Showing posts with label Magalhães. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Magalhães. Show all posts

Tuesday, 5 April 2022

Filipe de Magalhães (c. 1571-1652): Missa Si ignoras te (SATB)

The third Mass of the Missarum liber cum antiphonis (Lisbon, 1636) by Filipe de Magalhães (c. 1571-1652) is based on the five-voice motet Si ignoras te by Christian Hollander (c. 1512-1569), which was published in 1554, more than 80 years before (our edition of Si ignoras te can be purchased here). This Mass is rather unusual as it reduces the voices of the original model (like Gombert in the Missa Media vita).

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Monday, 4 April 2022

Christian Hollander (c. 1512-1569): Si ignoras te (SAATB)

This outstanding motet by Christian Hollander was published in the Liber tertius sacrarum cantionum quinque et sex vocum in 1554 and served as a model (in 1636, more than 80 years later!) for the Missa Si ignoras te by Filipe de Magalhães, which we are also publishing this week.

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Thursday, 16 December 2021

Filipe de Magalhães (c. 1571-1652): Missa Veni Domine (SATB)

The second Mass of the Missarum liber cum antiphonis (Lisbon, 1636) by Filipe de Magalhães (c. 1571-1652) is based on the motet Veni Domine by the Spanish composer Francisco Guerrero. In the five-voice Agnus Dei the Superius 2 sings the ostinato Veni Domine et noli tardare from the original motet.

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Thursday, 30 September 2021

Filipe de Magalhães (c. 1571-1652): Missa de Beata Virgine Maria (SATB)

The first Mass of Missarum liber cum antiphonis (Lisbon, 1636) by the Portuguese Renaissance composer Filipe de Magalhães (c. 1571-1652).

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© 2021 Jorge Martín