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مجموعه مگنیفیکت از لیبل بریبینت کلاسیک
مختص کاربر ویژه 1399/12/05

مجموعه مگنیفیکت از لیبل بریبینت کلاسیک (Magnificat (Brilliant Classics 14 CD

From the celebrated classics to the rare recordings, this set brings together 600 years of the Magnificat. Short for Magnificat anima mea Dominum (My soul doth magnify the Lord), its also known as The Song of Mary and The Canticle of Mary and makes up part of the Catholic liturgy and Anglican canticles.

The Magnificat comes from Luke I: 46-55 and conveys the Virgin Marys elation after the revelation that she is carrying the son of God. Throughout the centuries composers have tried their hand at setting this passage to music. This set takes the listener on a trip through time as we begin in the Medieval and Renaissance eras with Josquin, Gibbons and Dowland, passing via Bach, Mozart and Liszt, before arriving at present day interpretations of the sacred text.

The wide time-span and geographies of the composers in this release provide some interesting comparisons. The set opens with a selection of early music composers, the pioneers of choral music, among them Giovanni Legrenzi who was enormously influential in the development of the Italian Baroque style and counted Vivaldi among his students, the latter also featuring on this set.

Other influential figures include Gombert, a Franco-Flemish composer who employs double counterpoint, a technique later beloved by Bach, while Dutch composer Adrian Willaert, active during the same era as Gombert, based himself in Venice and was a pioneer in the use of antiphonal effects. Composers from across Europe came to learn from Willaert and took his teachings back to their native countries. Nourished by cross-cultural exchanges, musical in Europe flourished, and in the rest of the release we hear evidence of the ripple effect generated by these early music trail blazers.

The contributions to the Magnificat by 18th- and 19th-century composers such as Mendelssohn, Schubert and Liszt have often been overlooked in favour of their better-known piano works, but they are given due attention here. From an early age Mendelssohn was heavily influenced by Bach, and he composed his own Magnificat at the age of 13.

From among the modern composers to have experimented with setting music for the Magnificat, Arvo Part is notable for employing his distinctive and meditative compositional procedure, which he calls tintinnabuli, inspired by the sound of bells. Like Part, Kenneth Leighton is also famous for his religious music. His desire to expand his narrowlyBritish background and subsequent study under Goffredo Petrassi in Rome makes his music an exciting melting pot of European influences.

Tracklist:

CD1 – The Franco-Flemish Renaissance
Capella Alamire / Peter Urquhart (1);
VivaVoce / Peter Schubert (2-7);
Oxford Camerata / Jeremy Summerly (8-9);
Dufay Ensemble (10-21);
Josquin Des Prez (c.1440-1521)
1. Magnificat (Segovia MS)
Pierre de la Rue (c.1460-1518)
Magnificat Tone IV:
2. Magnificat – Et exultavit
3. Quia respexit – Quia fecit
4. Et misericordia – Fecit potentiam
5. Deposuit potentes – Esurientes
6. Suscepit Israel – Sicut locutus
7. Gloria Patri – Sicut erat – Antiphon ‘Sancta Maria succurre miseris’
Nicolas Gombert (1490-1556)
8. Magnificat primi toni
Adrian Willaert (c.1490-1562)
9. Magnificat sexti toni
Jacobus Vaet (1529-1567)
Magnificat secundi toni:
10. Magnificat – Et exultavit
11. Quia respexit – Quia fecit
12. Et misericordia – Fecit potentiam
13. Deposuit potentes – Esurientes
14. Suscepit Israel – Sicut locutus
15. Gloria Patri – Sicut erat
Magnificat sexti toni:
16. Magnificat – Et exultavit
17. Quia respexit – Quia fecit
18. Et misericordia – Fecit potentiam
19. Deposuit potentes – Esurientes
20. Suscepit Israel – Sicut locutus
21. Gloria Patri – Sicut erat

CD2 – The English Renaissance
Oxford Camerata / Jeremy Summerly (1,3-4);
Ars Nova Copenhagen / Paul Hillier (2);
Voces Cantabiles / Barnaby Smith (5);
Chapelle du Roi / Alistair Dixon (6-8);
William Mundy (c.1529-c.1591)
1. Magnificat
Robert Fayrfax (c.1464-c.1524)
2. Magnificat regale
Orlando Gibbons (c.1583-1625)
3. Magnificat (2nd Service)
Thomas Tomkins (1572-1636)
4. Magnificat (5th Service)
Robert Parsons (c.1530-1572)
5. Magnificat
Thomas Tallis (c.1505-1585)
6. Magnificat
7. Magnificat
8. Magnificat
Nova Schola Gregoriana / Alberto Turco (1);
Grupo Vocal Grégor / Dante Andreo (2);
Ensemble San Felice, La Pifaresca (3-16);
Gruppo Polifonico Francesco Coradini (17);
Ensemble ‘Les Nations’ (18);
In Dulci Jubilo / Alberto Turco (19);

