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Weser-Renaissance / Manfred Cordes - Iacobus Regnart: Marian Motets album mp3
Choral
  • Performer:
    Weser-Renaissance / Manfred Cordes
  • Title:
    Iacobus Regnart: Marian Motets
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  • Style:
    Choral
  • Date of release:
    1996
  • Duration:
    01:11:43
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    1657 megabytes
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    1865 megabytes
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Weser-Renaissance Ensemble, Manfred Cordes Director. 1. Alma redemptoris mater, for five voices from 'Mariale' (1588). Jacob Regnart Composer. Omnia exuperrant sensum, for five voices from 'Mariale' (1588) Work. Weser-Renaissance Ensemble, Manfred Cordes Director. 2. Omnia exuperrant sensum, for five voices from 'Mariale' (1588). O quam te memorem, for six voices from 'Mariale' (1588) Work.

Weser-Renaissance Bremen: Franz Vitzthum, Alex Polter, Terry Wey, Bernd O. Fröhlich, Jan van Elsacker, Hermann Oswald, Kees Jan de Koning, Ulfried Staber. Co-Produktion: CPO/Radio Bremen; Recording: Stiftskirche Bassum, Januari 8-10, 2010. Cover Painting: Gherardo Stamina, Maria der Verkündigung ; Rechte Tafel eines Triptychons, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main.

Weser-Renaissance Bremen. Bitrate (quality): 192256320.

MARIALE 1588, Marian Motets for the Innsbruck Court Weser-Renaissance Bremen - Manfred Cordes (Di. CPO 999 507-2. Iacobus Regnart, a Netherlander, was employed as music director at the Innsbruck court when he published his anthology of Marian motets (either 1588 or 1590). There were originally 23 compositions in his Mariale, 15 are presented in this set of recordings. The Mariale represents the finest achievement of Regnart's sacred output and the composer also appears to have been personally motivated to honour Mary in dedicating these motets

Home Composers Regnart, Jacob Regnart: Marian Motets. Regnart: Marian Motets. Composer: Anonymous, Regnart, Jacob. Bremen Weser-Renaissance.

Artist: Weser-Renaissance Bremen & Manfred Cordes Title Of Album: Photograph Year Of Release: 2012 Label: CPO Records Country: Germany Genre: Classical Quality: FLAC ( image . ue, log, sc. Salve Regina a 5. The WESER-RENAISSANCE ensemble of Bremen under its proven conductor Manfred Cordes dedicates itself to the grand master of polyphony – Josquin Desprez and his Marian Motets. Download Weser-Renaissance Bremen & Manfred Cordes - Desprez: Missa Ave Maris Stella & Marian Motets (2012).

Sample this album Artist (Sample). The seven Marian motets on this CD take second billing to the Marian mass based on "Ave Maris Stella", but they are the very best music Josquin ever composed: Ave Maria a 4 Virgo prudentissima a 4 Virgo salutiferi a 5 Alma redemptoris mater, Ave regina a 4 Benedicta es, coerorum regina a 6 Salve regina a 5 The two "Virgo" motets include.

Manfred Cordes studied school and church music in Hannover and Berlin. After studying classical philology and vocal pedagogy a guest lecturer of music theory followed in Groningen. Since 1983, in Bremen, Cordes took over the vocal ensemble of the Forum Alte Musik Bremen and started with him an extensive concert career. By further specialization in the repertoire of the 16th and 17th century as well as by the addition of drag of historical instruments, the ensemble Weser- Renaissance Bremen was formed  . The Latin motets of Iacobus Regnart in the mirror from the key and doctrine of affections of the 16th century. University, Bremen 1991.

In 1588, Regnart published a collection of motets which displayed his support for Catholic reform. In 1590, Regnart and three of his four brothers, all of whom were accomplished musicians, published a joint collection of motets. Ferdinand had planned to make him a noble for his efforts, but died before he could do so; Archduke Matthias, his successor, completed the process in 1596. When Ferdinand died, his Hofkapelle was dissolved, and Regnart moved from Innsbruck back to Prague in 1596, where he became vice-Kapellmeister under Monte until his death in 1599. Regnart: Mariale 1588, Marian Motets for the Innsbruck Court. Weser-Renaissance Bremen, dir. Manfred Cordes CPO 999 507-2 1996.

Credits

Manfred Cordes - Director, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
Susan Marie Praeder - Translation
Olaf Rothe - Design
Burkhard Schmilgun - Executive Producer
Frank Schneider - Engineer
Paulo Veronese - Cover Painting
Stefan Weinzierl - Editing, Recording Supervision
Weser-Renaissance - Ensemble, Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Alma redemptoris mater for five voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 5:40
2 Omnia exuperrant sensum for five voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 4:13
3 O quam te memorem for six voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 5:11
4 Ave Regina Coelorum for six voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 2:22
5 Ave Maria for five voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 1:59
6 Stabat mater dolorosa for five voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 14:37
7 Regina coeli laetare for four voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 2:53
8 Recordare virgo mater for four voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 3:52
9 Magnificat anima mea for eight voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 4:46
10 Salve Regina misericordiae for five voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 4:55
11 Ave regina coelorum for four voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 2:45
12 Foelix es sacra virgo for four voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 4:11
13 Salve virga lesse for four voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 3:36
14 Salve puella gratiae for six voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 1:53
15 Me tua mors pie Christe for five voices from "Mariale" (1588) Manfred Cordes / Weser-Renaissance 8:41