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It gradually migrated to Rome as did the Barberini family where it found its true niche. Yes, in part because of the peg-box. Traditionally it was leaf-shaped, which makes it unique. The shape is symbolic. The Lira family represented the Greek lyre in the Italian Renaissance. The laurel leaf represented poetry, and accompanying poetry was the chief job of the Lira family! A detail like this would not have been lost on learned members of Roman society, who were steeped in the classics.
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Unusually for this solo repertoire, a second singer narrates, and the two voices join in a final rousing duet, warning of fallen youth and beauty. Mazzocchi was somewhat outside the RossiMarazzoli sphere, but his work was highly regarded by the Barberinis, and he was published considerably more than his colleagues.
His style borrows from Renaissance polyphony on the one hand, and avant-garde elements. He, Rossi and Marazzoli specified lirone accompaniment in their scores. Misereris omnium, Domine was composed for the oratory, whereas the equally spiritual, but not sacred Colombella, che di latte would have been performed in private settings, such as palaces or academies. With an eye toward introducing Italian culture to France, the Italian-born Cardinal Mazarin hired Rossi to write an opera for the Paris carnival.
Orfeo was premiered at the Palais-Royal in during the Barberini exile. In Rome, women were only allowed to sing in private since the papacy banned them from the stage. In France, however, The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ could perform roles that only castrati would have sung in Rome. Orfeo is a music carousel full of delightful arias and lively imitative ensembles, punctuated by moving laments of immense harmonic narrative and scenic breadth.
Our performance gives but a taste of an event that would have lasted for four hours or more. Act I opens with the impending marriage of Euridice and Orpheus.
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The final ensemble proclaims that Love and Faith are only rewarded by Heaven. In the full version, Jupiter immortalizes Orpheus by placing his lyre among the constellations, and Euridice remains content in the Elysian fields. In the 17th-Century the lirone was associated with the lament, a genre that first appeared during the generation of Monteverdi and reached its culmination in Rome.
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To date, Atalante have made four recordings in their series Reliquie di Roma, two discs of which have already been released by Destino Classics Nimbus Alliance. Thirty years of performing as an internationally acclaimed viola da gamba and lirone player with such top-flight ensembles as Les Arts Florissants, Tragicomedia and many others, countless recordings on major labels, and her unique status as the world's leading authority on the lirone have made Erin Headley preeminent in the field of early music.
To further her research on the lirone, Erin Headley was awarded in a prestigious Arts and Humanities Research Council fellowship in residence at the University of Southampton, where she is now an honorary fellow.
This evening Mr. These masterworks have their own individual stories, and, of course, each piece reflects a distinctive musical language and keyboard style. Collectively, the four sonatas take us from the elegance and balance of the high Hanging On The Telephone - Various - Festival Sounds era via Haydn and Mozart to the cusp of romanticism Beethoven and Schubert.
Ironically, both Mozart and Schubert were young — 32 and 31, respectively — when they The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ this marvelous music. Their sonatas remind us how richly their genius flowered at such a tender age.
Conversely, we must be grateful that Haydn and Beethoven lived as long as they did, so that each of them could achieve the glories of his later style. Sonata in E-flat Major, Hob. As with his symphonies and (Swimming Pool) Born In The U.K.
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By contrast, the late E-flat Major Sonata that opens Mr. Its dramatic chordal opening demands attention. When he arrived in London in the s, his acquaintance with keyboards was limited to German and Austrian harpsichords and fortepianos.
London was a center of innovative piano manufacturing. Their fuller sonority and capacity for rapid repeated notes influenced his keyboard writing throughout the s. Eventually he ordered a Broadwood piano for his personal use in Vienna. Haydn met Therese Jansen during his first trip to London and admired her playing. He composed at least two and probably all three of his last solo sonatas for her, and later dedicated three piano trios to her as well.
They apparently became good friends, for he served as a witness at her wedding to Gaetano Bartolozzi in London in May The sonata bristles with big chords, extended phrases in parallel thirds, rapid repeated notes, octave passages, crossed hands, and brisk passage work demanding evenness of touch. Dynamics change rapidly. The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ needs both pianistic control and a responsive instrument.