CD3 – The Italian Renaissance & Baroque
Girolamo Cavazzoni (c1515-c.1580)
1. Magnificat primi toni
Claudio Merulo (1533-1604)
2. Magnificat del secondo tono
Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
Magnificat SV206:13:
3. Antiphona ad Magnificat ‘Virgo prudentissima’
4. Magnificat
5. Et exultavit
6. Quia respexit
7. Quia fecit
8. Et misericordia
9. Fecit potentiam
10. Deposuit potentes
11. Esurientes
12. Suscepit Israel
13. Sicut locutus
14. Gloria Patri
15. Sicut erat
16. Antiphona ad Magnificat ‘Virgo prudentissima’
Adriano Banchieri (1568-1634)
17. Nuovi Pensieri Ecclesiastici, Book 3 Op.35: Magnificat primi toni
Costanzo Porta (1529-1601)
18. Magnificat
Giovanni Battista Fasolo (c.1598-c.1680)
19. Annuale che… Op.8: No.28 Magnificat sexti toni

CD4 – The Italian Renaissance & Baroque
Progetto Musica (1);
Coro Claudio Monteverdi, La Pifaresca (2);
Le Concert Spirituel / Hervé Niquet (3);
Toelzer Knabenchor (4);
Domenicali, Ventura, Fortuna Ensemble (5-17);
Accademia degli Invaghiti, Concerto Palatino / Francesco Moi (18);
Luca Marenzio (1553/4-1599)
1. Magnificat
Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676)
2. No.18 Magnificat
Orazio Benevolo (1605-1672)
3. Magnificat
Giacomo Antonio Perti (1661-1756)
4. Magnificat
Pirro Capacelli Albergati (1663-1735)
Magnificat:
5. Magnificat
6. Et exultavit
7. Quia respexit
8. Quia fecit
9. Et misericordia
10. Fecit potentiam
11. Deposuit potentes
12. Esurientes
13. Suscepit Israel
14. Sicut locutus
15. Gloria Patri
16. Sicut erat
17. Amen
Amante Franzoni (c.1575-1629)
18. Magnificat

CD5 – The Italian Renaissance & Baroque
Oficina Musicum / Riccardo Favero (1);
Christ Church Cathedral Choir / Stephen Darlington (2);
Accademia degli Invaghiti, Cappella Musicale di S. Barbara (3);
Schuetz-Akademie / Howard Arman (4);
Collegium vocale et Instrumentale ‘Nova Ars Cantandi’ / Giovanni Acciai (5-17);
Giovanni Legrenzi (1626-1690)
1. Concerti Op.1: Vesperae Sollemnes de Confessore: Magnificat
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525-1594)
2. Magnificat sexti toni
Maurizio Cazzati (c.1620-1677)
3. Magnificat
Giovanni Gabrieli (1557-1613)
4. No.27 Magnificat
Giovanni Battista Bassani (c.1650-1716)
Magnificat:
5. Sinfonia for 2 violins & b.c.
6. Magnificat
7. Et exultavit
8. Quia respexit
9. Quia fecit
10. Et misericordia
11. Fecit potentiam
12. Deposuit potentes
13. Esurientes
14. Suscepit Israel
15. Sicut locutus
16. Gloria Patri
17. Sicut erat

CD6 – The Iberian & Spanish-Neapolitan Renaissance & Baroque
Oxford Camerata / Jeremy Summerly(1);
Amystis / José Duce Chenoll (2);
Ars Nova Copenhagen / Bo Holten (3);
The Choir Of King’s College / Stephen Cleobury (4);
Prager Kammerchor, Stuttgarter Kammerorchester / Martin Sieghart (5-10);
Cristóbal de Morales (c.1550-1553)
1. Magnificat octavi toni
Joan Baptista Cabanilles (1644-1712)
2. Magnificat
Manuel Cardoso (1566-1650)
3. Magnificat secundi toni
Sebastián de Vivanco (c.1551-1622)
4. Magnificat octavi toni
Francesco Durante (1684-1755)
Magnificat in B flat:
5. Magnificat in B flat (Ch)
6. Et misericordia (S,A,Ch)
7. Deposuit (Ch)
8. Suscepit Israel (T,B)
9. Sicut locutus est (Ch)
10. Sicut erat (Ch)

