Cristóbal de Morales: Mass for the Feast of St. Isidore of Seville - Charles Pott (baritone); Gabrieli Consort; Gabrieli Players; Julian Clarkson (bass); Simon Grant (bass); Timothy Roberts (organ); Paul McCreesh (conductor)
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  1. Cançión a 6
  2. Ecce sacerdos magnus, for 5 voices
  3. Cançión à 6
  4. Tiento del quinto ton for organ:
  5. In medio ecclesiae aperuit os euis
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  1. Cançión a 6
  2. Ecce sacerdos magnus, for 5 voices
  3. Cançión à 6
  4. Tiento del quinto ton for organ:
  5. In medio ecclesiae aperuit os euis
  6. Missa "Mille regretz"
  7. Dominus vobiscum ... Deus, qui populo tuo, oratio
  8. Tiento del quarto ton for organ:
  9. Lectio Epistolae beati Pauli Apostoli ad Timotheum (2 Tm. 4: 1-2, 6-8)
  10. Cançión "Subiendo amor" a 5
  11. Todos aman, cançión for 5 voices
  12. Dominus vobiscum ... Sequentia sancti Evangelii secundum Matthaeum (Mi. 5: 13-16)
  13. Tiento del octavo ton for organ
  14. O Doctor optime, motet for 6 voices
  15. Per omnia saecula saeculorum ... Vere dignum et justum est
  16. Tous les Regretz for 6 voices
  17. Per omnia saecula saeculorum ... Pater noster
  18. Fidelus servus et prudens
  19. Dominus vobiscum ... Ut nobis, Domine
  20. Ite missa est / Deo gratias, for choir (Florence - Bibl. Laurenziana, Poutio 29 - 1/Fol. 8g v.
  21. Cançión à 6
  22. Del modo de tañer a corcheas
  23. Emendemus in melius, motet for 5 voices
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This recording of Cristóbal de Morales' smoothly sober Missa Mille regretz originally appeared under the unlikely auspices of Deutsche Grammophon in 1996 and then was reissued by the Netherlands' budget specialists Brilliant. Neither outfit is a natural home for this performance by British early music conductor Paul McCreesh, leading his confusingly named Gabrieli Consort & Players. The album would be more at home on Ricercar or one of the other labels specializing in well-researched re-creations of Renaissance and Baroque ...

Cristóbal de Morales: Mass for the Feast of St. Isidore of Seville Brilliant Classics

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