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JACOBUS CLEMENS NON PAPA
Missa pro defunctis
The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice
[ Hyperion / CD - released 1/Mar/2011 ]
"The Brabant Ensemble sing [the Requiem] with an admirable clarity, assisted by a very transparent acoustic and recorded sound image...Clemens and this recording are both worth hearing." (Gramophone March 2011)
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ORLANDE de LASSUS
Prophetiae Sibyllarum & Missa Amor ecco colei
The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice (conductor)
[ Hyperion / CD - released 1/Aug/2011 ]
"these singers never fail to make beautiful music, attending to each element of form, substance, texture, and text to enliven and enlighten our experience of these often surprising, deeply affecting works. Highly recommended." (Disc of the Month...
Missa Ad coenam Agni & Eastertide motets cover
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GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI da PALESTRINA
Missa Ad coenam Agni & Eastertide motets
The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice
[ Hyperion / CD - released 1/Apr/2013 ]
The Brabant Ensemble, better known for uncovering works by forgotten composers such as Dominique de Phinot, turns to a giant of the Renaissance-perhaps the most celebrated name of the period. Yet within Palestrina's huge output there are many hidden...
Music from Chirk Castle Part-Books cover
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MUNDY / PARSONS / TALLIS / SHEPPARD / DEANE / HOOPER
Music from Chirk Castle Part-Books
The Brabant Ensemble / Stephen Rice
[ Hyperion / CD - released 10/May/2009 ]
'The new works are undoubtedly significant additions to the repertoire. On that count alone this recording is self-recommending. An even greater name among the new additions is that of Tallis … the predominant sonority is familiarly clear,...