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  • CD (16 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00002Z841
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Disque : 1

  1. Taedet Animam Meam
  2. Ego Sum Resurrectio
  3. Benedictus Dominus Deus
  4. Introitus: Requiem Aeternam
  5. Kyrie Eleison
  6. Graduale: Requiem Aeternam
  7. Offertorium: Domine Iesu Christe
  8. Sanctus: Benedictus
  9. Agnus Dei
  10. Communio: Lux Aeterna
  11. Motectum: Versa Est In Luctum
  12. Absolutio: Libera Me

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HASH(0x9b02d798) étoiles sur 5 A Touching, Nearly Perfect Requiem 7 octobre 2008
Par August Jirovec - Publié sur Amazon.com
As the owner of several different recordings of Victoria's mysterious masterwork, the Officium Defunctorum, I've had a chance to listen to interpretations that vary from cold and academic, to organic but hokey, to rich and soulful. The latter best describes this effort by Philip Cave and the Magnificat singers. Although not without its faults, it is by far the most convincing performance to be committed to disc in recent years.

This particular version includes associated works by Victoria that would have been sung throughout the entire Office; this was done to mimic the actual event from top to bottom. The resulting program is thus drawn out nicely and gives some historical perspective, though the pacing might be a touch sluggardly for some.

You've no doubt read that the musicians singing in this project are affiliated with other outstanding vocal groups, including the famous Tallis Scholars. They acquit themselves admirably throughout the entire length of the album with only a few minor intonation issues here and there. Ensemble-wise, the voices blend perfectly as Cave shapes an often exciting soundscape where the performers make their various entrances and exits with ease. This is music where the middle register rules, and in this respect it will be hard to top Magnificat.

The standout movement has to be graduale, "Requiem Aeternam." It is three minutes, fifty-two seconds of what has to be the most beautiful and wondrous music ever written. The motet, "Versa est in Luctum" is also excellent and makes for a fitting bridge into the final portion of the work, "Libera Me."

My main complaint, after the handful of intonation issues (sorry, the Tallis Scholars' past recordings simply set the bar too high) is the lingering ambient noise. It sounds like the microphones picked up some of the low frequencies from the air handling system in the hall. But in general the sound quality from the singers is most assuredly outstanding, so it only makes sense that the bits in the background were recorded equally well.

If you can obtain this recording, and have at least a passing interest in sacred vocal music of the late Renaissance, you would be well advised to do so by any means. You will be glad to add it to your collection.
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HASH(0x9b5b7dbc) étoiles sur 5 Victoria: Requiem - Officium defunctorum (1605) 15 décembre 2010
Par Bjorn Viberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Victoria: Requiem - Officium defunctorum (1605) is a recording that I loved from the very second that I heard it. Tomás Luis De Victoria is just as tallented as Byrd or Palestrina meaning that he is a genius in his own right. Linn Records have once more raised the bar on the sound quality and one verily feels as if one is listening to this recording live. Timothy Morris has written interesting and well-written liner-notes. The lyrics are available in Latin and English. Being a very devout person the lyrics speak right into my soul. Highly recommended. 5/5.
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