Pierluigi Da Palestrina – Missarum liber primus (Triple Album)

Coro Polifonico dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Roberto Gabbiani

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When the Missarum liber primus saw the light in Rome, printed by the Dorico brothers in 1554, Palestrina (most likely born between the end of 1525 and the beginning of 1526) was about 29 years old. The young age of the composer is surprising if related to the artistic maturity of this work; even more so if one considers that any of the five masses contained in the collection had presumably already been composed in the preceding years.

At that time, however, the musician was already an established composer and covered the important position of chapel master at the Julian Chapel in St. Peter’s. Soon after he would consolidate his position in the city also as a musician, when he was called to represent Roman musical professionalism with a significant contribution to the miscellaneous collection of profane music published under the title Le Muse (from 1555 to 1575), a prelude to the establishment of that Compagnia dei musici di Roma which was later to assume the invocation of the Santa Cecilia and to transform itself into the current Accademia.

It therefore appears only natural that today the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, which was once his own Academy and saw him as its Prince, pays the due attention to him and programs the complete performance of his works.

Coro Polifonico Dell’ Accademie Nazionale Di Santa Cecilia
Roberto Gabbiani, Conductor

Tracklist

1.
Missa 1 “Ecce sacerdos magnus” - Kyrie
04:25
2.
Missa 1 “Ecce sacerdos magnus” - Gloria
06:26
3.
Missa 1 “Ecce sacerdos magnus” - Credo
10:33
4.
Missa 1 “Ecce sacerdos magnus” - Sanctus
08:23
5.
Missa 1 “Ecce sacerdos magnus” - Agnus Dei I
02:18
6.
Missa 1 “Ecce sacerdos magnus” - Aguns Dei II
02:30
7.
Missa 1 “Ecce sacerdos magnus” - Agnus Dei III
02:04
8.
Missa 2 “O Regem Coeli” - Kyrie
03:46
9.
Missa 2 “O Regem Coeli” - Gloria
05:28
10.
Missa 2 “O Regem Coeli” - Credo
09:50
11.
Missa 2 “O Regem Coeli” - Sanctus
05:30
12.
Missa 2 “O Regem Coeli” - Agnus Dei I
02:29
13.
Missa 2 “O Regem Coeli” - Aguns Dei II
02:49
14.
Missa 3 “Virtute magna” - Kyrie
04:29
15.
Missa 3 “Virtute magna” - Gloria
05:36
16.
Missa 3 “Virtute magna” - Credo
09:54
17.
Missa 3 “Virtute magna” - Sanctus
07:43
18.
Missa 3 “Virtute magna” - Agnus Dei I
02:24
19.
Missa 3 “Virtute magna” - Aguns Dei II
03:04
20.
Missa 4 “Gabriel Archangelus” - Kyrie
03:39
21.
Missa 4 “Gabriel Archangelus” - Gloria
05:52
22.
Missa 4 “Gabriel Archangelus” - Credo
08:09
23.
Missa 4 “Gabriel Archangelus” - Sanctus
08:15
24.
Missa 4 “Gabriel Archangelus” - Agnus Dei I
02:22
25.
Missa 4 “Gabriel Archangelus” - Aguns Dei II
02:29
26.
Missa “Ad coenam Agni providi” - Kyrie
03:01
27.
Missa “Ad coenam Agni providi” - Gloria
05:11
28.
Missa “Ad coenam Agni providi” - Credo
09:50
29.
Missa “Ad coenam Agni providi” - Sanctus
07:02
30.
Missa “Ad coenam Agni providi” - Agnus Dei I
02:22
31.
Missa “Ad coenam Agni providi” - Aguns Dei II
02:57

Total time: 02:40:50

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SACD033

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Analog to Digital Converters

dCS

Cables

Signoricci

Microphone Pre Amp

Signoricci

Microphones

Neumann U48 and U47M Tube Microphones

Conductors

Original Recording Format

Producer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Pyramix Engineer

Antonio Verden

Recording Assistant

Paola Maria Ricci

Recording Engineer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Recording Location

Roma – Sala Coro dell' Auditorium, Parco della Musica on September 29,2003 and October 11, 2003

Recording Software

Pyramix, Merging Technologies

Release Date October 7, 2021

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