The heroic opening to the first movement is an outgrowth of the French overture. That, and the theatrical gestures that follow, make a statement that this is very public music. One would expect a classical sonata in E-flat major to have a slow movement either in B-flat major or in C minor.
It requires an interpreter who can meld rhythmic precision with intense expressivity. The rhythms are complex and detailed, sometimes with florid ornamentation that foreshadows Chopinesque flights of fancy. Haydn uses unisons effectively, their unexpected spare sound adding to the eloquence.
The finale is Haydn at his wittiest, teasing us even as to what key we are in at the beginning. Repeated notes, sudden stops, and broken chords that dart between the two hands add to the sparkle. Power, delicacy, and moments of lingering The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ all manifest themselves in this sonata. The novel takes place in early 20th century Germany, spanning the decades from the twilight of Imperial Germany to the Nazi era.
The hero and his friend Serenus Zeitblom are still in high school. Nothing, of course, could follow the Arietta and its variations. Many musical scholars have commented eloquently on this sublime music, particularly its second movement, the Arietta. In his late works, Beethoven sought utmost compression.
The C Minor Sonata consists of a sonata-allegro movement, followed by a variation movement built on a transcendent theme that furnish maximum contrast on several levels. Storms and angularity in the first movement yield to reverence and floating calm in the second. At the end, we have the ultimate resolution of conflict. The movement is proto-romantic in its harmonic volatility and angular melodic leaps.
He now moves to C major, the Viennese key of sunlight. The theme is reverent and hymn-like. Having established that mood, Beethoven proceeds to undo it by means of increased rhythmic complexity and subdivision of the beat. More notes give the false sense that the music has gotten faster. In fact, the pulse is the same. Only our pulses have accelerated. It takes an extended coda and a delirium of trills to arrive at the final peroration. Your heart may still race, but you will find yourself holding your breath.
Meditative variations surface elsewhere Morgenblätter - Robert Stolz - Waltzing In Vienna late Beethoven, notably in the Hammerklavier and Op. These late variations transport us to a realm suspended between heaven and earth, luminous and transfigured.
When Prince Karl Lichnowsky invited Mozart to accompany him on a journey through Prague, Hover Traps - Rustie - Glass Swords, and Leipzig in springMozart seized the opportunity, hoping to secure commissions and The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ royal patronage to improve his circumstances.
Both intimate and elegant, it shares the emotional depth of the great B Minor Adagio, K. The finale is radiant and relaxed. Bold triplets accompany the forte restatement of the main theme. Triplets dominate the virtuoso figuration of the finale, precluding the need for a cadenza.
The glorious workmanship of K. Our knowledge derives from one of the heartbreaking pleas for money Mozart wrote to his Masonic friend Michael Puchberg. You know my present circumstances, but you also know my prospects. Meanwhile, I am composing six easy The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ sonatas for Princess Friederike and six quartets for the King, all of which Kozeluch is engraving at my expense.
Mozart only completed three of Medley - Dj P-Pet - Vol 1 Mortal Combat quartets and a single sonata in D major, which proved to be his last. This must be one of the most counterpoint-aware pieces that Mozart composed. We know he was keenly interested in Bach and Handel in the late s. The D Major Sonata abounds with canonical ideas and two-part imitation.
That fanfare lends itself well to imitation and more complex counterpoint. Mozart explores his options with consummate skill, interspersing dazzling passage work, occasionally in both hands at once. The first movement provides the classic contrast.
Sonata in B-flat Major, D. They share not only the key of B-flat major, but also a sense of spaciousness, serenity, and nobility that verges on the sublime. Whether consciously or not, Schubert paid homage to Beethoven in other ways in this sonata. He was first and foremost a composer of songs. His gift for melody informs all his instrumental music. The B-flat Major Sonata dates from September During that month, Schubert completed two other magnificent piano sonatas — the C Minor, D.
