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Europe's Golden Age

Europe's Golden Age

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Europe's Golden Age sleeve
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  • Ave Maria
    Composer(s) Tomas Luis de Victoria
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Ave Maria

    04:45
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  • Ave Virgo Sanctissima
    Composer(s) Francisco Guerrero
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Ave Virgo Sanctissima

    04:28
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  • Miserere
    Composer(s) Gregorio Allegri
    Artist(s) Philip Cave Ruth Holton

    Miserere

    11:15
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  • Stabat Mater
    Composer(s) Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Stabat Mater

    09:26
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  • Panis Angelicus
    Composer(s) Joao Lourenco Rebelo
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Panis Angelicus

    04:08
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  • O Vos Omnes
    Composer(s) Carlo Gesualdo
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    O Vos Omnes

    03:00
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  • Versa Est In Luctum
    Composer(s) Tomas Luis de Victoria
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Versa Est In Luctum

    03:59
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  • Absalon Fili Mi
    Composer(s) Josquin Desprez
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Absalon Fili Mi

    04:12
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  • Justorum Animae
    Composer(s) Orlando Lassus
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Justorum Animae

    02:48
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  • Tristis Est Anima Mea
    Composer(s) Orlando Lassus
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Tristis Est Anima Mea

    03:11
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  • Timor Et Tremor
    Composer(s) Orlando Lassus
    Artist(s) Philip Cave

    Timor Et Tremor

    03:59
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Total running time: 55 minutes.

    Album information

    The inspiring and uplifting sacred music of the late 16th century defines ‘Europe's Golden Age', and Magnificat captures that spirit with its very special golden choral sound.

    There are contributions from the great polyphonists des Prez, Lassus and Victoria, as well as a selection of other exquisite works by Guerrero and Rebelo. Familiar gems such as Palestrina’s Stabat mater and Allegri’s Miserere mei, with appropriate vocal ornamentation and great sensitivity to the texts, complete Magnificat’s stunning debut.