Chour In illo tempore - Tomás Luis de Victoria: Vêpres et complies inédites

Chour In illo tempore - Tomás Luis de Victoria: Vêpres et complies inédites

  • Introducing the music of Alexandre Traube! Daniel Hertz is proud to introduce the music of Alexandre Traube, a composer, conductor and specialist in early European church music. Based in Switzerland, Traube is the founder of the Choeur In illo tempore and the Ensemble Flores harmonici, at the head of which he has pursued his passion for religious music from both Western and Eastern traditions for the last twenty years. Now available are “Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle” (single disk) and “Victoria: Vêpres inédites” (2 disk set), recorded in churches with some of the best acoustics in Europe.


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Entrée: Quarto Tiento 18 de quarto tono 52.88 MB €1.20
Verset Deus in adjutorium 12.43 MB €1.20
Dixit Dominus à 4 71.34 MB €1.20
Confitebor à 4 80.05 MB €1.20
Motet: In te Domine speravi (instr.) 58.30 MB €1.20
Beatus vir à 4 76.38 MB €1.20
Laudate pueri 60.17 MB €1.20
Motet: Beati immaculati 27.76 MB €1.20
In exitu 136.68 MB €1.20
Tiento 53 de dos tiples de segundo tono 54.05 MB €1.20
Capitule 6.81 MB €1.20
Hymne: Lucis creator 43.90 MB €1.20
Magnificat à 8 113.08 MB €1.20
Gloria Patri (fin du Magnificat) 34.14 MB €1.20
Oraison - Benedicamus Domino 19.21 MB €1.20
Sortie: Tiento 63 de tiple de sexto tono 96.89 MB €1.20
Verset et Psaume 4 29.28 MB €1.20
Psaume 90 - Psaume 133 56.76 MB €1.20
Hymne: Te lucis ante terminum - capitule 14.19 MB €1.20
Répons bref: In manus tuas, Domine 37.40 MB €1.20
Nunc dimmitis à 5 52.63 MB €1.20
Sortie: Quinto Tiento 29 de tiple de septimo tono 69.25 MB €1.20
Salve Regina à 8 62.69 MB €1.20
O clemens (fin du Salve Regina) 28.48 MB €1.20
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 Victoria (recorded at Abbatiale de Payerne in Switzerland).
The disk set features unpublished works by the greatest Spanish Renaissance composer Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611). The recording recreates the original context of the evening services of vespers and compline in early seventeenth-century Rome, in which these songs were performed. The works shed new light on these choral practices, in particular due to Victoria’s falsibordoni – the polyphonic declamation of a text immortalised by Allegri’s famous Miserere.

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