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LIEGE, E. de: In festo sanctissimae trinitatis (Psallentes, Abeele)

LIEGE, E. de: In festo sanctissimae trinitatis (Psallentes, Abeele)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Hendrik Vanden Abeele

Conductor

Psallentes

Ensemble

Psallentes

Chamber

Record Label
Ricercar

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 60:27
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In festo sanctissimae trinitatis

 
1 Antiphona: Gratias tibi deus 0:54
2 Responsorium: O beata trinitas 4:13
3 In I Vesperis: Antiphona, "Gloria tibi trinitas" 1:46
4 In I Vesperis: Antiphona, "Laus et perhennis" 1:47
5 In I Vesperis: Antiphona, "Gloria laudis resonet" 1:51
6 In I Vesperis: Antiphona, "Laus deo patri" 1:47
7 In I Vesperis: Antiphona, "Ex quo omnia" 2:35
8 In I Vesperis: Hymn, "O lux beta" 1:16
9 In I Vesperis: Lectio, "Naura divina" 2:30
10 In I Vesperis: Responsorium, "Tibi laus" 2:19
11 In I Vesperis: Antiphona, "Gratias Tibi deus - Magnificat" 5:51
12 Ad Matutinum: Invitatorium, "Deum Verum" 8:38
13 Ad Matutinum: Lectio, "Itaque convenit" 2:37
14 Ad Matutinum: Responsorium, "Qui deus magnus" 2:03
15 Ad Matutinum: Antiphona, "Te invocamus" 1:27
16 Ad Matutinum: Antiphona, "Karitas pater est" 1:59
17 Ad Matutinum: Antiphona, "Verax est pater" 1:52
18 Ad Matutinum: Lectio, "Et satis est" 2:33
19 Ad Matutinum: Responsoria: Gloria patri - Summe trinitati - Benedicamus patri et filio cum sancto spiritu" 9:51
20 In I Vesperis: Hymne, "Immensa Et una trinitas" 2:38
     
  Psallentes Ensemble
 Hendrik Vanden Abeele Conductor


The celebration of the Feast of the Holy Trinity goes back to the 10th century, although it was only four centuries later that the Feast of the Holy Trinity was universally recognised. Etienne, Bishop of Liège, composed the first Gregorian chants that were used in its offices, the music for the feast day being copied out constantly during the Middle Ages. The Psallentes ensemble has used an extraordinary manuscript that was preserved in St. Bavo’s Abbey in Ghent as the basis for this project, that undoubtly and right away joins the ranking of reference recording!

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