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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicente View Post
    Ensaladas are not properly sacred music. They were musical compositions due to court entertainment.
    Agreed. Please forgive and indulge me. I sometimes drift a bit and post works that don’t have a strictly liturgical character. Beautiful music, though.
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    THE BLACK MADONNA
    Pilgrim Songs from the Monastery of Montserrat (1400-1420)
    Ensemble Unicorn
    Michael Posch - director

    Naxos
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    Exaudiam Eum

    Gregorian Chant for Lent and Holy Week

    Mario Guillermo Ojeda (soloist)
    Consortium Vocale Oslo
    Alexander M. Schweitzer

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    LAMENTA
    The Lamentations of the Prophet Jeremiah
    Ferrabosco the Elder - Thomas Tallis - Antoine Brumel - Robert White - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
    The Tallis Scholars
    Peter Philips - director

    Gimell
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    SCATTERED ASHES
    Josquin's Miserere and the Savonarolan Legacy
    Josquin Des Prez - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina - Orlande de
    Lassus - Claude Le Jeune, - Jean Lhéritier - Nicolas Gombert - Jacobus
    Clemens Non Papa - William Byrd

    Magnificat
    Philip Cave - director

    Linn
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    João Domingos Bomtempo - Requiem in C-minor, Op.23
    Another members started a thread about this so, I decided last night spinning.
    “Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.” ― Mark Twain

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    Ristori:

    Divoti affetti alla Passione di Nostro Signore

    Dorothee Mields (soprano) & Franz Vitzthum (alto)
    Echo du Danube

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    Much depends on what one terms 'sacred' surely?

    I would certainly include Music of the Ancient Greeks by Ensemble De Organographia. Besides many pieces dedicated to the classical Gods of Olympus, it does include a Christian hymn, though one that focuses on God in Nature.

    All pieces are restored from ancient fragments and played on as far as humanly possibly it seems on ancient instruments. The result is quite astounding. My favourites are probably the Salpinx Call (5th c. BCE) and the Invocation to the Muses (2nd c.).

    The vocals are sung in Greek of course, but the passages and translations are fairly easily come by.

    I should add that I am new to the forum and am not sure whether my post has submitted or not or published in duplicate (as posts I understand are hidden from newcomers).

    By way of introduction, my tastes are fairly mainstream apart from a few deviations, i.e. Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner. Apart from that I like to "dip" to broaden my appreciation. Thank you in advance for your tolerance and welcome!

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