CD7 – The Germanic Renaissance & Baroque
René Clemencic (1);
Corydon Singers (2);
Dresdner Kreuzchor (3);
Rheinische Kantorei, Das Kleine Lonzer / Hermann Max (4-9);
Opella Musica, Camerata Lipsiensis / Gregor Meyer (10-23);
Ludwig Senfl (1486-1543)
1. Communio: ‘Beatam me dicent’ – Magnificat sexti toni
Hieronymus Praetorius (1560-1629)
2. Magnificat
Heinrich Schuetz (1585-1672)
3. Magnificat anima mea SWV468: ‘Uppsala Magnificat’
Johann David Heinichen (1683-1729)
Magnificat in A:
4. Magnificat anima mea (A) – Et exsultavit (Tu)
5. Quia respexit (S)
6. Quia fecit mihi magna (T)
7. Fecit potentiam (Tu)
8. Suscepit Israel (A)
9. Gloria Patri – Sicut erat (Tu)
Johann Kuhnau (1660-1722)
Magnificat mit weihnachtlichen Einlagesaetzen:
10. Magnificat anima mea (Ch)
11. Et exsultavit spiritus meus (S1)
12. Quia respexit humilitatem (A)
13. Vom Himmel hoch (Ch)
14. Quia fecit mihi magna (Ch)
15. Freut euch und jubilieret (Ch)
16. Et miseriscordia eius (T)
17. Fecit potentiam (Ch & S1, B & S2, A)
18. Gloria in excelsis Deo (Ch)
19. Suscepit Israel (T)
20. Sicut locutus est (Ch)
21. Virga lesse (Ch)
22. Gloria Patri (B)
23. Sicut erat in principio (Ch)

CD8 – The Middle Baroque
Nederlands Kamerkoor / Harry van der Kamp (1);
Le Concert Spirituel / Hervé Niquet (2-3);
Cappella Cantorum Berlin / Klaus Eichhorn (3);
Marburger Bachchor, L’arpa festante / Nicolo Sokoli (4-7);
Københavns Drengekor, Dufay Collective / Ebbe Munk (8);
Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725)
1. Magnificat del primo tono
Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704)
2. Magnificat H72
attrib. Jean-Nicolas Geoffroy (1633-1694)
3. Livre d’Orgue: Magnificat du premier ton
Johann Philipp Krieger (1649-1725)
4. Magnificat
Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745)
Magnificat in D ZWV108:
5. Magnificat
6. Suscepit Israel
7. Amen
atrib. Dietrich Buxtehude (c.1637-1707)
8. Magnificat BuxWV Ahn 1

CD9 – The Late Baroque
Holland Boys Choir, Netherlands Bach Collegium / Leusink (1-9);
Alsfelder Vokalensemble, Barockorchester Bremen / Wolfgang Helbich (10-21);
Hallenser Madrigalisten, Virtuosi Saxoniae / Guettler (22-32);
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Magnificat in G minor RV610 (Original version):
1. Magnificat(Ch)
2. Et exultavit (S,A,T,Ch)
3. Et misericordia (Ch)
4. Fecit potentiam (Ch)
5. Deposuit potentes (Ch)
6. Esurientes (S,A)
7. Suscepit Israel (Ch)
8. Sicut locutus (S,A,B)
9. Gloria Patri (Ch)
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Lateinisches Magnificat in C TWV947:
10. Sinfonia
11. Magnificat (Ch)
12. Quia respexit (A)
13. Quia fecit (Ch,A,T)
14. Et misericordia (S)
15. Fecit potentiam (B1,B2)
16. Dispersit superbos (Ch)
17. Esurientes (T)
18. Suscepit Israel (A)
19. Sicut locutus (Ch)
20. Gloria Patri (S,B2)
21. Sicut erat (Ch)
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Magnificat in G minor RV611 (Venice version):
22. Magnificat (Ch)
23. Et exultavit (S1)
24. Quia respexit (S2)
25. Quia fecit (S1)
26. Et misericordia (Ch)
27. Fecit potentiam (Ch)
28. Deposuit potentes (Ch)
29. Esurientes (A)
30. Suscepit Israel (Ch)
31. Sicut locutus (A)
32. Gloria Patri (Ch)