All four compositions are bulwarks of the repertoire and brimful of gorgeous themes. Seven weeks after he finished the B-flat Major Sonata, he was dead. After the initial, partial statement, a sepulchral trill interrupts in the lowest register of the piano. At first it seems like a throwaway gesture. Is it just mysterious, or a trifle ominous? The lyrical theme resumes, and Schubert carries us off on the harmonic adventure of unexpected modulations that marks his music as his own.
Interplay between the home tonality of B-flat major, the submediant of G-flat, and D minor recurs with some regularity. After the expanse of an opening movement in relaxed tempo, Schubert was courageous to proceed with an Andante sostenuto: another eleven minutes at an even slower pace. It is a remarkable feat of musical wizardry that he succeeds. Introspective, even private, this movement vacillates between C-sharp minor and A major in music both solemn and profound.
What little money he earned came almost exclusively from his Lieder. Yet he cultivated almost every instrumental genre, writing enormous quantities of music in large and small forms. For whatever reason, he returned repeatedly to the piano sonata, composing twenty-one of them between and The Scherzo provides both contrast and welcome relief. Bright, brisk, chirpy, and short, it is the ideal tonic at this juncture.
Its central trio, in minor mode, benefits from lopsided syncopations that keep us waiting for resolution. Nineteenth century virtuoso pianists did not consider them suitable material for the concert hall. Among his larger works, only the Wanderer-Fantasie attracted the high-profile pianists. After a clarion call on an octave sounding two Gs, he launches into a false statement that implies C minor.
Beethoven used the same ploy in the last movement of his String Quartet in B-flat, Op. Soon enough, B-flat major emerges as the principal key center.
Jovial dialogue alternates with a couple of explosive outbursts, but good humor prevails. Recapturing the unhurried pace of his opening movement, Schubert ties it all together in this satisfying The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organeven adding a brisk coda for an exciting close. Today, D. Schubert originally intended to dedicate the three piano sonatas to Johan Nepomuk Hummel. Anton Diabelli — yes, that Diabelli, the same one who wrote the insipid little waltz on which Beethoven composed his splendid Diabelli Variations — had engraved the sonatas by Inexplicably, he delayed publication until Ironically, Hummel had died in October At nearly forty minutes, the sonata unfolds on a symphonic scale.
Yet there is not a moment of boredom. The music is not virtuosic. Schubert was primarily a string player of both violin and viola.
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This makes them difficult rather than flashy. Indisputably one of the most prominent proponents of the keyboard works of J. Bach, Mr. Schiff has long proclaimed that Bach stands at the core of his music making. SinceMr. In he created his own chamber orchestra, the Cappella Andrea Barca, which consists of international soloists, chamber musicians and friends.
Since childhood he has enjoyed playing chamber music and from until was Artistic Director of the internationally praised "Musiktage Mondsee" chamber music festival near Salzburg. InMr. Kemper Foundation Additional support The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ also provided by:. The repertoire ranges from his early years in Weimar to the late 1,000 Deaths - Various - Twin Cities Mix when he lived in Leipzig, and his vision was failing.
The instrumentation and genres in this program provide great variety, with one example each of a concerto grosso, a solo concerto, a chamber ensemble, and a cantata. Only in the lovely, expressive slow movement do the violin and flute seem on an equal footing with the harpsichord. The balance of the orchestra is silent for this movement, rejoining the three solo instruments with gusto for the spirited closing movement, the Allegro, which skillfully combines aspects of several national styles.
As Robert Marshall has written:. It is, at liter ally the same time, a German fugue—in its texture; a French dance a gigue —in its rhythm, meter, and tempo; and a da-capo aria Brandenburg Concerto No.
Early inthe prince sent Bach to Berlin, probably dates from early It is also the first work probably to negotiate the purchase of a new harpsichord. Apparently the Margrave was harpsichord, plus strings.
At his death inhis library contained nearly After hearing Bach play, The birth of the keyboard concerto the Margrave requested some new concertos. Brandenburg Concerto, Waltz Dream - John Senati & His Orchestra - Stardust its prominent harpsichord At this stage, Bach had composed primarily for role, as the most important antecedent of the solo solo keyboard and for small ensembles.
Lacking keyboard concerto. No two Bach's Leipzig years Supplementing Brandenburg concerti have the same instrumentation. All three have creativity, balancing his obligations as Kantor to write, prominent roles, but the solo keyboard has the edge with rehearse and perform music for the church.
