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Gabrieli: Symphoniae Sacrae II, 1615 - Brian Etheridge (bass); David Thomas (bass); Emma Kirkby (soprano); Geoffrey Shaw (bass); John Skinner (counter tenor);...
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  1. Magnificat for 14 voices, C. 79
  2. Suscipe clementissime Deus, motet for 12 voices, C. 70
  3. Quem vidistis pastores, motet for 14 voices, C. 77
  4. Buccinate in neomenia tuba, motet for 19 voices, C. 84
  5. In Ecclesiis, motet for 14 voices, C. 78
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  1. Magnificat for 14 voices, C. 79
  2. Suscipe clementissime Deus, motet for 12 voices, C. 70
  3. Quem vidistis pastores, motet for 14 voices, C. 77
  4. Buccinate in neomenia tuba, motet for 19 voices, C. 84
  5. In Ecclesiis, motet for 14 voices, C. 78
  6. Jubilate Deo, motet for 10 voices, C. 65
  7. Misericordia tua, Domine, motet for 12 voices, C. 69
  8. Surrexit Christus, motet for 11 voices, C. 66
  9. Magnificat for 17 voices, C. 83
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The music of Giovanni Gabrieli, as we understand it today, has everything to do with contrasting and concerting textures: different vocal ranges, instrumental combinations, and other overt shifts in sonority. Our understanding of this vibrant music has only been amplified by researchers and musicians who have plumbed the boundaries of this composer's intentions. One of the earliest and most influential early recordings of Gabrieli's music has now been re-released on this CD by l'Oiseau-Lyre. In 1977, Gabrieli's music tended ...

Gabrieli: Symphoniae Sacrae II, 1615 2007, L'Oiseau-Lyre

UPC: 028947591139

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