Cantate Domino

Sistine Chapel Choir & Massimo Palombella - Cantate Domino ~ La Cappella Sistina e la Musica del Papi (2015)

Sistine Chapel Choir & Massimo Palombella - Cantate Domino ~ La Cappella Sistina e la Musica del Papi (2015)
Classical, Renaissance | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:58:55 | 135 MB
Label: Deutsche Grammophon

Introducing, by kind permission of the Vatican, the first studio album ever to be recorded in the Sistine Chapel. “Cantate Domino” opens the door to some of the world’s most beautiful choral music, as well as into one of the most treasured sacred locations on earth. The album features the Chapel’s resident choir – one of the longest-established choirs anywhere in the world.
Oscar's Motet Choir - Cantate Domino (1976/2005) [Official Digital Download 24bit/88,2kHz] RE-UP

Oscar's Motet Choir - Cantate Domino (1976/2005)
- Alf Linder, Marianne Mellnas, Oscar's Motet Choir, Torsten Nilsson -

FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/88,2 kHz | Time - 45:56 minutes | 983 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Cantate Domino, recorded by legendary sound engineer Bertil Alving in 1976, is widely regarded as one of the greatest audiophile masterpieces ever recorded. Opening with Enrico Bossi's "Cantate Domino" for choir, organ, trumpets and trombones, the choral album includes a number of Swedish folk songs as well as pieces by Handel, Otto Olsson, and others. The famous reference record is now made even better with this new hi-definition release.
Cappella Nova, Alan Tavener - Sacred Music for Mary Queen of Scots - Robert CARVER. Mass Cantate Domino [vol. 4]

Cappella Nova, Alan Tavener - Sacred Music for Mary Queen of Scots - Robert CARVER. Mass Cantate Domino [vol. 4]
EAC FLAC cue+scans (230 MB) | NO LOG | ogg.160+scans (70 MB)
ASV Gaudeamus 136 (1993) | Renaissance

The anonymous Mass Cantate Domino for six voices (#1-4) is recorded in an incomplete set of part-books of about 1550, traditionally linked with Dunkeld Cathedral, but more likely originating in the collegiate chapel of Lincluden, Dumfriesshire. Much has had to be done to complete the music: the bass part is missing throughout and three other voices are more or less fragmentary towards the end. The style of the music is 'British decorative' of the earlier sixteenth century with its characteristic mixture of florid and imitative counterpoint. On closer examination, however, the work may be of Scottish origin: the music is directly related to the five-part Mass Fera pessima by Robert Carver, finest Scottish composer of sacred music in the early sixteenth century. I suggest that the present Mass is a reworking of about 1525 for six voices, possibly by Carver himself, of the earlier five-part composition: much thematic material is common to both works, though the six-part shows a more assured technical command. It is a cyclic Mass in the established tradition: each movement opens with the same head-motif and each is based on the same cantus firmus - a plainsong melody, as yet unidentified. Also, traditionally, the music has been arranged to alternate full and solo sections. It is an impressive work, and if by Carver - it is certainly very good Carver.
Coro de Monjas Benedictinas del Real Monasterio de San Pelayo - Cantate Domino, Alleluia

Coro de Monjas Benedictinas del Real Monasterio de San Pelayo - Cantate Domino, Alleluia
EAC FLAC (280 MB) | NO LOG | Embedded CUE | Scans (22 MB) | OGG·160 (70 MB)
rtve Música 65076 (1995) | canto gregoriano
Massimo Palombella & Sistine Chapel Choir - Veni Domine: Advent & Christmas At The Sistine Chapel (2017)

Massimo Palombella & Sistine Chapel Choir - Veni Domine: Advent & Christmas At The Sistine Chapel
Classical, Choral | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 64:30 min | 391 MB
Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Tracks: 16 | Rls.date: 2017

In a new release of music for Advent and Christmas, multiple Grammy award-winning mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli sings with the pope’s Sistine Chapel Choir.

