Missa Tulerunt Dominum meum Siglo de Oro & Patrick Allies

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Album info

Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
16.03.2018

Label: Delphian

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)

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  • Orlande de Lassus (1532 - 1594):
  • 1Responsorium: Tristis est anima mea04:10
  • Jacobus Handl (1550 - 1591):
  • 2Filiae Jerusalem, nolite04:48
  • Hieronymus Praetorius (1560 - 1629):
  • 3O vos omnes04:05
  • Hans Leo Hassler (1564 - 1612):
  • 4Deus, Deus meus03:44
  • Hieronymus Praetorius (1560 - 1629):
  • 5Tulerunt Dominum meum06:47
  • Missa Tulerunt Dominum meum:
  • 6I. Kyrie03:02
  • 7II. Gloria05:35
  • Andrea Gabrieli (1533 - 1585):
  • 8Maria stabat ad monumentum05:22
  • Hieronymus Praetorius (1560 - 1629): Missa Tulerunt Dominum meum:
  • 9III. Credo09:39
  • 10IV. Sanctus - V. Benedictus04:04
  • 11VI. Agnus Dei04:35
  • Surrexit pastor bonus:
  • 12Surrexit pastor bonus03:29
  • Total Runtime59:20

Info for Missa Tulerunt Dominum meum

Though less well known than his namesake Michael, Hieronymus Praetorius was part of a German musical dynasty, and as organist at Hamburg’s Jacobikirche he was one of the city’s most important cultural figures. So it is remarkable that his magnificent mass for Holy Week, the Missa Tulerunt Dominum meum, has until now remained unrecorded. Here, some four hundred years after it was first performed, Siglo de Oro present it as it might have been heard in seventeenth-century Hamburg, weaving in motets for Easter from some of Praetorius’s most gifted contemporaries. Bavarian Hans Leo Hassler, Netherlandish Orlande de Lassus, Venetian Andrea Gabrieli, and the itinerant Jacob Handl – each lends a motet to complement the unfolding liturgical journey, from the quiet solemnity of Maundy Thursday through to the exultant joy of Easter Day.

Siglo de Oro
Patrick Allies, director




Patrick Allies
began his musical education as a chorister at the Temple Church in London, under Stephen Layton. He sang in Gloucester Cathedral Choir before taking up a Choral Scholarship to study Music at King’s College London, graduating in 2010 with First Class Honours. Patrick went on to postgraduate study at the University of Cambridge where he sang in Jesus College Choir.

While at university, Patrick founded Siglo de Oro, which has since become a professional ensemble, performing both renaissance and contemporary music. In 2016 Patrick and Siglo de Oro released their first CD with Delphian Records, featuring the world premiere recordings of eight newly-commissioned Advent Antiphons, in collaboration with saxophonist Sam Corkin. BBC Radio 3 Record Review called it 'an impressive and adventurous debut from the ensemble’.

Patrick also holds positions as Musical Director of Wokingham Choral Society, Lecturer at Morley College, Conductor of Khoros, Director of Music at All Saints’ Putney, and Director of West Sussex Youth Choir. In 2017 Patrick was shortlisted for both the Nordic Choral Conducting Competition and the 3rd Juozas Naujalis International Competition for Choral Conductors.



Booklet for Missa Tulerunt Dominum meum

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