Crecquillon, Vol. I

Crecquillon, Vol. I
Missa Domine Deus / Motets
The Choir of the Church of the Advent, Boston - Edith Ho
Arsis 136

Contents:

  1. Motet: Domine Deus omnipotens

  2. Missa "Domine Deus omnipotens"
  3. Kyrie
  4. Gloria
  5. Credo
  6. Sanctus & Benedictus
  7. Agnus I
  8. Agnus II
  9. Motet: Ecce, ego mitto vos
  10. Motet: Dum deambularet Dominus
  11. Motet: Gratias agimus tibi
  12. Motet: Te Deum Patrem ingenitum

Performers: Noël Bisson (soprano), Susan Bisson (soprano), Margaret Hunter (soprano), Denise Konicek (soprano), Cheryl Ryder (soprano), Laura Ziegler (soprano), Alice Dampman (alto), Brad Fugate (alto), Fred Raffensperger (alto), John Weigel (alto, tenor), Stephen Crawford (tenor), Charles Kamm (tenor, alto), Vincent Metallo (tenor, alto), David Whitehead (tenor), David Won (tenor), Glenn Billingsley (bass, alto), Richard Giarusso (bass), Joe Dan Harper (bass), Greg Neil (bass), Mark Dwyer (associate conductor)

Playing time: 65'

Recording date: June, 2001 (Boston)

This is the first recording to be devoted to the well-regarded Renaissance composer, Thomas Crecquillon (c.1505-c.1557). The 6-voice mass is among his most elaborate, paired here with a selection from his more than a hundred motets.

The next recording in this series:

Crecquillon, Vol. II
Missa D'ung petit mot / Motets
The Choir of the Church of the Advent, Boston - Edith Ho
Arsis 146

A more recent recording:

Crecquillon: Missa "Mort m'a privé"
Brabant Ensemble - Stephen Rice
Hyperion 67596

A recording devoted to secular music:

Crecquillon: Chansons
Egidius Kwartet
Etcetera 1274

Earlier recordings by the present ensemble:

Guerrero: Missa "Simile est renum coelorum" / Missa de la Batalla escoutez / Motets
The Choir of the Church of the Advent, Boston - Edith Ho
Arsis 113
Dufay: Missa "Se la face ay pale" / Magnificat / Missa "Ecce ancilla Domini"
The Choir of the Church of the Advent, Boston - Edith Ho
Arsis 118

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Todd M. McComb