Victoria And Iberian Polyphony

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0120060508

Donald Macleod explores the life and work of Tomás Luis da Victoria (1548-1611), and other composers working in Spain in the 16th Century.

Josquin de Pres: La Spagna

Hesperion XXI

Jordi Savall

Cristóbal de Morales: Jubilate Deo omnis terra

La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Hesperion XXI

Juan Navarro: In passione positus

Pro Cantione Antiqua

Bruno Turner

Francisco Guerrero: Missa sancta et immaculata

Westminster Cathedral Choir

James O'Donnell

Tomás Luis de Victoria: Ave Maria á 8

The Sixteen

Harry Christophers.

0220060509

Donald Macleod explores the music of two of the greatest composers of the Renaissance.

Victoria: Super flumina Babylonis

The Sixteen

Harry Christophers

Victoria: Lamentations for the 1st Nocturne

Choir of Trinity College Cambridge

Richard Marlow

Palestrina: Missa Papae Marcelli

Tallis Scholars

Peter Phillips

0320060510

Donald Macleod explores the tensions between Spain and Portugal in the 16th and 17th Centuries, through music associated with the period.

Estêvão Lopes Moragao: Commissa mea

Pro Cantione Antiqua

Mark Brown

Manuel Cardoso: Missa pro defunctis

King John IV: Crux fidelis

Victoria and Iberian Polyphony

3/5. Donald Macleod explores the tensions between Spain and Portugal in the 16th and 17th Centuries, through music associated with the period.

Mark Brown (director)

0420060511

Donald Macleod explores music from Victoria's 12th collection which he published in 1600.

Missa pro Victoria

The Cardinall's Musick

Andrew Carwood (director)

Magnificat Sexti toni á 12

The Sixteen

Harry Christophers (conductor)

Missa Laetatus sum

Andrew Carwood

Harry Christophers

0520060512

Having spent time in Italy developing and pursuing both the musical and spiritual sides of his nature, Tomás Luis da Victoria returned to Spain in the mid 1580s as a personal chaplain to King Philip II's sister, the Dowager Empress Maria. Donald Macleod explores music associated with the royal household.

Don Fernando de las Infantas: Quasi stella matutiana

Westminster Cathedral Choir

James O'Donnell

Bartolomé de Escobedo: Credo from Missa Philippus Rex Hispaniae

Alonso Lobo: Versa est in luctum

Tallis Scholars

Peter Phillips

Victoria: Missa pro defunctis