Die Priester - Möge die Straße (2017)  Music

Posted by Fizzpop at Nov. 20, 2017
Die Priester - Möge die Straße (2017)

Die Priester - Möge die Straße (2017)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 44:09 | 101 MB
Pop | Label: Airforce1

Die Priester haben mit "Möge die Straße" jetzt ihr 4. Album veröffentlicht. 13 Lieder haben die 3 Glaubensmänner darauf veröffentlicht, die der Liebe, der Hoffnung und dem Erhalt von Gottes Schöpfung gewidmet sind. Mit dem Titelsong "Möge die Straße" liefern die Priester einen bewegenden Song.
Jurgen Banholzer, La Gioia Armonica - Antonio Caldara: Cantate, Sonate ed Arie (2005)

Jürgen Banholzer, La Gioia Armonica - Antonio Caldara: Cantate, Sonate ed Arie (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 342 Mb | Total time: 65:57 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Ramée | # RAM 0405 | Recorded: 2004

The ensemble LA GIOIA ARMONICA was founded by Austrian dulcimer-player Margit Übellacker and German organist and singer Jürgen Banholzer. One of the ensemble's objectives is to explore the baroque repertoire for dulcimer, in particular in connection with the legendary pantaleon. The size of the group varies from dulcimer-organ duet to large chamber-music settings. Th e musicians are all specialised in historically-informed performance practices, and combine broad experience drawn from their involvement in various international ensembles. La Gioia Armonica's debut CD – Cantate, Sonate ed Arie, dedicated to music of Antonio Caldara – was also released by Ramée, and gained various awards, among which the Pizzicato Supersonic Award, Goldberg 5 Stars, and the Prelude Classical Award 2006 for best debut CD. Since then, the ensemble has been invited to perform in Germany and abroad, including at the Halle Händelfestspiele, the Dordrecht Bach Festival, the Middle-Germany Heinrich Schütz Days, the Bottrop Organ Plus Festival, and the Bad Homburg Fugato organ festival.
Gunar Letzbor, Ars Antiqua Austria, Bernarda Fink - Francesco Bartolomeo Conti: Cantate con istromenti I-IV (2002)

Gunar Letzbor, Ars Antiqua Austria, Bernarda Fink - Francesco Bartolomeo Conti: Cantate con istromenti I-IV (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 284 Mb | Total time: 68:44 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Arcana | # A 309 | Recorded: 2001

A ubiquitous Viennese figure in the early 1700s, Francesco Conti was one of several gifted Italian Baroque composers who settled in foreign lands. If Caldara remains the most durable Italian figure in Vienna, Conti's star — on this evidence — deserves to be dusted down and given a second chance. These four cantatas from eight Cantate am istromenti probably date from the first decade of the century and feature the most delectable plethora of obbligato instruments imaginable.
Gunar Letzbor, Radu Marian, Ars Antiqua Austria - Antonio Maria Bononcini: Cantate in Soprano (2005)

Gunar Letzbor, Radu Marian, Ars Antiqua Austria - Antonio Maria Bononcini: Cantate in Soprano (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 296 Mb | Total time: 59:30 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Arcana | # A 335 | Recorded: 2004

Antonio Maria Bononcini (1677 - 1726) is the younger and lesser-known brother of Giovanni Bononcini (1670 - 1747). He was one of a number of Italian composers who were active at the imperial court in Vienna, and introduced the newest trends in Italian music to the Austrian capital. His brother also did belong to this group of composers, as well as Ziani and Ariosti. The chamber cantata was one of the genres these composers paid attention to as listening to cantatas was part of the entertainment at the court.
Massimo Palombella & Sistine Chapel Choir - Veni Domine: Advent & Christmas At The Sistine Chapel (2017) [24/96]

Massimo Palombella & Sistine Chapel Choir - Veni Domine: Advent & Christmas At The Sistine Chapel (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 64:30 minutes | 1.22 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

In a new release of music for Advent and Christmas, multiple Grammy award-winning mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli sings with the pope’s Sistine Chapel Choir.