Cover Gesualdo Responsoria 1611

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Album-Release:
2014

HRA-Release:
31.03.2014

Label: Phi

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

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  • Carlo Gesualdo (1566-1613): Feria Quinta, Tenebrae Responsories for Maundy Thursday
  • 1I. In monte Oliveti04:19
  • 2II. Tristis est anima mea04:35
  • 3III. Ecce vidimus eum06:56
  • 4IV. Amicus meus03:22
  • 5V. Judas mercator pessimus02:10
  • 6VI. Unus ex discipulis meis05:08
  • 7VII. Eram quasi agnus innocens05:15
  • 8VIII. Una hora03:15
  • 9IX. Seniores populi05:38
  • Feria Sexta, Tenebrae Responsories for Good Friday
  • 10I. Omnes amici mei03:51
  • 11II. Velum templi03:37
  • 12III. Vinea mea electa03:19
  • 13IV. Tamquam ad latronem03:00
  • 14V. Tenebrae factae sunt04:32
  • 15VI. Animam meam dilectam07:20
  • 16VII. Tradiderunt me02:24
  • 17VIII. Jesum tradidit impius03:35
  • 18IX. Caligaverunt oculi mei07:00
  • Sabbato Sancto, Tenebrae Responsories for Holy Saturday
  • 19I. Sicut ovis03:27
  • 20II. Jerusalem, surge03:08
  • 21III. Plange quasi virgo05:08
  • 22IV. Recessit pastor noster03:39
  • 23V. O vos omnes03:37
  • 24VI. Ecce quomodo moritur justus05:11
  • 25VII. Astiterunt reges terrae01:53
  • 26VIII. Aestimatus sum03:11
  • 27IX. Sepulto Domino04:36
  • Benedictus, Canticle (Luke I, 68-79)
  • 28Benedictus, Canticle (Luke I, 68-79)04:50
  • Miserere, Psalm 50
  • 29Miserere, Psalm 5008:29
  • Total Runtime02:06:25

Info for Gesualdo Responsoria 1611

The second project of Collegium Vocale Gent and Philippe Herreweghe for Phi to focus on Renaissance music is devoted to one of the most remarkable of all composers: Carlo Gesualdo. Both his life, characterised by extravagant and excessive behaviour, and his compositions left their mark on the history of music. Although best known for his secular music, he also wrote an almost equivalent number of sacred works that demonstrate his fervent faith. The Tenebrae Responsories comprise a set of pieces for Holy Week, in all twenty-seven motets for six voices, a psalm, and a hymn, published under his own supervision in 1611. As in his madrigals, the music is underpinned by many unexpected chromatic variations that create expressive images evoking tears, the earthquake, the despair of Christ on the cross, etc. The acoustics of the church of the village of Asciano in Tuscany, where the programme was recorded in 2011, create the perfect soundscape for this music.

Collegium Vocale Gent
Philippe Herreweghe, Dirigent

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