Title: Music For Holy Week And Easter Sunday
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Directed By – Bruno Turner. Engineer – Tony Faulkner. Ensemble – Pro Cantione Antiqua. Executive-Producer – Edward Perry. Illustration – Sebastiano Ricci (2). Producer – Mark Brown (4). Soprano Vocals – Elizabeth Lane, Nancy Long, Suzanne Flowers. Tenor Vocals – Ian Partridge, James Griffett.
Three Lamentations for Holy Saturday. Pro Cantione Antiqua. 9. Three Lamentations for Holy Saturday.
Pro Cantione Antiqua of London (PCA) is a British choral group which was founded in 1968 by tenor James Griffett, counter-tenor Paul Esswood, and conductor and producer Mark Brown. Their first concert was at St Bartholomew's, Smithfield with Brian Brockless conducting but, from an early stage, they were closely associated with conductor and musicologist Bruno Turner.
The Pro Cantione Antiqua sing this music with great style and beauty, yet they bring out the depth of expression in this music with great taste and intelligence. The ensemble uses male voices from soprano to bass most of the time and as a result the sound is very unified. The three countertenors on the top lines are particularly good. This isn't easy music to get to know and it is not a disc for casual listening
Directed bu: Bruno Turner. Artist: Orlandus Lassus (c. 532-1594) Duration: 03:51 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. other tracks: Orlandus Lassus (c. 532-1594). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Orlandus Lassus (c. 532-1594) Magnificat "Praeter rerum seriem", motet fof 6 voices (Ensemble Pro Cantione Antiqua, London. 532-1594) Requiem á 5 (Ensemble Pro Cantione Antiqua, London. Directed bu: Bruno Turner.
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Orlandus Lassus (1532-1594) Lagrime di San Pietro. 18. Non trovara mia fé sì duro intoppo. Member of Collegium Aureum, Bläserkreis für Alte Musik Hamburg.
Album · 2010 · 15 Songs. Music for Easter Sunday: Hymn for Lauds Aurora Lucis Rutilat (feat. Pro Cantione Antiqua, Charles Brett, Timothy Penrose, Kevin Smith, James Griffett, Michael George, Christopher Keyte, Ian Partridge, Nancy Long, Stephen Roberts & Suzanne Flowers. 2. Music for Easter Sunday: Motet Surgens Jesus. 3. Music for Easter Sunday: Motet Christus Resurgens
Music for Holy Week and Easter Sunday. Orlande de Lassus; Pro Cantione Antiqua, Bruno Turner. fm's Hype Chart (Week 26 of 2019).
Orlande de Lassus (also Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso, Roland de Lassus, or Roland Delattre) (1532 (possibly 1530) – June 14, 1594) was a Franco-Flemish composer of late Renaissance music. Along with Palestrina (of the Roman School), he is today considered to be the chief representative of the mature polyphonic style of the Franco-Flemish School, and he was the most famous and influential musician in Europe at the end of the 16th century. Some of his masses show influence from the Venetian School, particularly in their use of polychoral techniques (for example, in the eight-voice Missa osculetur me, based on his own motet). Three of his masses are for double choir, and they may have been influential on the Venetians themselves; after all, Andrea Gabrieli visited Lassus in Munich in 1562, and many of Lassus's works were published in Venice.
|Three Lamentations For Maundy Thursday|
|Three Lamentations For Good Friday|
|Three Lamentations For Holy Saturday|
|D1||Hymn For Lauds, Easter Sunday - Aurora Lucis Rutilat||4:50|
|D2||Motet - Surgens Jesus||3:24|
|D3||Motet - Christus Resurgens||2:43|
|D4||Antiphon For Compline (Holy Saturday To Pentecost) - Regina Coeli Laetare||2:25|
|D5||Magnificat For Vespers - Magnificat Super 'Aurora Lucis Rutilat'||8:26|
- Bass Vocals – Christopher Keyte, Michael George , Stephen Roberts
- Composed By – Orlandus Lassus*
- Countertenor Vocals – Charles Brett, Kevin Smith , Timothy Penrose
- Design [Sleeve Design] – Terry Shannon
- Directed By – Bruno Turner
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Tony Faulkner
- Ensemble – Pro Cantione Antiqua
- Executive-Producer – Edward Perry
- Illustration [Sleeve Front Illustration] – Sebastiano Ricci
- Producer [Recording Producer] – Mark Brown
- Soprano Vocals – Elizabeth Lane, Nancy Long, Suzanne Flowers
- Tenor Vocals – Ian Partridge, James Griffett
NotesMade in Germany - Sleeve printed in England
|CDA66321/2, CDA66321||Orlandus Lassus*, Pro Cantione Antiqua||Orlandus Lassus*, Pro Cantione Antiqua - Music For Holy Week And Easter Sunday • Requiem In Four Parts (2xCD)||Hyperion, Hyperion||CDA66321/2, CDA66321||UK||1990|
|CDD22012||Orlandus Lassus*, Pro Cantione Antiqua||Orlandus Lassus*, Pro Cantione Antiqua - Music For Holy Week And Easter Sunday • Requiem In Four Parts (2xCD)||Hyperion, Dyad||CDD22012||UK||1997|