Hail, Divine Mother

Hail, Divine Mother
Flemish music in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary, ca. 1500
Cappella Nova - Richard Taruskin, dir.
Musical Heritage Society MHS 922059 / 60 [LPx2: 912059 & 912060]
Musical Heritage Society MHS 922059K / 60K [Cass.x2]
Musical Heritage Society MHC 322059F / 60F [Cass.x2]


    Side 1 (27' 00")

    Josquin Desprez
  1. Alma Redemptoris Mater/Ave Regina Coelorum (antiphon)

  2. Loyset Compère
  3. Asperges me

  4. Heinrich Isaac
  5. Gaudeamus omnes in Domnino (introit)

  6. Jacob Obrecht: Missa Salve diva parens
  7. Kyrie

    Side 2 (19' 25")

    Heinrich Isaac
  1. Conceptio gloriosae Virginis Mariae (alleluia)
    Conceptio Mariae Virginis (sequence)

  2. Jacob Obrecht: Missa Salve diva parens
  3. Credo

    Side 3 (23' 10")

    Jacob Obrecht: Missa Salve diva parens
  1. Sanctus

  2. Jacob Obrecht
  3. Beata es, Maria/Ave Maria gratia plena (offertory)

  4. Jacob Obrecht: Missa Salve diva parens
  5. Agnus Dei

  6. Heinrich Isaac
  7. Diffusa est gratia (communion)

    Side 4 (21' 50")

    Jacob Obrecht
  1. Salve Regina (antiphon)

  2. Loyset Compère
  3. Ave Maria gratia plena (litany)

  4. Josquin Desprez
  5. Ave Maris Stella (hymn)

Playing time: 91' 25"

Cappella Nova - Richard Taruskin, dir.
Sopranos: Catherine Crook, Phyllis Curran, Sarah Hamby, Sarah Potter, Cornelia Praetorius-Ryding, Lynn Vassar
Altos: Susan Hellauer, Elise Kushner, Donald Langlais, Lawrence Lipnik, Leonore Max
Tenors: Peter Bannon, Donal DiSalvo, Clifford DuPree, Mark Fittipaldi, David Tayler, William van Steveninck
Basses: Thomas Baker, James Bassi, Richard Bodig, Jonathan Clune, Louis Flaim

Recording site and date:
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, New York, USA [06/1983];
Rel. 1988

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Jorge Salazar