Bruges 2002, Part 6

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Program: #02-19   Air Date: May 13, 2002

Again from the multi-disc set "The Golden Age of European Polyphony" from the belgian label Cypres, we sample from the extraordinary career of the genius from Mons, Roland de Lassus.

NOTE: This program and others this spring celebrate the beautiful city of Bruges as the European Cultural Capital 2002.

For more information on Bruges 2002 you may visit their website at: www.brugge2002.com, and for more information on visiting Belgium, you may contact the Belgian Tourist Office at: www.visitbelgium.com.

All of the music on this program comes from the 12-CD boxed set (11 CDs of music and a CD-rom examining European polyphony) titled The Golden Age of European Polyphony featuring the Laudantes Consort conducted by Guy Janssens.

ROLAND de LASSUS [Orlando di Lasso] (1532-1594):

 from Prophetiae Sibyllarum:

 --Carmina chromatico

 --Sibylla Persica

 --Sibylla Libyca

 Secular Songs:

 --Bonjour, et puis quelles nouvelles?

 --Paisible Domaine

 --Im Mayen

 --Chi chilichi?

 --Matona, mia cara

 --La nuit froide et sombre

 --Mon coeur se recommande a vous

 

 from Psalmi Davidis Poenitentialis:

 --De profundis clamavi

 

 from Missa "Bell'Amfitrit'altera":

 --Agnus Dei

 

 from Lamentationes Hieremiae:

 --Lamentatio prima, secundi dei

 

Motet: Musica, Dei donum optimi

 

from Lagrime di San Pietro:

 --Com falda di neve

 

from Requiem:

 --Introitus

 

This recording can be purchased through the distributor, Qualiton Imports, at: www.qualiton.com

Composer Info

ROLAND de LASSUS [Orlando di Lasso] (1532-1594).

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