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Angelus Domini II a 5

composer
5vv; published in Rome in 1593 by Francesco Coattino as part of a cycle of polyphonic Offertories; H ix, 75, C xvii, 103
author of text
Matthew 28: 2, 5

The Brabant Ensemble, Stephen Rice (conductor)
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Recording details: June 2012
The Church of St Michael and All Angels, Summertown, Oxford, United Kingdom
Produced by Antony Pitts
Engineered by Justin Lowe
Release date: April 2013
Total duration: 2 minutes 55 seconds

Cover artwork: The Resurrection (c1463) by Piero della Francesa (c1415-1492)
Pinacoteca, Sansepolcro, Italy / Bridgeman Art Library, London
 
Five Eastertide Offertories
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Angelus Domini II a 5  [2'55]

Angelus Domini (‘The angel of the Lord’) relates the story of the angelic vision to the women in the garden, contrasting the floated syncopation of ‘quem quaeritis’ (‘he whom you seek’) with a vigorous ‘surrexit’ (‘is risen’).

from notes by Stephen Rice © 2013

Angelus Domini («L’ange du Seigneur») raconte comment les femmes eurent une vision angélique dans le jardin, opposant à la syncope floue de «quem quaeritis» («celui que vous cherchez») un vigoureux «surrexit» («est ressuscité»).

extrait des notes rédigées par Stephen Rice © 2013
Français: Hypérion

In Angelus Domini („Der Engel des Herrn“) wird die Geschichte der Erscheinung des Engels bei den Frauen im Garten erzählt, wobei die schwebende Synkopierung bei „quem quaeritis“ („den ihr sucht“) einem lebhaften „surrexit“ („ist auferstanden“) gegenübergestellt wird.

aus dem Begleittext von Stephen Rice © 2013
Deutsch: Viola Scheffel

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