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Johannes Ockeghem | Roland de Lassus | A history of the Requiem, part I (Ref.: CYP1648)
A History of the Requiem takes the music-lover on a journey through the richly varied history of the requiem. Presenting one requiem per century seemed to be just right for illustrating the evolution of the musical form. The project begins naturally enough with the earliest surviving polyphonic requiem, that of Johannes Ockeghem, and continues with the luminous five-voice Missa pro defunctis by Lassus.
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Il Settecento Napoletano (Ref.: CYP1649)
This is the final part of an Italian trilogy in which Accordone, after its exploration of the 16th and 17th centuries, launches into the discovery of 18th century Neapolitan vocal music. The cantata L?annamurato Arfeo, to a text by Marco Beasley himself, was composed by Guido Morini in the style and for an instrumental group typical of the 18th century Neapolitan tradition. In his inimitable manner, Marco Beasley sings with perfect vocal mastery, with just the right tone for a repertory both traditional and sophisticated.
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W.A. Mozart| Complete songs for voice and piano (Ref.: CYP1650)
Mozart's complete songs for voice and piano by two of the most talented singers from the young generation
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André Campra | Michael Haydn | A history of the Requiem, part II (Ref.: CYP1651)
A History of the Requiem takes the music-lover on a journey through the richly varied history of the requiem. Presenting one requiem per century seemed to be just right for illustrating the evolution of the musical form.
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Johann Sebastian Bach | Concerto in Dialogo (Ref.: CYP1652)
The liturgy is so constructed that in some of its most beautiful passages a dialogue emerges between the Spiritual and the human. Bach, in whom lay a fervent yet frustrated dramaturge, was able to give ? at times - an operatic dimension to his many cantatas. Those that concern us on this very fine disc blend the liturgical aspect with a more theatrical dimension.
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The pulse of an Irishman | Folksongs from the British isles (Ref.: CYP1653)
One of the greatest interpretors of lieder and songs joins France's most impressive Trio to record those Folksongs from Beethoven, Haydn and Pleyel.
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Anton Bruckner & Maurice Duruflé | a history of the requiem, part 3 (Ref.: CYP1654)
?A history of the Requiem? takes the music-lover on a journey through the very varied history of the requiem. Presenting one work per century seemed to be just right for illustrating the evolution of this, one of the most significant musical forms in the history of music. This third volume presents works by Bruckner and Duruflé.
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Pierre Bartholomée | a history of the requiem, part 4 (Ref.: CYP1655)
Unlike many liturgical works, Pierre Bartholomée?s Requiem ? probably one of the first of the twenty-first century ? does not draw on Holy Scripture but on a human tragedy, that of little Jessica, a Rwandan child, the survivor of the genocide that slaughtered nearly 800,000 of her contemporaries, who yet was to find death ? a death as tragic as it was absurd ? in her country of asylum, the United States of America.
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vivifice spiritus vitae vis (Ref.: CYP1656)
?Vivifice Spiritus Vitae Vis? is the first chapter of ?Servabo?, a trilogy dedicated to the Trinity. This original composition by Guido Morini is everything but a pasticcio. The final result is absolutely ?contemporary?, but the ?traditional? musical context aids in the comprehension and participation of the listener.
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J. G. Janitsch ? Darmstadt Sinfoniae (Ref.: CYP1658)
At the court of the King of Prussia, in the mid 18th century, the aesthetic of the Berlin School, and Johann Gottlieb Janitsch as one of its members, seeked above all the beauty of the melody. And yet, the artistic production of this bright period of music?s history in northern Germany has sunk into oblivion.
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