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Misere Mei, Deus - The Cardinalls Musick, Andrew Carwood - Allegris Misere And The Music Of Rome (CD, Album)

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  1. Mezigor says:
    ‘The Cardinall's Musick proceed to give the Miserere perhaps its finest recorded performance. Using female sopranos as he does is of course inauthentic, but Carwood is vindicated by their bell-like clarity and thrilling projection, way beyond anything you could get from boy trebles the triumphant success of this disc is much enhanced by the vividness of the recording’ (The Mail on Sunday).
  2. Goltirisar says:
    Print and download in PDF or MIDI Miserere Mei Deus. This is my transcription of Allegri's famous "Miserere". Score credit goes to: chielacosisgopi.sublordcarcouheaventmidesterstiperkiss.infoinfo
  3. Zull says:
    View Download PDF: Complete sheet music (12 pages - Ko) x⬇ CLOSE Now that you have this PDF score, member's artist are waiting for a feedback from you in exchange of this free access.
  4. Tulkree says:
    This is a collection of ten motets by Josquin Desprez on the theme of lament and mourning. Some of the works, such as his ‘Déploration sur la mort d’Ockeghem’, ‘Nimphes, nappés’ and ‘Miserere mei Deus’, will be familiar to devoted enthusiasts of the composer, with a few other pieces less familiar and a couple of them unlikely to be by Josquin at all/5(7).
  5. Kanos says:
    His Miserere opens with a five-voiced choir that harmonizes the first Psalm verse, with the chant melody known as the tonus peregrinus. Allegri's music uses the conservative and balanced stile antico, the classic ancient style of Palestrina. Some imitation is present, and Allegri spices the harmonies with rich, dissonant suspensions. A simple.
  6. Tygokasa says:
    Print and download in PDF or MIDI Miserere Mei Deus - Gregorio Allegri. Free Sheet music for Voice. Made by Carlajo.
  7. Muhn says:
    Miserere (full title: Miserere mei, Deus, Latin for "Have mercy on me, O God") is a setting of Psalm 51 by Italian composer Gregorio chielacosisgopi.sublordcarcouheaventmidesterstiperkiss.infoinfo was composed during the reign of Pope Urban VIII, probably during the s, for the exclusive use of the Sistine Chapel during the Tenebrae services of Holy Week, and its mystique was increased by unwritten performance traditions and ornamentation.
  8. Faele says:
    Miserere mei, Deus is a masterpiece by Italian composer Gregorio Allegri. The song was performed only in the Sistine Chapel in Rome, with the Papacy in Vatican keeping the score secret for more.
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