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FOGGIA, F.: Choral Music (CapellAntiqua)

FOGGIA, F.: Choral Music (CapellAntiqua)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2003

Artists:

CapellAntiqua

Ensemble

CapellAntiqua



Venue:

Nydegg-Kirche, Bern, Switzerland



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 67:54
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FOGGIA, F.: Choral Music (CapellAntiqua)

     
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TOMAS LUIS DE VICTORIA

1 

Deus, in adjutorium - Domine, ad adjuvandum

1:10
     
 

2 

Ecce sacerdos

0:38
     
 

FRANCESCO FOGGIA

3 

Psalmodia vespertina, Op. 13

6:30
     
 

4 

Non est inventus

0:38
     
 

FRANCESCO FOGGIA

5 

Psalmodia vespertina, Op. 13

8:31
     
 

6 

Ideo jure jurando

0:37
     
 

FRANCESCO FOGGIA

7 

Psalmodia vespertina, Op. 13

5:13
     
 

8 

Sacerdotes Dei

0:35
     
 

FRANCESCO FOGGIA

9 

Psalmodia vespertina, Op. 13

7:03
     
 

10 

Serve bone

0:38
     
 

FRANCESCO FOGGIA

11 

Psalmodia vespertina, Op. 13

3:12
     
 

DOMENICO MASSENZIO

12 

Iste Confessor

5:05
     
 

13 

Sacerdos et Pontifex

0:53
     
 

FRANCESCO FOGGIA

14 

Psalmodia vespertina, Op. 13

9:31
     
15 

De valle lacrimarum

6:42
     
 

16 

Benedicamus Domino

0:52
     
 

BIBLE

17 

Psalmodia vespertina, Op. 13

4:46
     
 

FRANCESCO FOGGIA

18 

Gaudent in caelis

5:20
     
  CapellAntiqua Ensemble


 Psalmodia Vespertina

This collection of sacred music by Francesco Foggia, which dates from mature period and is arguably his most important extant collection, contains the pieces most often used in the Catholic Vespers service. One thus finds not only psalms - as is suggested the title - but also settings of the Magnificat and the Marian antiphons. The miscellany bears the year 1667 as its year of printing and designates its author a maestro di cappella of San Lorenzo in Damaso.
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