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Stella: Renaissance Gems And Their Reflections 3
Artist: Ora Singers
Format: CD

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Label: HARMONIA MUNDI
Rel. Date: 03/04/2022
UPC: 3149020945070

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DISC: 1

1. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Anonymous: Ave Maris Stella (Processional)
2. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Tomas Luis de Victoria: Ave Maria a 8
3. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Mark Simpson: Ave Maria
4. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Alexander Campkin: Ave Regina Cælorum I
5. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Alexander Campkin: Ave Regina Cælorum II
6. Tomas Luis de Victoria, Samuel Scheidt: Ave Maris Stella a 4
7. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Francisco Coll: Stella
8. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Tomas Luis de Victoria: Alma Redemptoris a 5
9. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Cecilia McDowall: Alma Redemptoris
10. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Will Todd: Vidi Speciosam I
11. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Will Todd: Vidi Speciosam II
12. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Julian Wachner: Regina Cæli I
13. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Julian Wachner: Regina Cæli II
14. Heinrich SCHÜTZ, Anonymous: Ave Maris Stella (Recessional)

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Spanish composers of the sixteenth century followed a long tradition of writing music in honor of the Virgin Mary. The composer Tomás Luis de Victoria, a priest and a scholar too, wrote multiple settings of devotion to Mary of which this collection showcases some real gems. The album sees Ora Singers continue their series of great renaissance masterworks being reflected by some of the finest choral composers of our present day, all of whom respond in their own unique way to these extraordinary Marian texts.