• LAU020 Katalognummer
  • 8435307611147 EAN
  • 2CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Antiqua, Schola | Recasens, Albert | Asensio, Juan Carlos | La Grande Chapelle

Dirigent
Recasens, Albert | Asensio, Juan Carlos

Komponist
Victoria, Tomas Luis de

Ensemble
La Grande Chapelle | Schola Antiqua

Sjanger
Vokal

Plateselskap
Lauda

Verk

Tomas Luis de Victoria:

CD1

1 Domine labia mea aperies
2 Deus in adjutorium meum intende
3 Circumdederunt me/Venite, exsultemus Domino
4 Lectio I: Parce mihi Domine
5 Responsorium I: Credo quod redemptor
6 Lectio II: Taedet animam meam vitae meae
7 Responsorium II: Qui Lazarum resuscitasti
8 Lectio Vii: Spiritus Meus Attenuabitur
9 Responsorium Vii: Peccantem Me Quotidie
10 Exsultabunt Domino/Miserere mei Deus
11 Ego sum resurrectio/Dominus Deus Israel

CD2

1 Introitus: Requiem aeternam
2 Kyrie
3 Graduale: Requiem aeternam
4 Tractus: Absolve, Domine
5 Sequentia: Dies irae
6 Domine Iesu Christe/Hostias et preces
7 Praefatium
8 Sanctus - Benedictus
9 In elevatione (motectum): Versa est in luctum
10 Agnus Dei
11 Communio: Lux aeterna
12 Postcommunio: Dominus vobiscum
13 Responsorium: Libera me, Domine

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Produktbeskrivelse

The Officium defunctorum by Tomás Luis de Victoria, published in 1605, is one of the masterworks of the musical Renaissance, which still moves us with its austerity and expressive power. It was written “in the style of a swansong” for the funeral rites of the composer’s patroness, the empress Maria of Austria, sister of Philip II and widow of the emperor Maximilian II. For the first time in a recording, La Grande Chapelle and Schola Antiqua place the work in its liturgical context, restoring the two original days: the vigil for the dead and the mass which concludes with the rite of absolution. The funeral rites celebrated in Madrid in 1603 are evoked, by means of respecting the original performing forces, the inclusion of the lection, the responsories and the psalms written by Victoria himself, and the use of plainchant taken from sources of the period. This reading brings us closer in a new way to one of the most important dynastic ceremonies of the Spanish Habsburgs of the beginning of the 17th century.

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