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Agnus - Various - Voices (The Glory Of The Human Voice)

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  1. Tegrel says:
    The bottom voice, known as the tenor, holds the principal melody; he sings slower and syllabically, changing syllables when the top voice also changes syllables. Composers combined florid organum and discant styles to have a variety of the two voices moving at the same time (discant) and one voice moving while the other stays stationary (florid.
  2. Duhn says:
    Agnus: – Lesley Garrett With Amanda Thompson (5) Ave Maria: – Choir Of Trinity College, Cambs* Nunc Dimittis: – Aurora Surgit & Alessio Randon: Dies Irae (Sequentia) (Gregorian Chant For The Dead) – Kosice Teachers' Choir: Laudate Dominum: – BRT Philharmonic Orchestra, Brussels* With Miriam Gauci 5/5(1).
  3. Milar says:
    Sep 22,  · GREGORIAN CHANT-RELAXATION MEDITATION-Haunting spiritual emotional soothing human voice - Duration: johnnielawson , views.
  4. Arashizahn says:
    Like most musical settings of the mass Ordinary, it is in five sections, or movements. It uses different plainsong chants for each movement, and is a paraphrase mass, one in which the original chants are elaborated, broken up, passed between voices, or sung in different voices .
  5. Kagalmaran says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Inspiration The Glory Of The Human Voice on Discogs.
  6. Torr says:
    Gioachino Rossini's Petite messe solennelle (Little solemn mass) was written in , possibly at the request of Count Alexis Pillet-Will for his wife Louise to whom it is dedicated. The composer, who had retired from composing operas more than 30 years before, described it as "the last of my péchés de vieillesse" (sins of old age).Text: Order of Mass, "O salutaris hostia".
  7. Volkree says:
    The Kyrie has the chant in all voices, imitatively and paraphrased; the Gloria treats the chant as a cantus firmus, migrating it from voice to voice. Tonally, both movements end on G, and most of their cadences are on G or D.

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