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Track(s) taken from CDA67978

Lauda anima mea

composer
5vv; published in Rome in 1593 by Francesco Coattino as part of a cycle of polyphonic Offertories; H ix, 81, C xvii, 111
author of text
Psalm 145 (146): 2

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 19 seconds

Cover artwork: The Resurrection (c1463) by Piero della Francesa (c1415-1492)
Pinacoteca, Sansepolcro, Italy / Bridgeman Art Library, London
 
Five Eastertide Offertories
1
Lauda anima mea  [2'19]

Lauda anima mea (‘Praise, my soul’) adopts close imitation and an assertive downward fourth motif for its opening. ‘Psallam Deo meo’ (‘I shall sing to my God’) is stated in thirds and tenths, before the texture thins to a more reticent Alleluia.

from notes by Stephen Rice © 2013

Lauda anima mea («Loue, mon âme») part en imitation serrée, avec un péremptoire motif en quarte descendante. «Psallam Deo meo» («je chanterai à mon Dieu») est énoncé en tierces et en dixièmes avant que la texture ne s’affine pour un Alléluia davantage réticent.

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

In Lauda anima mea („Lobe, meine Seele“) enge Imitation und ein forsches, abwärts gerichtetes Quartmotiv zu Beginn eingesetzt wird. „Psallam Deo meo“ („ich will meinem Gott singen“) erklingt in Terzen und Dezimen, bevor die Struktur etwas schlanker wird und in ein zurückhaltenderes Alleluia übergeht.

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

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