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CL 1221

A Gift for a King

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Magdala



Venue:

Church of the monastery of San Salvatore al Monte, Florence



Record Label
Gift Of Music

Genre:

Choir


Renaissance

Total Time - 60:07
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PHILIPPE VERDELOT

1 

Congregati sunt

4:15
   
 

CLAUDIN DE SERMISY (c.1490-1562)

2 

Quousque non reverteris pax

5:39
   
  plainsong  
3 

Alma redemptoris mater

1:56
   
 

JEAN LHERITIER

4 

O clemens, o pia virgo

7:36
   
 

PHILIPPE VERDELOT

5 

Deus in nomine

6:53
   
  plainsong  
6 

Ave regina caelorum

1:33
   
 

CLAUDIN DE SERMISY (c.1490-1562)

7 

Aspice Domine

3:39
   
 

ADRIANUS WILLAERT (1490-1562)

8 

Ecce Dominus veniet

2:39
   
 

PHILIPPE VERDELOT

9 

Ave gratia plena

3:56
   
  plainsong  
10 

Regina caeli

1:45
   
11 

Sancta Maria

3:57
12 

O dulcissime Domine

5:22
   
  plainsong  
13 

Salve regina

2:40
   
 

ADRIANUS WILLAERT (1490-1562)

14 

Pater noster

5:05
   
 

ANONYMOUS (PHILIPPE VERDELOT?)

15 

Nil majus superi vident

3:12
   
  directed by David Skinner  
   


Music for Henry VIII

A collection of glorious sacred music which was presented as a gift to Henry VIII in 1526 by the city of Florence. Music by the great European composers of the day which was known to Henry and heard in his great chapels throughout the land, in an atmospheric recording by Oxford’s finest mixed-voice choir.

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