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Volume II:The Mystery of the Cross

de Victoria: Lamentations

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Harry Christophers


The Sixteen



Venue:

St Jude on the Hill, Hampstead, London



Producer:

Mark Brown



Engineer:

Mike Clements



Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 74:55
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Volume II:The Mystery of the Cross

   
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TOMAS LUIS DE VICTORIA

(1548-1611)
   
 

Lamentations for Maundy Thursday

20:14  
1 Lectio I 6:55
2 Lectio II 7:01
3 Lectio III 6:16
   
4 

Hymn: Vexilla Regis (more hispano)

10:05
   
 

Lamentations for Good Friday

16:11  
5 Lectio I 4:16
6 Lectio II 6:24
7 Lectio III 5:31
   
8 

Hymn: Pange Lingua (more hispano)

8:28
   
 

Lamentations for Holy Saturday

19:59  
9 Lecti I 4:58
10 Lectio II 6:11
11 Lectio III 8:50


Scholar, mystic, priest, singer, organist and composer – six persons all rolled into one and that is, quite simply, why Victoria is the most outstanding composer of the Renaissance.

“This is what recording should be about...excellent performances and recorded sound...beautiful and moving.”

Gramophone

"...music Christophers was born to conduct.”

BBC Radio 3 - CD Review




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