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Roma æterna (Palestrina - Victoria)

New York Polyphony

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The main expressive goal of this release by New York Polyphony seems to be the vocal harmonies accomplished by the one-voice-per-part singers and their interaction with the spectacular acoustics of the St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska (a venue known to U.S. Midwesterners but not internationally, and the BIS label and the performers deserve kudos for finding it). It succeeds brilliantly on those counts: the singers of New York Polyphony control not only pitch but vocal timbre to remarkable degrees. The album isn't intended as historically informed performance, yet it actually comes close in some ways to what might have been heard in the time of Palestrina, Victoria, and Guerrero. Palestrina's choirs numbered a few dozen, yet there are records of his music being sung one to a part in smaller situations. And the interpolation of chants and motets into the larger works brings the listener closer to what a Roman churchgoer would have experienced. The end result is a performance of, especially, Palestrina's Missa Papæ Marcelli that's nothing short of revelatory: New York Polyphony's reading stands in the highest possible contrast to the usual choral readings of this work, whose density turns it into a big wash of sound when it is sung by a large group. Although Palestrina himself wouldn't have appreciated the comparison, New York Polyphony's sound in the work is almost madrigalian, and in their use of the timbres of individual voices to bring out Palestrina's control over register they accomplish something genuinely original. Victoria's Missa O quam gloriosum and the smaller pieces by all three composers are hardly less compelling. Highly recommended.

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Roma æterna (Palestrina - Victoria)

New York Polyphony

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Regina caeli a 4 (Francisco Guerrero)

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Regina caeli a 4 00:02:34

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Anonymous, Lyricist - Francisco Guerrero, Composer

2016 BIS

Missa "Papae Marcelli" (Palestrina)

2
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Kyrie eleison 00:03:53

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

3
Gloria in excelsis Deo 00:05:13

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

4
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Alleluia: Pascha nostrum 00:01:57

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tim Keeler, Performer - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

5
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Credo in unum Deum 00:07:57

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

6
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Offertorium: Terra tremuit 00:01:12

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tim Keeler, Performer - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

7
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Sanctus 00:03:48

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

8
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Benedictus 00:03:03

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

9
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Agnus Dei I 00:03:09

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

10
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Agnus Dei II 00:03:17

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tim Keeler, Performer - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

11
Missa "Papae Marcelli": Communio: Pascha nostrum 00:01:27

Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tim Keeler, Performer - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

Tu es Petrus a 6 (Palestrina)

12
Tu es Petrus a 6 00:03:10

Tim Keeler, Performer - Andrew Fuchs, Performer - Jonathan Woody, Performer - New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Anonymous, Lyricist - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer

2016 BIS

Missa "O quam gloriosum" (Tomás Luis de Victoria)

13
Missa "O quam gloriosum": Kyrie eleison 00:01:51

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tomás Luis de Victoria, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

14
Missa "O quam gloriosum": Gloria in excelsis Deo 00:03:44

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tomás Luis de Victoria, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

16
Missa "O quam gloriosum": Missa O quam gloriosum: Credo 00:05:54

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tomás Luis de Victoria, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

18
Missa "O quam gloriosum": Sanctus 00:02:27

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tomás Luis de Victoria, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

19
Missa "O quam gloriosum": Benedictus 00:02:00

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tomás Luis de Victoria, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

20
Missa "O quam gloriosum": Agnus Dei 00:03:24

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Tomás Luis de Victoria, Composer - Mass Text, Lyricist

2016 BIS

Motecta festorum (Tomás Luis de Victoria)

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Motecta festorum: Motecta festorum totius anni cum communi sanctorum: No. 29. Gaudent in coelis animae Sanctorum 00:02:14

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Anonymous, Lyricist - Tomás Luis de Victoria, Composer

2016 BIS

Motecta festorum, Book 1 (Palestrina)

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Motecta festorum, Book 1: Motets for 4 Voices, Book 1, "Motecta festorum totius anni": No. 32. Gaudent in cœlis 00:03:28

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Anonymous, Lyricist - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer

2016 BIS

Sicut cervus (Palestrina)

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Sicut cervus 00:05:39

New York Polyphony, Ensemble - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Composer - Bible, Lyricist

2016 BIS

Albumbeschreibung

The main expressive goal of this release by New York Polyphony seems to be the vocal harmonies accomplished by the one-voice-per-part singers and their interaction with the spectacular acoustics of the St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha, Nebraska (a venue known to U.S. Midwesterners but not internationally, and the BIS label and the performers deserve kudos for finding it). It succeeds brilliantly on those counts: the singers of New York Polyphony control not only pitch but vocal timbre to remarkable degrees. The album isn't intended as historically informed performance, yet it actually comes close in some ways to what might have been heard in the time of Palestrina, Victoria, and Guerrero. Palestrina's choirs numbered a few dozen, yet there are records of his music being sung one to a part in smaller situations. And the interpolation of chants and motets into the larger works brings the listener closer to what a Roman churchgoer would have experienced. The end result is a performance of, especially, Palestrina's Missa Papæ Marcelli that's nothing short of revelatory: New York Polyphony's reading stands in the highest possible contrast to the usual choral readings of this work, whose density turns it into a big wash of sound when it is sung by a large group. Although Palestrina himself wouldn't have appreciated the comparison, New York Polyphony's sound in the work is almost madrigalian, and in their use of the timbres of individual voices to bring out Palestrina's control over register they accomplish something genuinely original. Victoria's Missa O quam gloriosum and the smaller pieces by all three composers are hardly less compelling. Highly recommended.

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