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Heinrich Isaac
Missa paschalis a 6


REF.: CHR 77356
EAN 13: 4010072773562



FECHA DE PUBLICACIÓN
20/02/2012

INTÉRPRETES
ensemble officium
Wilfried Rombach, director


CONTENIDO

Heinrich Isaac (c.1450-1517):

Missa paschalis a 6
Choralis Constantinus: Proprium in Resurrectione Domini

Introitus Resurrexi a 6 (Munich, Choir-book 31)
Kyrie (Missa paschalis)
Gloria (Missa paschalis)
Graduale Haec dies (Choralis Constantinus)
Alleluia Pascha nostrum (Choralis Constantinus)
Sequenz Laudes Salvatori (Choralis Constantinus)
Credo (Jena, Choir-book 33)
Offertorium Terra tremuit (Gregorian Chant)
Sanctus (Missa paschalis)
Benedictus (Missa paschalis)
Agnus Dei (Missa paschalis)
Communio Pascha nostrum (Choralis Constantinus)
Introitus Resurrexi a 4 (Choralis Constantinus)

1 CD - DDD - 71'06''


RESEÑA (La Quinta de Mahler)

An outstanding musical personality of the period around 1500, Heinrich Isaac (c 1450-1517) was one of the
most universal and versatile of all the earlier composers and an important representative of the Netherlandish
school. Altogether a cosmopolitan in the modern sense, he led a colourful life that is reflected in compositions
in all the musical forms and styles of his time using the most important languages of Europe in a way that
was comparable only with Orlande de Lassus almost 100 years later.

The main work on this recording is Heinrich Isaac's six-part Missa paschalis. It comprises the Ordinarium,
the "ordinary" or "regular" sections (Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus and Agnus Dei) which are always present
in the Mass. The Credo, however, is not set to music in the Missa paschalis. In its place, this recording
presents a four-part composition by Isaac which is contained in Choir-book no. 33 in the Thuringian State
and University Library in Jena.

Heinrich Isaac's Missa paschalis is altogether in the tradition of settings of the Easter Mass. Such Easter
Masses were based on the first Gregorian plainsong Mass, which was prescribed exclusively for the liturgy at
Easter and on the following Sundays up to Whitsuntide. Like all Isaac's Masses using Gregorian models, the
Missa paschalis follows the alternatim principle, the alternation between plainsong and polyphony. It is an
exceptionally fine example of Isaac's settings of the Mass, and it is no coincidence that its Kyrie was one of
few Mass settings he composed that found its way into the choir-books of the Sistine Chapel in Rome, which
has a tradition of performing such works unaccompanied. The unaccompanied choral performance presented
by ensemble officium on this recording carries on that tradition.

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