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The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice - Antoine Brumel: Missa de beata virgine & Motets (2014) [HDTracks]

17-04-2016, 07:43
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Title: Antoine Brumel: Missa de beata virgine & Motets
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Hyperion Records
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24Bit/96kHz]
Total Time: 63:56
Total Size: 1,16 GB (d.booklet)

Recorded: August 2013 at The Church of St Michael and All Angels, Summertown, Oxford, United Kingdom.

The Brabant Ensemble continues its exploration of hidden gems of the Renaissance with an album of music by Antoine Brumel, famous for his ‘Earthquake’ Mass but otherwise barely known today. Conductor Stephen Rice has assembled an intriguing collection of works including the Missa de beata virgine, a work suffused with plainsong but in which the voices are used almost percussively, making rhythm the driving force of the piece. The Christmas motet Nato canunt omnia is one of the most remarkable musical works of the period.


Antoine Brumel (c1460-1512/13)

1 Nato canunt omnia [8'19]
2 Beata es, Maria [4'11]
3 Lauda Sion salvatorem [14'03]
4 Ave caelorum domina [4'04]
Missa de beata virgine
5 Kyrie [4'14]
6 Gloria [7'35]
7 Credo [9'15]
8 Sanctus and Benedictus [6'59]
9 Agnus Dei [5'16]

The Brabant Ensemble
Stephen Rice, conductor

The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice  - Antoine Brumel: Missa de beata virgine & Motets (2014) [HDTracks]

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Brkl   User offline   18 April 2016 12:07

Many thanks!

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mondzeichen   User offline   19 April 2016 18:50

Thank You very much for sharing this recording of most astonishing renaissance polyphony in so high quality, @nfyz5! :-) (I guess Brumel is to me one of those composers whose works I shall never stop admiring, and, of course, my personal favourite is Missa Et ecce terraemotus; shall see if this album shall change something in this matter... ;-))

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