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Missa Gaudeamus
composer
based on Morales' Iubilate Deo omnis terra, itself based on the chant Gaudeamus omnes; published in 1585 by Dominico Basa, Rome
editor
edition prepared by JOED Music
author of text
Ordinary of the Mass

Recordings
'Victoria: Missa Gaudeamus & other works' (CDA67748)
Victoria: Missa Gaudeamus & other works
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Movement 1: Kyrie
Movement 2: Gloria
Movement 3: Credo
Movement 4: Sanctus
Movement 5: Benedictus
Movement 6: Agnus Dei

Missa Gaudeamus
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Victoria’s Missa Gaudeamus is based on a motet, Iubilate Deo omnis terra, by Morales which was written in 1538 to celebrate the cessation of hostilities between Francis I and Charles V as a result of mediation by the Pope, Paul III, who persuaded them to meet and sign a treaty at Nice. In the motet and the Mass both composers make much use of the opening phrase of the introit Gaudeamus omnes—‘Let us all rejoice’—as a cantus firmus, upon which to build their music. Gaudeamus omnes is a Mass Proper. Mass Propers are older forms of the Mass liturgy which vary according to the date and/or season of the liturgical calendar, and which can be interpolated between movements of the Mass Ordinary, the unvarying movements of the Mass as they were established in a later era.

from notes by Jon Dixon © 2009

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Details for CDA67748 track 4
Gloria
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-09-74804
Duration
7'50
Recording date
10 July 2008
Recording venue
Westminster Cathedral, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Mark Brown
Recording engineer
Julian Millard
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  1. Victoria: Missa Gaudeamus & other works (CDA67748)
    Disc 1 Track 4
    Release date: July 2009
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