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Vecchi: Requiem – Rubens's Funeral & The Antwerp Baroque

Bjorn Schmelzer, Graindelavoix

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On June 2, 1640, a silent funereal procession proceeded to the Sint-Jacobskerk in Antwerp. The deceased was none other than the famous painter of the Baroque period, Peter Paul Rubens, and it seems clear – musicological research seems to have established the fact beyond doubt – that the requiem mass sung by the cathedral choir on this occasion was an eight-part work, i.e. a Dies irae printed in Antwerp 28 years ago and written by the Italian composer Orazio Vecchi (1550-1605). Of all the Masses published or available in Antwerp at that time, only the Missa pro defunctis by Vecchi, originally published posthumously in Italy by Phalèse in 1612 (with other masses of the same composer as well as Monteverdi’s Missa in illo tempore, the latter being an important artist in Rubens' life who began his career at the Mantuan court where he worked alongside the musician), deserves special consideration in the context of these funerals. The album offers the complete Mass setting, as well as liturgical works by a few other musicians who lived or worked in the region during Rubens’ life: La Hèle, Ruimonte and Lobo. The Belgian ensemble Graindelavoix, a dozen vocal soloists singing according to the uses of the time, is at the helm. In a way, you’ll be taking part in the funeral ceremonies of the great Rubens… © SM/Qobuz

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Vecchi: Requiem – Rubens's Funeral & The Antwerp Baroque

Graindelavoix - Björn Schmelzer

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Missa "Pro defunctis" (Orazio Vecchi)

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I. Requiem aeternam
00:05:18

Orazio Vecchi, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

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II. Kyrie
00:03:14

Orazio Vecchi, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

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3
III. Si ambulem
00:02:30

Orazio Vecchi, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

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IV. Dies irae
00:11:44

Orazio Vecchi, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

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5
V. Domine Jesu Christe
00:03:21

Orazio Vecchi, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

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6
VI. Sanctus
00:02:02

Orazio Vecchi, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

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VII. Agnus Dei
00:02:31

Orazio Vecchi, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

8
VIII. Lux aeterna
00:02:17

Orazio Vecchi, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

Missae senis et octonis vocibus (Paolo Bravusi)

9
Libera me Domine
00:04:00

Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist - Paolo Bravusi, Composer

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

Missa "Praeter rerum seriem" (George de la Hele)

10
I. Kyrie
00:06:49

George de La Hele, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

11
II. Sanctus
00:07:23

George de La Hele, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

12
III. Agnus Dei
00:05:38

George de La Hele, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

Missa "Ave Virgo Sanctissima" (Pedro Rimonte)

13
Agnus Dei
00:05:23

Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist - Pedro Rimonte, Composer

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

Missa "Dum aurora" (Duarte Lôbo)

14
Agnus Dei
00:04:49

Duarte Lobo, Composer - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble, MainArtist

(C) 2017 Glossa (P) 2017 Glossa

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On June 2, 1640, a silent funereal procession proceeded to the Sint-Jacobskerk in Antwerp. The deceased was none other than the famous painter of the Baroque period, Peter Paul Rubens, and it seems clear – musicological research seems to have established the fact beyond doubt – that the requiem mass sung by the cathedral choir on this occasion was an eight-part work, i.e. a Dies irae printed in Antwerp 28 years ago and written by the Italian composer Orazio Vecchi (1550-1605). Of all the Masses published or available in Antwerp at that time, only the Missa pro defunctis by Vecchi, originally published posthumously in Italy by Phalèse in 1612 (with other masses of the same composer as well as Monteverdi’s Missa in illo tempore, the latter being an important artist in Rubens' life who began his career at the Mantuan court where he worked alongside the musician), deserves special consideration in the context of these funerals. The album offers the complete Mass setting, as well as liturgical works by a few other musicians who lived or worked in the region during Rubens’ life: La Hèle, Ruimonte and Lobo. The Belgian ensemble Graindelavoix, a dozen vocal soloists singing according to the uses of the time, is at the helm. In a way, you’ll be taking part in the funeral ceremonies of the great Rubens… © SM/Qobuz

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