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Masterpieces of Renaissance Polyphony: Allegri; Cavalli; Gabrieli; Lotti; Monteverdi; Palestrina; Victoria


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1. Exsultate Deo, motet for 5 voices (from Motets Book V)
2. Peccantem me quotidie, motet for 5 voices (from Motets Book II for 5, 6, & 8 voices)
3. Tu es Petrus, motet for 7 voices (from Motets Book I)
4. Crucifixus a 8 Voix
5. Lauda Sion, sequence for 8 voices
6. Miserere mei Deus (Psalm 51), motet for chorus
7. Adoramus te, Christe, motet for 6 voices & continuo, SV 289
8. Cantate Domino canticum novum, motet, version for 6 voices, SV 292
9. Salve Regina, antiphon for 4 voices
10. Jubilate Deo, motet for 8 voices (1597)

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Renaissance choral music has for many years been marketed as stress-busting music to calm down the weary modern-day man or woman in a world full of uncertainty and danger.
Ironically, this music was born in a period of great stress and indeed danger as the Catholic Church and emergent Protestant faith wrestled for authority over nations. The Catholic Church rose to the challenge with some truly spectacular music, including Allegri's famous Miserere included on this CD. Written for use exclusively by the papal choir, this music owes its popularity to the young Mozart, who having heard it once, copied the
work from memory, bringing it to the outside world. Radical thought, as so often in history, was a punishable offence in the 16th century. Those who called for church reform were often dealt with brutally, paying with their lives for exposing the machinations and wrongdoings of Popes, bishops, priests and clerics.
It was in such a climate that Palestrina, Monteverdi, Victoria and others produced their greatest religious music. This CD makes a soundtrack to the great theatre that was Roman worship in the 16th and
17th centuries, while also providing nearly 50 minutes of uplifting and spiritual music.

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