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Job tonso capite

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Job 1: 20-21

An immediate approach to word-setting is evident in the highly emotive narration of Job accepting his many trials, Job tonso capite (SAATB), with sudden homophony at ‘adoravit et dixit’ (worshipped and said), and a falling phrase setting ‘corruens in terram’ (fell upon the ground). The texture is characteristic of Clemens.

from notes by Stephen Rice © 2004


Clemens: Missa Ecce quam bonum & other sacred music
SIGCD045Download only


Part 1: Job tonso capite
Track 14 on SIGCD045 [4'30] Download only
Part 2: Dominus dedit
Track 15 on SIGCD045 [3'55] Download only

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