Choir of Girton College – Marc’Antonio Ingegneri, Vol. 2: Missa Voce mea a 5 & Motets for Double Choir (2022) [FLAC 24bit, 192 kHz]

Choir of Girton College - Marc'Antonio Ingegneri, Vol. 2: Missa Voce mea a 5 & Motets for Double Choir (2022) [FLAC 24bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Choir of Girton College
Album: Marc’Antonio Ingegneri, Vol. 2: Missa Voce mea a 5 & Motets for Double Choir
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 01:02:41
Total Tracks: 14
Total Size: 2,06 GB

Tracklist:

1-01. Choir of Girton College – Exultate Deo (02:38)
1-02. Choir of Girton College – Voce mea (Attrib. de Rore) (03:55)
1-03. Choir of Girton College – I. Kyrie (03:59)
1-04. Historic Brass of the Guildhall School and Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama – Domine, exaudi (02:55)
1-05. Choir of Girton College – II. Gloria (05:41)
1-06. Choir of Girton College – Beata viscera (02:54)
1-07. Choir of Girton College – III. Credo (09:27)
1-08. Choir of Girton College – Vidi Montes (03:08)
1-09. Historic Brass of the Guildhall School and Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama – O pretiosum (04:07)
1-10. Choir of Girton College – IV. Sanctus – V. Benedictus (05:07)
1-11. Historic Brass of the Guildhall School and Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama – O quam suavis (04:42)
1-12. Choir of Girton College – VI. Agnus Dei (05:58)
1-13. Choir of Girton College – Ave verum corpus (04:40)
1-14. Choir of Girton College – Hodie assumpta est Maria (03:25)

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The Cremonese composer Marc’Antonio Ingegneri (ca. 1535/36–92) is chiefly remembered as the teacher of Claudio Monteverdi, while, for well-nigh 500 years, his own achievements were left to sit in the shadows.

This second in a series of pioneering recordings from the Choir of Girton College, Cambridge, reveals Ingegneri to have been one of the masters of his age, writing music of breathtaking richness and beauty: the works heard here combine learned, intricate counterpoint with the kind of sheer sonic thrill that brings a shiver of physical excitement. It is, of course, religious music, but it is also extraordinarily passionate, to a degree not previously heard, nor for centuries to come, until the rise of the great Romantic choral works.

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