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Sicut cervus • Music by G.P. da Palestrina • Sung by The Gesualdo Six, directed by Owain Park • Recorded in the Lady Chapel at Ely Cathedral

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ROLAND DE LASSUS (1532 – 1594) Missa „Tous les regretz“ – Kyrie Gloria Credo Sanctus Agnus Dei THOMAS ASHEWELL (c.1478 – ap.1513) Missa „Ave Maria“ – Gloria Credo Sanctus Agnus Dei GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI DA PALESTRINA (c.1525 – 1594) Missa Ut re mi fa sol la – Kyrie Gloria Sanctus Agnus Dei

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Lamentationes Ieremiae prophetae – Pro Cantione Antiqua

1. Feria V in Coena Domini, lectio 1. Incipit Lamentatione Ieremiae prophetae
2. Feria V in Coena Domini, lectio 2. Vau. Et egressus est a filia Sion
3. Feria V in Coena Domini, lectio 3. Iod. Manum suam misit hostis
4. Feria VI in Parasceve, lectio 1. De Lamentatione Ieremiae prophetae
5. Feria VI in Parasceve, lectio 2. Matribus suis dixerunt
6. Feria VI in Parasceve, lectio 3. Aleph. Ego vir videns paupertatem meam
7. Sabbato Sancto, lectio 1. De Lamentatione Ieremiae prophetae
8. Sabbato Sancto, lectio 2. Aleph. Quomodo obscuratum est aurum
9. Sabbato Sancto, lectio 3. Incipit oratio Ieremiae prophetae

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Veni sponsa Christi,
Accipe coronam,
Quam tibi Dominus,
Praeparavit in aeternum
Alleluia.
Come bride of Christ,
accept the crown,
which the Lord has prepared,
for you forever
Alleluia.
One of the ways in which we differ in our appreciation of Palestrina’s music from the appreciation of his contemporaries is that we tend to focus on his Masses. This was far from the case during his lifetime when the focus was on his sacred Latin motets rather than his Masses. The majority of his motets (more than 250 of them) were published during his lifetime and it was these that caused his contemporaries to bestow upon Palestrina his nickname of ‚Prince of Music‘. Of course we can’t separate the two completely because – as was the case with ‚Veni sponsa Christi‘, Palestrina often used his motets as the basis for his Masses nevertheless for present purposes I’m going to focus just upon the antiphon and motet.  –

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