Peter Philips: Cantiones sacrae octonis vocibus - Amon-Ra Twilley (bass); Cecily Beer (alto); English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble; Ewan Stockwell (tenor);...

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  1. Benedictus Deus noster, motet (from Cantiones sacrae)
  2. O quam suavis est (i), a 8 (1613)
  3. Jubilate Deo, for 8 voices
  4. Benedictus Dominus, motet (from Cantiones sacrae)
  5. Veni Sancte Spiritus, for keyboard
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  1. Benedictus Deus noster, motet (from Cantiones sacrae)
  2. O quam suavis est (i), a 8 (1613)
  3. Jubilate Deo, for 8 voices
  4. Benedictus Dominus, motet (from Cantiones sacrae)
  5. Veni Sancte Spiritus, for keyboard
  6. Beati estis, motet (from Cantiones sacrae)
  7. Ecce Panis angelorum, for 8 voices & continuo
  8. Salve regina, vita dulcedo, motet for 8 voices
  9. Regina Caeli
  10. Panis sancte, panis vive, motet (from Cantiones sacrae)
  11. Caecilia virgo, motet (from Cantiones sacrae)
  12. Veni Sancte Spiritus, for keyboard
  13. Gaudens gaudebo, motet (from Cantiones sacrae)
  14. Beata Dei Genitrix Maria, for 8 voices & continuo
  15. Alma Redemptoris Mater, motet for 5 voices
  16. Hodie nobis de coelo, a 8
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Peter Philips was an English composer who spent his career outside of England: he traveled to Italy, where he absorbed both the pure Counter Reformation style of Palestrina and, apparently, the polychoral style of Venice. By the time he planned to return, the situation of English Catholics was dire, so he fled to the Low Countries and apparently ...

Peter Philips: Cantiones sacrae octonis vocibus 2013, Hyperion

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