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CO 6014

Allegri - Miserere/ Palestrina - Missa Pape Marcelli

The Classical Shop
release date: May 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Harry Christophers


The Sixteen



Venue:

St Jude's Church, Central Square, London NW11

Nov 1989

Producer:

Mark Brown



Engineer:

Anthony Howell



Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 55:52
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ANTONIO LOTTI

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Crucifixus

3:16
 

GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI DA PALESTRINA

2 

Stabat Mater Dolorosa

9:19
 

GREGORIO ALLEGRI

3 

Miserere Mei

12:08
 

GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI DA PALESTRINA

 

Missa Papae Marcelli

 
4 Kyrie 3:56
5 Gloria 5:47
6 Credo 8:30
7 Sanctus and Benedictus 6:06
8 Agnus Dei I 3:15
9 Agnus Dei II 3:35


The haunting tones of Allegri’s Miserere are unique and instantly recognisable even to those who know little sacred choral music. Palestrina’s Missa Papae Marcelli is certainly his best known work. Along with his Stabat Mater it combines exquisite contrapuntal poise with a translucent setting of the words, whereby music and text complement each other to the detriment of neither. The chromaticism and blossoming cadences of Lotti’s eight part Crucifixus have made it a work loved by both choirs and listeners.
 

"Christophers draws brilliant performances from his singers, both technically assured and vividly impassioned."

The Guardian



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