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Tomás Luis De Victoria, Netherlands Chamber Choir - Victoria: "Officium Defunctorum" And Other Sacred Works flac album

Tomás Luis De Victoria, Netherlands Chamber Choir - Victoria: "Officium Defunctorum" And Other Sacred Works flac album

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Performer: Tomás Luis De Victoria
Title: Victoria: "Officium Defunctorum" And Other Sacred Works
Country: Australia
Style: Renaissance
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.4 ✦
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Complete your Tomás Luis De Victoria, Netherlands Chamber Choir collection.

Officium Defunctorum is a musical setting of the Office of the Dead composed by the Spanish Renaissance composer Tomás Luis de Victoria in 1603. The texts have also been set by other composers including Morales.

Tomás Luis de Victoria (sometimes Italianised as da Vittoria; c. 1548 – 27 August 1611) was the most famous composer in 16th-century Spain, and was one of the most important composers of the Counter-Reformation, along with Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Orlando di Lasso. Victoria was not only a composer, but also an accomplished organist and singer as well as a Catholic priest. However, he preferred the life of a composer to that of a performer.

He has rarely obtained more perfect results than with this recording of works by the towering figure of the Spanish Renaissance, Tomás Luís de Victoria. The Officium Defunctorum, described in the album annotations as a swan song, in fact fulfilled that role both for its dedicatee, the Empress Maria of Spain (Victoria's longtime employer), and for Victoria himself, who wrote nothing else after publishing this music in 1605; he died in 1611. The Offices consist of a requiem mass (Missa pro defunctis), a pair of motets, and a Libera me separate from the mass.

Tomas Luis de Victoria Officium defunctorum - 17. Motectum: Versa est in luctum (Gabrieli Consort, Paul McCreesh). de Victoria - Sacred Works Date ei de fructu a 4. (play). tomás luis de victoria officium defunctorum (philippe herreweghe, collegium vocale gent). Tomás Luis de Victoria (c. 1548 -1611) O sacrum convivium ( Winchester Cathedral Choir, David Hill ).

Victoria: Sacred Works. This is a fabulously atmospheric recording of Victoria's serenely sad and beautiful,"Officium defunctorum" of 1605. The quite excellent Westminster Cathedral Choir under their Master of Music,David Hill do perfect justice to this marvellously wrought composition,which positively radiates beauty from practically every note that enters the priviliged ear of the listener.

Gran colección de partituras de Tomás Luis de Victoria en formato pdf y midis didácticos elaboradas por Nancho Alvarez. Tomás Luis de Victoria. To open and practice the didactic MIDIs we recommend musescore. All the scores are created with lilypond. We provide the source ly files for possible modifications. Mobile versions are tested only with Adobe Reader. The phone version is intended for smaller screens because it allows zoom-in easily. It requires to disable auto-rotation and set "continuous" display mode option. The tablet version is better in fullscreen mode. Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae.

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Tracklist

A1 Introitus
A2 Kyrie
A3 Graduale
A4 Offertorium
A5 Sanctus
A6 Agnus Dei
A7 Communio
B1 Motectum
B2 Responsorium
B3 Lectio
B4 Popule Meus
B5 O Magnum Mysterium
B6 Pastores Loquebantur

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
82-6082, 6082 Tomás Luis De Victoria, Netherlands Chamber Choir*, Felix De Nobel Tomás Luis De Victoria, Netherlands Chamber Choir*, Felix De Nobel - Victoria: "Officium Defunctorum" And Other Sacred Works ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Club, Gat) The Record Society, World Record Club 82-6082, 6082 Australia 1963