduate students at Cambridge University.

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