Stephanie Martin | Reformation & Renaissance: Psalms, Motets & Dances

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Reformation & Renaissance: Psalms, Motets & Dances

by Stephanie Martin

Lively instrumental dances of the renaissance juxtaposed with the choral Psalms of the reformation.
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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1. Psalm 100, Genevan Psalter
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2. Galliarde, Praetorius
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2:53 $0.99
3. Sing Joyfully, Byrd
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2:25 $0.99
4. Psalm 33, Goudimel
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5. Spirit Come, Bourgeois
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6. Psalm 137, Goudimel
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7. Weep No More Rachel, Tye
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8. If Ye Love Me, Tallis
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9. La Spagna, De La Torre
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10. Ego Flos Campi, Clemens
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11. Quam Tu Pulchra Es, Dunstable
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12. Bread of the World, Bourgeois
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13. Fremuit Spiritus Jesus, Clemens
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14. La Gamba, Ruffo
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15. Vigilate, Byrd
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16. Psalm 150, De L' Estocart
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Album Notes
Renaissance motets and reformation psalms are imaginatively arranged in this album and placed alongside lively renaissance dances. Ethereal latin motets of 16th-century Europe are placed alongside what Queen ELizabeth I called "Genevan jigs."


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