Most of the harpsichord concerti are believed to have Bach himself was likely the first keyboard been arranged for performance at the Collegium soloist, playing the new double-manual harpsichord concerts. Ironically, and adding to the confusion and that Prince Leopold had sent him to Berlin to purchase. Concerto specifies a prominent and aggressive role for — L. Concerto in A Major, BWV Some evidence suggests that Bach's original version of this A major concerto may have been for the oboe d'amore, as we hear it this evening.
It also means that we may pinpoint the date of BWV. Bach's biographer Malcolm Boyd has pointed out, that the oboe d'amore was a fairly new instrument in the first quarter of the 18th century. The instrument sounds a minor third lower than is notated. Slightly larger than the standard oboe, it is smaller than the English horn, which sounds a fifth below the oboe. This A major concerto is noteworthy for the challenges it The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ for the oboist.
The solo part is filled with exceptional detail work of great intricacy and linear complexity. We are most keenly aware of this challenge in the Larghetto. He was visiting his son Carl Philipp Emanuel, then first cembalist in the court orchestra of the Prussian king, Frederick the Great. The two chronicles differ in their details, but the gist of the tale is consistent. Frederick the Great was an excellent flutist, a composer himself, and a lifelong patron of the arts, literature, and philosophy.
The king was eager to have his celebrated Leipzig visitor inspect the organs in various Potsdam churches. First, however, he wished for Bach to try several new Silbermann pianos at Sanssouci, the royal palace. His dedication to Frederick II is dated July 7, The Trio Sonata from the Musical Offering adheres to the older Baroque sonata da chiesa, or church sonata, in which the four movements are arranged slow-fast-slow-fast. In other respects it is quite forward looking.
After the fantasy-like opening movement, the Largo, Bach begins the second movement with what sounds like a duet for violin and flute. In fact, he is outlining a fugue with two subjects. The first two and final two statements are for cello, with one iteration each for violin and flute interpolated in the middle. The emphasis is more on melody and accompaniment than counterpoint.
Violin and flute are paired together, or answer each other in dialogue, often in expressive, sighing phrases. They remain in the sonic foreground, with harpsichord and cello primarily in a supporting role. He speeds it up from the cantus firmus tempo, changing both the rhythm and some of the pitches, even writing one statement in a major The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ. This finale is a good example of how a piece in minor mode does not necessarily have to be sad.
Sixteenthnote passages for flute, violin, and cello allow for some virtuosic display. Cantatas developed in Italy, where composers set texts derived from either secular or Biblical sources. A full cycle would comprise about 60 works: one for most Sundays, plus one for each feast day. The label cantata was adopted in the 19th century by scholars of Bach and other Baroque composers as an inclusive label for multimovement, liturgical pieces involving both singers and instruments.
Cantata BWV is unusual in several respects. This one has no. Further, this cantata is one of the earliest that Bach composed. From untilhe was employed by Duke Ernst of Weimar. Initially he served as court organist, but in March he became Konzertmeister.
His expanded duties included writing and directing a cantata approximately once a month. We know that it was performed in Weimar on 12 August, A Leipzig performance took place CCL - Goran Kajfeš* - Home August 8,shortly after he accepted the position of Kantor at the Thomasschule.
The text Vereda Tropical - Chucho Zarzosa - Chucho Zarzosa based on Luke The instrumentation that supports the solo soprano in this cantata is comprised of two violins, viola, oboe, bassoon, and string continuo.
He uses these resources with great imagination. The chorale, however, is highly unusual, both for its placement and its ethereal beauty. Normally the hymn would be sung at the end of the cantata. In this instance, Bach places it in the sixth movement and limits the accompaniment to strings, with an obbligato written for the viola. Bach and his contemporaries. Its inspirational Music Director Masaaki Suzuki founded Bach Collegium Japan in to introduce the Japanese audience to period instrument performances of great works from the baroque period.