CD10 – The Late Baroque
Thomanerchor Leipzig, Neues Bachisches Collegium musicum zu Leipzig / Rotsch (1-12);
Rundfunkchor Berlin, Kammerorchester ‘C.P.E. Bach’ / Haenchen (13-21);
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Magnificat in D BWV243:
1. Magnificat (Ch)
2. Et exultavit (A)
3. Quia respexit (S)
4. Omnes generationes (Ch)
5. Quia fecit (B)
6. Et misericordia (A,T)
7. Fecit potentiam (Ch)
8. Deposuit potentes (T)
9. Esurientes (A)
10. Suscepit Israel (Ch)
11. Sicut locutus (Ch)
12. Gloria Patri (Ch)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
Magnificat in D Wq215 (H772):
13. Magnificat (Ch)
14. Quia respexit (S)
15. Quia fecit (T)
16. Et misericordia (Ch)
17. Fecit potentiam (B)
18. Deposuit potentes (A,T)
19. Suscepit Israel (A)
20. Gloria Patri (Ch)
21. Sicut erat (Ch)

CD11 – The Classical & Romantic Eras
Chamber Choir of Europe, Kurpfalziches Kammerorchester Mannheim / Matt (1-3);
Virtuosi di Praga, Prague Chamber Orchestra / Andreas Weiser (4);
Amadeus-Chor / Matt (5-12);
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus / Haenchen (12);
Chorvereingung Bruckner / Thomas Kerbl (13);
Thomanerchor Leipzig / Rotzsch (14);
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
1. Vesperae Solennes de Dominica in C K321: Magnificat
2. Vesperae Solennes de Confessore in C K339: Magnificat
3. Dixit Dominus & Magnificat in C K193(186G): Magnificat
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
4. Magnificat in C D486
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
Magnificat in D:
5. Magnificat (Ch)
6. Quia respexit (S, Ch)
7. Et misericordia (Ch)
8. Fecit potentiam (B)
9. Deposuit potentes (S,A,B,Ch)
10. Gloria Patri (S,A,T,B,Ch)
11. Fuga: Sicut erat (Ch)
Franz Liszt (1811-1896)
12. Dante Symphony S109: Magnificat
Anton Bruckner (1824-189)
13. Magnificat WAB24
Hugo Distler (1908-1942)
14. Die Weihnachtsgeschichte Op.10: Magnificat / Chorale

CD12 – 20th-Century Britain
Choir of St. John’s College / Robinson (1,4-9);
Vasari Singers / Backhouse (2);
Manchester Cathedral Choir / Stokes (3);
Herbert Norman Howells (1892-1983)
1. Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (St. Paul’s service): Magnificat
Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)
2. Magnificat for double choir in B flat Op.164
Hubert Parry (1848-1918)
3. Evening Service in D (‘Great’ service): Magnificat
Chalres Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)
4. Evening Service in C Op.115: Magnificat
William Walton (1902-1983)
5. Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (‘Chichester’ service): Magnificat
Edward Rubbra (1901-1986)
6. Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in A-flat Op.65: Magnificat
Gerald Finzi (1901-1956)
7. Magnificat Op.36
Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988)
8. Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis ‘Collegium Magdalene Oxoniense’: Magnificat
John Tavener (1944-2013)
9. Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis: Magnificat

CD13 – Contemporary Masters
Warsaw Boys’ Choir/Philarmonic Choir/National Philharmonic Orchestra / Wit (1-6);
Les Métaboles / Warynskj (7);
Penderecki (b.1933)
Magnificat:
1. Magnificat
2. Fuga: Quia respexit
3. Et misericordia
4. Fecit potentiam
5. Passacaglia: Deposuit potentes
6. Sicut locutus
Arvo Pärt (b.1935)
7. Magnificat

CD14 – Contemporary Masters
The Choirs of St. Albans Cathedral, Ensemble DeChorum / Lucas (1-7);
Finnish Rafio Chamber Choir / Nuoranne (8-12);
John Rutter (b.1945)
Magnificat:
1. Magnificat
2. Of a Rose, a Lovely Rose
3. Quia fecit
4. Et misericordia
5. Fecit potentiam
6. Esurientes
7. Gloria Patri
Einojuhani Rautavaara (1928-2016)
Magnificat:
8. Magnificat
9. Quia respexit – Misericordia
10. Fecit potentiam
11. Suscepit Israel
12. Gloria Patri

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