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Deus in adiutorium
composer
8vv double choir
author of text
Psalm 69 (70): 2

Recordings
'Masterpieces of Mexican Polyphony' (CDH55317)
Masterpieces of Mexican Polyphony
MP3 £4.99FLAC £4.99ALAC £4.99Buy by post £13.99 (ARCHIVE SERVICE) CDH55317  Helios (Hyperion's budget label) — Archive Service  
'Moon, sun & all things' (CDA67524)
Moon, sun & all things
'Moon, sun & all things – Baroque Music from Latin America' (SACDA67524)
Moon, sun & all things – Baroque Music from Latin America
This album is not yet available for download SACDA67524  Super-Audio CD — Deleted  
'The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 1' (HYP12)
The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 1
This album is not yet available for download HYP12  Super-budget price sampler — Deleted  
Details
Track 2 on CDH55317 [2'32] Helios (Hyperion's budget label) — Archive Service
Track 2 on SACDA67524 [2'02] Super-Audio CD — Deleted
Track 27 on HYP12 [2'32] Super-budget price sampler — Deleted

Deus in adiutorium
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The short Office of None (usually recited rapidly, in the afternoon) seems to have been taken over in some Spanish and colonial churches by confraternities or by convents of nuns for special services. A number of settings of the Psalm Mirabilia testimonia survive in Mexico and in Spain (e.g. Valencia). They often bear such titles as ‘Salmo de Nona para las Religiosas de Madalenas’. Padilla’s Mirabilia happens to survive in a convent choirbook (Holy Trinity, Puebla) now in the National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico, as well as in the Puebla Cathedral ‘Padilla Choirbook’. The setting of the Versicle and Response (Deus in adiutorium) is clearly paired with the Psalm and they have common endings in the music of the doxology. Padilla sets these texts with real verve and his declamation of the words is resourceful and lively. The choirs call, answer and combine in great splendour.

from notes by Bruno Turner © 1990

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Details for CDA67524 track 2
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-05-52402
Duration
2'02
Recording date
23 October 2004
Recording venue
St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Mark Brown
Recording engineer
Julian Millard
Hyperion usage
  1. Moon, sun & all things (CDA67524)
    Disc 1 Track 2
    Release date: September 2005
  2. Moon, sun & all things – Baroque Music from Latin America (SACDA67524)
    Disc 1 Track 2
    Release date: September 2005
    Deletion date: September 2010
    Super-Audio CD — Deleted
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