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Behold, and See: The Best of Millenium of Music, Vol.3 (Robert Aubry Davis Presents) Import

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This is the third in the series of compilation discs assembled by Robert Aubry Davis, host and producer of the long-standing public radio series Millennium of Music. Where volume two of the series drew on music for the Christmas season, this volume concentrates on music for Holy Week and Easter; more interestingly, it draws from the rich and varied catalog of early music recordings distributed in the U.S. by Qualiton Imports under the "Gioia Antiqua" imprint. Possibly the most valuable thing about this is that it features lesser-known performers right alongside well-established, highly respected groups such as the Orlando Consort and the Bach Collegium Japan (both in fine form here). Of course, with such a variety of lesser-known ensembles and small labels, this juxtaposition flatters some of these artists more than others. Some appear quite impressive (Schola Gregoriana Pragensis and Ensemble Daedalus, for example); others seem not ready for prime time (Westfälische Kantorei and the Spanish choir Musica Ficta). A particular treat is a medieval motet played by the legendary Dutch recorder trio Sour Cream (one of whose members was conductor Frans Brüggen). On a reasonably priced compilation disc like this, variable quality isn't a major drawback--use it to explore, find what appeals to you, and go on from there. It should be quite a stimulating endeavor. --Matthew Westphal

1. It Became Dark: von Schweden: Christe patris excelsi
2. It Became Dark: Corteccia: Tenebrae factae sunt
3. It Became Dark: Charpentier: Tenebrae facte sunt
4. It Became Dark: de Victoria: Lamentations of Jeremiah: Good Friday Lectio tertia
5. She Stood At The Foot Of The Cross: Giustiniani: Stava a pie de la croce
6. She Stood At The Foot Of The Cross: Desprez: Tu solus, qui facis mirabilia
7. She Stood At The Foot Of The Cross: Gletle: Popule meus
8. She Stood At The Foot Of The Cross: de la Rue: Vexilla regis/passio Domini
9. It is Finished: Cererols: Ay, que dolor!
10. It Is Finished: Handel:Messiah: "Behold, and see"
11. It is Finished: Schutz: Johannes-Passion: conclusion
12. It Is Finished: Handel: Violin Sonata in G, HWV 358: Adagio; Allegro
13. The Sun Beams Out With Bright Easter Joy: Tallis: Sermone blando
14. The Sun Beams Out With Bright Easter Joy: Anon: Kyrie paschale
15. The Sun Beams Out With Bright Easter Joy: Anon: Alleluia: Dominica resurrectionis
16. The Sun Beams Out With Bright Easter Joy: Vicentino: Alleluja haec dies
17. The Lamb Has Redeemed His Sheep: Dufay: Victimae paschali laudes
18. The Lamb Has Redeemed His Sheep: du Caurroy: Victimae paschali laudes
19. The Lamb Has Redeemed His Sheep: Anon: Cantio Surrexit Christus hodie
20. The Lamb Has Redeemed His Sheep: di Lasso: Regina coeli laetare
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 2, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Millennium of Music
  • ASIN: B00004TCCL
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #353,720 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By William L. Berenson on February 12, 2006
A beautiful selection of mostly choral pieces from the Baroque and pre-Baroque era. The choices are a mix of the familiar and unfamiliar which make listening to this a pleasure. Chosen for the Easter season, the selections are spiritually moving and will put you in touch with all that is sacred and holy. Performance is impeccable and the sound is rich, resonating with the lofty space of a cathedral.
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