Matthew and St. John Passions of J. For more information visit www. Through their acclaimed BIS recordings, Bach Collegium Japan has shared their intriguing performances of the baroque repertoire. Cantata No. Mein ausgedorrtes Herz Will ferner mehr kein Trost befeuchten, Und ich muss mich vor dem verstecken, Vor dem die Engel selbst ihr Angesicht verdecken. And now my conscience feels the pain: For me my sins can nought But hell's own hangmen be. O hated night of sin! Thou, thou alone Hast brought me into such distress; And thou, thou wicked seed of Adam, Dost rob my soul of all its peace And shuts to it the heav'nly gate!
What unheard-of pain! My dried and wasted heart Will after this no comfort moisten, And I must hide myself before him Before whom very angels must conceal their faces. Ach Gott! And ye humid springs of weeping Could a certain witness offer To my sinful heart's remorse.
My heart is now a well of tears, My eyes are heated sources. Ah God! Who will give thee then satisfaction? Ach ja! Ah yes! His heart shall break And my own soul shall say:. I acknowledge all my guilt, But have patience still with me, Have thou patience still with me! Upon them will I firm in faith be soaring, In them content and happy singing:. Kemper Foundation.
In his survey of the piano trio literature, before Ms. He exploited it beautifully. In this through variation technique. He emphasizes piano case, even the opus number is misleading.
These figurations by using conventional methods: note values variations were published in by the Leipzig firm of are faster and meters altered. Scholars were long unable to tempo providing variety. Music and Musicians II, published in and edited The second variation is for piano solo; the third adds in the late s, there is no date of composition listed triplets for the violin, the fourth has the cello in walking for Op.
Variation Nos. Variation No. The later variations show more integration of In the early s, however, the German musicologist textures and material among the three instruments. The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ Trio No. The piano piece is known today as WoO WeberBockholdt was able to identify the theme of the Op. Shostakovich completed the first movement of this celebrated trio just four days after the death of his close friend Ivan Sollertinsky on February 11, It has been described as one of his most heartfelt works, and doubtless reflects the composer's sense of personal loss, as well as broader feelings about the darkness of wartime.
He did not resume work on the balance of the trio until the summer. When he completed the fourth movement on August 14, the trio bore a dedication to Sollertinsky.
The most striking aspect of this trio from the listener's standpoint is The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ stark, sparse writing for the piano. The work opens with a slow, fugato introduction. The cello states the subject in its highest register, in harmonics. The violin The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ with its own lowest voice.
Finally the piano joins, in open octaves. The composer thus lays the groundwork for startling, unexpected sonorities from all three participants. In marked contrast to the unabashed dominance of the keyboard in all classical and most romantic piano trios, there is no possibility here for the piano to overshadow its companions.
Shostakovich rarely takes advantage of the piano's polyphonic capabilities, restricting the instrument to single lines, octaves, and chordal commentary for much of the work. Nevertheless, the deeply aesthetic nature of his engagement with Jewish folklore and music should not be underestimated. The inflected modes of Jewish music went hand in hand with his own natural gravitation toward modes with flattened scale degrees. Shostakovich was attracted by the ambiguities in Jewish music, its ability to project radically different emotions simultaneously.
The polymetric sections in the middle of the movement are unsettling. The tension The second movement is a true scherzo, almost demonic The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ and rhythmic excitement of this conclusion build to a climax, its lightning speed and melodic verve. It is linked to the scherzo in which the composer finally permits a passionate, brilliant in the composer's own Piano Quintet, Op.
In its outburst from the piano—the only one of its kind in this lightning quick pace and fleet fingerwork, this one also draws on trio. Shostakovich defuses the tension from here, closing the the heritage of Mendelssohn, whose scherzi were rarely matched movement gradually with musical quotations from the first, in 19th century chamber music.
The rapport was immediate. Their historic meeting resulted in some of the most compelling music and gamesmanship are a dramatic foil, for Shostakovich takes romantic lore of the entire 19th century.
Thus far, Brahms had thus far only published songs and large piano works. Perhaps inspired by the stimulating association with the Schumanns, Brahms now turned to chamber music, one of Robert's strengths. By Januaryhe had completed an expansive, four-movement piano trio in B major.
