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Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XX

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28/06/2011

We listened to some selected pieces from the volumes 9 and 10 of Victora collection by Ensemble Plus Ultra and Michael Noone. We could enjoy the pieces Salve Regina, Ave maris stella, Ego sum panis vivus, Tantum ergo, Surrexit pastor bonus and Magi viderunt stellam, among others.We listened to some Luis de Pablo’s music inspired in different motets by Victoria: Modules VI and Drunk Elephants I.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XIX

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27/06/2011

The programme is devoted to three Spanish groups who recorded TLV’s music in the last three years. We listen to the unknown psalms for vespers in the manuscript 130 in the Library Vittorio Emanuele II in Rome by La Colombina, a selection of the 18 Responsories Tenebrae by Musica Ficta and Raúl Mallavibarrena, and some motets from the last disc-book by Capella de Ministrers named Canticum Nativitatis Domini.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XVIII

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24/06/2011

We can listen here volume 7 belonging to Victoria collection by Ensemble Plus Ultra.It includes a remake of the Easter liturgy in Austrias Madrid,ca 1600, which includes choral pieces for 8 and 12 voices and other previous pieces including “plain singing”. Juan Carlos Asensio with the group Schola Antiqua , the organist Andrés Cea and the group His Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts also play.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XVII

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23/06/2011

We talk to Ana Maria Sabe Andreu, writer of the book Tomás Luis de Victoria, Pasión por la música, and maker of the blog ivcentenariotomasluisdevictoria.blogspot.com, where we can find every single piece of new sor event related to the celebration of the 400th anniversary of the composer from Avila’s death. We can also listen to the Mass Ave Regina published inn Madrid in 1600, several motets only kept in manuscripts and attributed to our master and the Mass Salve in a new version by the group The Sixteen.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XVI

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22/06/2011

Programme devoted to the Book of Masses, magníficats, motets, psalms and others published by the Royal Printing in Madrid in 1600 with TLV’s works, including for the very first time a part of the music to be played with the organ. We can listen to Magnificat sexti toni for 12 voices, the mass Alma redemptoris mater, the piece Veni Sancte spiritus, the mass Pro Victoria (based on the.chanson L Guerre de Janequin, which we also remember) and the motet O Ildephonse.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XV

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21/06/2011

Two masses are the most important components of this programme. From the Book of Masses in 1592, we get the Mass Vide speciosam, based on the motet with the same name for 6 voices published by Victoria on several occasions. We can listen to them performed by Westminster cathedral choir conducted by David Hill and with James O’Donnell at the organ. We move onto Madrid to start a tour through a new edition from 1600, where Victoria included The Mass Laetatus sum fro 12 voices, based on the motet with the same name.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XIV

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20/06/2011

We will listen to several compositions published by Victoria in Rome. The 2 most important pieces were the masses O magnum mysterium and Ascendens Christus in altum , published in 1592 and written after the motets, with the same name from 1572, which we will also listen. We can listen to several motets from a book published in 1585: Lauda sion, Iste sanctus pro lege, Estote fortes in bello and Gaudent in coelis animae sanctorum. As musical interludes, we will listen to organ pieces by Soto de Langa, Victoria’s mate in Saint Philip Neri church in Rome.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XIII

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17/06/2011

We finish listening to the Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae by Victoria with the part devoted to Holy Saturday in the version recorded in 2004 in San Miguel Church in Cuenca by the groups La Colombina and Schola Antiqua each one directed by Josep Cabré and Juan Carlos Asensio. We can also listen to a selection of madrigals by Luca Marenzio, Italian composer from Victoria’s time by the groups Concerto Vocale and The Consort of Musicke.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XII

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16/06/2011

We will listen to the third part of Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae by Tomás Luis de Victoria devoted to Holy Saturday interpretated by La Colombina and Schola Antiqua. We will also complete the programme with music by Pablo Bruna and Cipriano de Rore.

Great cicles: Tomás Luis de Victoria - Victoria XI

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15/06/2011

In Rome, in 1585, Victoria published his Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae, which marks a turning point in his life and in his musical career and production since it means the summit of his Roman period. It is a full work with several pieces for the most important celebrations of Easter. In this programme we can listen to the section for Palm Sunday and Maundy Thursday by La Colombina and Schola Antiqua, each group directed by Josep Cabré and Juan Carlos Asensio.

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