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Huelgas-Ensemble - Sacred Songs Of The Renaissance mp3 album

  • Performer: Huelgas-Ensemble
  • Title: Sacred Songs Of The Renaissance
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: MIDI XM MP1 FLAC DXD WMA AIFF
  • Released: 2014
  • Style: Renaissance
  • MP3 album: 1480 mb
  • FLAC album: 1688 mb
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Huelgas-Ensemble - Sacred Songs Of The Renaissance mp3 album

Sacred Songs of the Renaissance.

An early music ensemble is a musical ensemble that specializes in performing early music of the European classical tradition from the Baroque era and earlier - broadly, music produced before about 1750.

The Huelgas Ensemble was founded by director Paul Van Nevel in 1971. It has specialized in choral music, frequently with instrumental support, from the thirteenth century on to the early Baroque. Their recordings of the High Renaissance have been especially prized. They have also been pioneers in the performance of the difficult Ars Subtilior repertory of the late medieval era. The present discography is very likely incomplete, although I do not know of specific items missing. If you can supply missing items or help to fill in information for known items, please contact me. When possible, the.

The Huelgas Ensemble was founded by Paul Van Nevel in 1971. is noted for recording unknown works and for their "burnished" sound. They have made more than 50 recordings for Sony Music and France’s Harmonia Mundi and have earned many significant awards. This CD focuses on Renaissance polyphonic music-i. multiple simultaneous harmonies as distinct from Medieval monophonic "Gregorian" chant.

Before 500 Ancient Music. 1450 - 1600 Renaissance. 1750 - 1830 1. Viennese School. Huelgas Ensemble Paul Van Nevel. 1- Philippe Verdelot (c. 1500-c. 1552): Italia mia 2- Gasparo Alberti (c. 1480-c.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Although the album's title is The Renaissance in Music, the musical selections go back to Solage in the late 14th Century, considered medieval by almost anyone. His rondeau Fumeux Fume (Smokey Smoke) is famous to a generation of music history students that used a Norton textbook reprinting its score. It's also justly famous for its remarkable chromaticism, of the sort that wouldn't be approached again until the madrigals of Gesualdo and Marenzio in the late 16th Century).

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1 Gaude Virgo Mater Christi À 6 (Excerpt)
Composed By – Edmund Sturton
6:00
2 Sanctus From Missa "Et Ecce Terra Motus" À 12 Voce
Composed By – Antoine Brumel
3:14
3 Qui Tollis From Missa "Et Ecce Terrae Motus" À Voce
Composed By – Antoine Brumel
3:23
4 Mitten Wir Im Leben Sind Mit Dem Tod Umfangen
Composed By – Michael Praetorius
1:45
5 Allein Zu Dir Herr Jesu Christ Mein Hoffnung Steht Auf Erden
Composed By – Michael Praetorius
1:17
6 Motet A 5: Qui Concolabatur Me
Composed By – Jacobus Clemens Non Papa*
4:46
7 Regina Coeli - Marian Antiphon For 12 Voices
Composed By – Nicholas Gombert*
6:07
8 Spem In Alium: Forty-Part Motet
Composed By – Thomas Tallis
9:51
9 Agnus Dei From Missa Super "Sancta Maria"
Composed By – Jacobus Gallus
2:16
10 Agnus Dei I & II À 6 From Missa Tempore Paschali
Composed By – Nicholas Gombert*
3:39
11 Ecce Beatam Lucem: Forty-Part Non-Liturgical Motet
Composed By – Alessandro Striggio
9:17
12 Gaude Virgo Mater Christi À 6
Composed By – Edmund Sturton
12:51

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