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Motect written on the death of Philip II, King of Spain († 1598) Music: Alonso Lobo (1555-1617); performers: Tenebrae; conductor: Nigel Short

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Lobo’s eight-part setting of the Marian antiphon Ave Maria is one of seven motets that he published in 1602 while employed at Toledo Cathedral. It’s an astounding piece of music that’s based on a scheme of complex 8-in-4 canonical writing in which the lower voices of two SATB choirs sing the same music but the three upper voices swap places in response. The result of this is to generate four more voices from the original quartet. If that sounds complex it is! But the result is remarkably beautiful with all the strands coming together to present a seemingly seamless whole. Enjoy :-).- saturdaychorale.com/

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Cristobal De Morales & Requiem – wie es 1598 bei seiner Trauerzeremonie in der Kathedrale von Toledo hätte aufgeführt werden können.

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1. Ave regina caelorum – The Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips (conductor).

http://saturdaychorale.com/2015/06/08/alonso-lobo-1555-1617-ave-regina-caelorum/

During his lifetime Alonso Lobo was respected as the equal of Tomás Luis de Victoria his music was very widespread being found in collections all over Catholic Christendom from the Sistine Chapel to the New World. He published his six-part motet O quam suavis est, Domine in 1607. Its text is the antiphon for the Feast of Corpus Christi and consists of through-composed polyphony in which each of the six voices can clearly be heard particularly towards the end when each voice climbs gently through its fellows. The effect is one of sweetness and warmth almost madrigalian in its impact. Enjoy :-).

2. O quam suavis est, Domine – The Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips (conductor).

http://saturdaychorale.com/2015/04/07/alonso-lobo-1555-1617-o-quam-suavis-est-domine/

 

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