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Festal Sacred Music of Bavaria, c1600 - Andrew Carwood (tenor); His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts; Iain Simcock (organ); Matthew Vine (tenor);...
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  1. Canzon Duodecmi Toni 8
  2. Cantate Domino Canticum Novum 12
  3. Sacerdotes Dei
  4. Missa Bell' Amfirit'altera, for 8 voices, H. viii/55: Kyrie
  5. Toccata in G
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  1. Canzon Duodecmi Toni 8
  2. Cantate Domino Canticum Novum 12
  3. Sacerdotes Dei
  4. Missa Bell' Amfirit'altera, for 8 voices, H. viii/55: Kyrie
  5. Toccata in G
  6. Missa Bell' Amfirit'altera, for 8 voices, H. viii/55: Gloria
  7. Canzona Secundi Toni
  8. Alleluia: Hic est sacerdos
  9. Missa Bell' Amfirit'altera, for 8 voices, H. viii/55: Credo
  10. Canzon noni toni
  11. Missa Bell' Amfirit'altera, for 8 voices, H. viii/55: Sanctus
  12. Missa Bell' Amfirit'altera, for 8 voices, H. viii/55: Benedictus
  13. Fantasia sub Elevatione
  14. Missa Bell' Amfirit'altera, for 8 voices, H. viii/55: Agnus Dei
  15. Toccata octavi toni
  16. O Sacrum Convivium
  17. Posuisti Domine
  18. Canzona, la Paglia
  19. Domine Dominus noster 5
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On this Hyperion recording, the Westminster Cathedral Choir under James O'Donnell and the period instrument wind group His Majesty's Sagbutts & Cornetts present a winning realization of Lassus' Missa Bell' Amfitrit'altera as it might have been performed in Bavaria at the beginning of the seventeenth century.This particular Lassus mass has been recorded a few more times than most others have, and by good choirs. What sets the Westminster Cathedral Choir recording apart from the rest is the contextualization and liturgical ...

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Festal Sacred Music of Bavaria, c1600 1994, Hyperion

UPC: 034571166889

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