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The Blossoming Vine: Italian Maestri in Poland: Asprilio Pacelli, Vincenzo Bertolusi & G.F. Anerio

The Sixteen, Eamonn Dougan

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1.1
Veni Sponsa Christi
Asprilio Pacelli; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
3:14
1.2
Salve Regina
Giovanni Francesco Anerio; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
5:33
1.3
Beata es Virgo Maria
Asprilio Pacelli; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
4:42
1.4
Regina Caeli
Vincenzo Bertolusi; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
2:14
1.5
Litania deiparae Virginis
Giovanni Francesco Anerio; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
7:06
Missa Pulchra es  
1.6
Kyrie
Giovanni Francesco Anerio; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
4:47
1.7
Gloria
Giovanni Francesco Anerio; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
4:22
1.8
Osculetor me osculo
Vincenzo Bertolusi; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
4:17
1.9
Credo
Giovanni Francesco Anerio; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
6:26
1.10
Ego flos campi
Vincenzo Bertolusi; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
3:44
1.11
Sanctus
Giovanni Francesco Anerio; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
2:04
1.12
Benedictus
Giovanni Francesco Anerio; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
2:14
1.13
Agnus Dei
Giovanni Francesco Anerio; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
2:17
1.14
Dum esset rex
Asprilio Pacelli; The Sixteen; Eamonn Dougan
8:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    61:40
"There are two beautifully wrought Song of Songs settings, Ego flos campi and Osculetor me osculo by Bertolusi, while Anerio’s Missa Pulchra es is, by any standards, a monument by a master.”
- The Sunday Times

"Choral Choice. (Asprilio) Pacelli pulls out all the stops in Dum esset rex, scored for 20 voices in five choirs, with a daunting vocal range. The Sixteen respond magnificently: in a swirl of all-embracing sound."
- BBC Music Magazine

The Blossoming Vine is the second in The Sixteen’s series of Polish music, both under the direction of conductor Eamonn Dougan. The music is all connected to the Virgin Mary with several of the texts taken from the Song of Songs, the Old Testament’s collection of love poetry which has long been applied metaphorically to the Virgin Mary. The Grammy-nominated ensemble The Sixteen is recognized as one of the world’s greatest groups, comprising both choir and period instrument orchestra.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CORO Studio Masters

Recorded at: St Alban the Martyr, Holborn, London, November 2013
Recording Producer: Mark Brown
Recording Engineer: Mike Hatch (Floating Earth)
Cover image: © Carole King
Design: Andrew Giles

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