We know that he had already destroyed a large number of chamber works and other compositions. The new trio was the first piece of chamber music that satisfied him Shostakovich's finale is a Russian danse macabre punctuated enough to publish; it was issued later that year as Op. He incorporated a Jewish theme into the finale, the Rhine in a tragic suicide attempt that resulted in his one among several prominent examples in his wartime works demonstrating his keen interest in Jewish music.
His biographer commitment to a mental asylum in Endenich. He never recovered his health, and remained at Endenich until his Laurel Fay has observed: death in Clara was understandably stricken. The ensuing Largo is a passacaglia. The piano's The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ eight measures of somber, chorale-like chords provide the backdrop for a plaintive, mournful melody initially stated by the violin.
The second statement comes from the cello, with the violin offering anguished commentary in counterpoint. Shostakovich mesmerizes us with the inexorable, Chopinesque chords of the piano beneath the expressive dialogue of the two stringed instruments. She had lost the daily emotional support of the husband she adored, and she was left with seven small children to support, and an eighth on the way. During this trying time, Brahms was her near constant companion and psychological anchor.
More than a quarter century elapsed before Brahms composed another piano trio. His next one was Op. By then, Brahms had become the grand old man of Austro-German music, and its most prominent living composer. He died the following February. In the long term, he largely succeeded; apart from some late vocal quartets, Simrock would issue the first editions issue of everything the first editions Brahms composed of everything after Brahms that.
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Since making their debut at the White House for President Carter's Inauguration in Januarypianist Joseph Kalichstein, violinist Jaime Laredo and cellist Sharon Robinson have set the standard for performance of the piano trio literature, consistently bringing technical mastery, expressive depth, and magnetism to the concert stage.
The Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio balances the careers of three internationally-acclaimed soloists while making annual appearances at many of the world's major concert halls, commissioning spectacular new works, and maintaining an active recording agenda. They also recently released a double CD set of Schubert on the Bridge label to great acclaim.
Found a word or phrase that you are unfamiliar with? O Weisheit 2. O Adonai 3. O Morgenstern 6. Just as the chant Puer natus est nobis underpins Thomas Tallis's monumental setting of the mass, proclaiming 'Unto us a boy is born!
We move through the wonder and mystery of the Annunciation, the expectant hush of Advent, and the joy of Christmas, whilst looking ahead to Christ's sacrifice and the institution of the 'bread of angels' in the Eucharist. Its twin focus on the sonority of the triad and the use of silence finds its most perfect outlet in texts for the season of Advent.
Each piece begins with 'O In the Catholic tradition, these are sung on either side of the Magnificat at Vespers during the last seven days of Advent. O Various - E.S.P. O Wisdom invokes 'the order of all things' The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ generous, spacious major chords.
O Adonai O Adonai uses the lower voices only, treating them almost as drones. Voices emerge out of this B.T. Express - Do It (Til Youre Satisfied) texture to speak of the mystery of the burning bush. It asks that Christ 'delay no longer' It is followed by O Morgenstern O Morning Starwhose bitonality — two of the voices arpeggiate in E major, while the other two move melodically in E minor — creates a sense of uncertainty.
O Immanuel O Emmanuel begins quietly, with the upper part climbing an A major chord with each new phrase. The other parts spiral up slowly through the circle of fifths, syncopated against the soprano line, growing in intensity, until finally all come into alignment in the spacious key of A major which brings us full circle with the beginning of O Weisheit. The Magnificat follows O Emmanuel — just as it would in a service of Vespers on the last day of Advent. Mary's The Little Fugue In G Minor - Bruce Prince-Joseph - Seven Centuries Of The Organ is her response to the Angel Gabriel's foretelling of her destiny, to bear the Son of God.
The Magnificat speaks of acceptance and humility in the face of God's word. His characteristic tintinnabuli style of melodic voices sounding against and within triadic harmony is shown here to haunting effect. In Sacris solemniis he sets a hymn of St. Thomas Aquinas for the feast of Corpus Christi, which celebrates Stairway To The Stars - The Tyree Glenn Quintet - Lets Have A Ball coming in the form of the bread and wine of the Eucharist.
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