Alonso Lobo Sacred Vocals

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Composer: Alonso Lobo
Artist: Coro Victoria Ana, Fernández-Vega conductor

Motets and Mass movements by a master from the Golden Age of Spanish polyphony.

On this new recording, Coro Victoria offers a portrait of Alonso Lobo (1555-1617) through a cross-section of his sacred output (his works in Spanish are all lost). The group also illustrates the variety of interpretative practices of the period. The concluding O quam suavis est Domine is sung by a single soprano while the vihuela accompaniment supplies the remaining five parts. Church choirs sang this music in the liturgy, but minstrels also played it during processions, and there was free traffic between sacred and secular contexts.

Coro Victoria was founded by its director, Ana Fernández-Vega, to recover and preserve a native, historically informedtradition of singing Spanish polyphony from its Renaissance-era high noon, exemplified not only by Victoria himself but also his contemporaries such as the Seville-born and bred Alonso Lobo (indeed, Victoria considered Lobo his equal). He is now best known for a haunting, six-voice setting of the Requiem, and his magnificent motet for the obsequies of King Philip II, Versa est in luctum shares the Requiem’s tone of mourning and remembrance, established by a dense mesh of overlapping counterpoint.

Tracklist:
00:00:00 Ave Regina caelorum a 5
00:03:00 Missa o rex gloriae: I. Kyrie
00:05:41 Missa o rex gloriae: II. Gloria
00:09:32 Ave Maria a 8
00:13:33 Vivo ego, dicit Dominus
00:16:06 Erunt signa in sole
00:19:20 Regina caeli laetare
00:21:50 Credo Romano
00:28:36 Cum audisset Ioannes in vinculis
00:31:07 Sanctus-Benedictus
00:35:31 Versa est in luctum a 6
00:39:56 Libera me, Domine a 5
00:48:14 Agnus dei
00:52:24 Ego flos campi
00:54:32 O quam suavis est Domine

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