Cristóbal de Morales, Tomás Luis de Victoria, William Byrd, Giovanni Gabrieli, Denis Stevens - Choral Music / mp3 album
|Performer:||Cristóbal de Morales|
|Title:||Choral Music /|
|MP3 album size:||1403 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1716 mb|
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Tomás Luis de Victoria's "Officium Defunctorum," in a live performance by Cantores Musicæ Antiquæ .
In Paradisum: Music of Victoria and Palestrina - Студийный альбом от The Hilliard Ensemble. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 16 треков.
Choral Music By Morales, Victoria And Byrd. A1. Missus Est Gabriel Angelus. Composed By – Morales. A2. Magnificat Primi Toni. Madrigals And Dialogues By Giovanni Gabrieli. B2. Ahi, Senza Te. 3:01.
Cristobal de Morales, Renaissance Spanish composer of sacred music. Josquin des Prez, composer of Renaissance polyphonic masses and sacred music. Guillaume Dufay, worked for the Papal chapel, composer of Renaissance polyphonic masses and sacred music. Giovanni Gabrieli, late Renaissance/early Baroque Italian composer who composed much sacred music. Jacobus Gallus, Slovenian composer of sacred music and member of the Cistercians. Joseph Gelineau, French composer of Gelineau psalmody and music for the Taizé Community. "Category:Victoria, Tomás Luis de - IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet Music". Retrieved 11 September 2017. Carter, Tim; Butt, John (22 December 2005).
Album · 2000 · 21 Songs. Missa O quam gloriosum: Gloria. By Tomás Luis de Victoria - Monteverdi Choir & John Eliot Gardiner. 12. O lux et decus Hispaniae (Codex Calixtinus). By Anonymous - John Eliot Gardiner & Monteverdi Choir.
The Spaniards Cristóbal de Morales and Tomás Luis de Victoria and the Englishmen William Byrd and Thomas Tallis all avoided secular melodies, even though these would have been largely obscured by the texture of the voices. On the other hand, the Netherlanders Orlando di Lasso (Lasso, Orlando di) and Philippe de Monte did not hesitate to draw upon themes of diverse origins. Denis W. Stevens, Tudor Church Music (1961), is a study of forms and styles in 16th-century church music.
Tomás Luis de Victoria Spanish composer Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611). Composer of the late Renaissance, the most famous composer of the 16th century in Spain. Kerle, Jacobus de. Knight, Matthew. Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da. Parry, Hubert. Victoria, Tomás Luis de. Wedderburn, James.
Tomás Luis de Victoria Sancta Maria, succurre miseris (The Choir of Westminster Cathedral, David Hill), 1984. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Tomás Luis de Victoria Ne timeas, Maria (The Choir of Westminster Cathedral, David Hill), 1984. Tomás Luis de Victoria Ave maris stella (The Choir of Westminster Cathedral, David Hill), 1984. Tomás Luis de Victoria Missa Vidi speciosam (The Choir of Westminster Cathedral, David Hill), 1984. Graduale: Requiem aeternam (Gabrieli Consort, Paul McCreesh).
Cristóbal de Morales-Magnificat primi toni (Anima mea). Tomás Luis de Victoria-Vere languores nostros. 97. Germany and Austria. Spelling has been modernized for consistency and comprehensibility.
Tomás Luis de Victoria. Motets for 4 Voices, Book 2: Sicut cervus desiderat - Sitivit anima mea. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Lamentation I, Book 3, "De Lamentatione Jeremiae Prophetae". Pavan and Galliard in F Major: No. 2. Tregian. Misericordias Domini. Almighty and everlasting God. Orlando Gibbons. Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548 – August 20, 1611) was a Spanish composer of the late Renaissance. View full artist profile.