Programmes

CANTORELLI

VOCAL OCTET

The group has an extensive repertoire of mainly European sacred and secular choral music from the medieval to the present day.

Current Programme

MAY 2108 PROGRAMME

 

Angelus Domini (1735) Claudio Casciolini (Italy 1690-1760)

Regina caeli laetare Heinrich Isaac (Netherlands c.1450-1517)

Queen of Heaven, rejoice

For whom you were worthy to carry

Has risen again as he promised

Pray for us to God

Crucifixus a 8 Antonio Lotti (Italy 1667-1740)

Ave Maria Josquin Desprez (France c.1440-1521)

Eli Eli György Deák-Bárdos (Hungary 1905-12991)

Jesu, dulcis memoria attrib. T.L.de Victoria (Spain 1548-1611)

Nunc dimittis G.P.da Palestrina (Italy 1525-1594)

Ave maris stella Edvard Grieg (Norway 1843-1907)

Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Muhseligen Johannes Brahms (Germany 1833-1897)

 

Un soir de neige Francis Poulenc (France 1899-1963)

Si ch'io vorrei morrire Claudio Monteverdi (Italy 1567-1643)

Quel augellin che canta Claudio Monteverdi

Margot labourez les vignes Jacques Arcadelt (Flanders 1507-1568)

Ancor che col partire Cipriano de Rore (Flanders d.1565)

Il bianco e dolce cigno Jacques Arcadelt

Un doux regard Pierre de Manchicourt (Flanders c.1510-1564)

Que n'est elle aupres de moi Pierre Certon (France 1515-1572)

Au joli jeu du pousse avant Clément Janequin (France c,1485-1558)

La, la, la, je ne l'ose dire Pierre Certon

Dana Dana Lajos Bárdos (Hungary 1899-1986)

Abenlied Josef Rheinberger (Liechtenstein 1839-1901)

The programme for June 2017 included:

 

My spirit sang all day by Gerald Finzi (1901-1956)

The blue bird by Charles Stanford (1852-1924)

I love my love by Gustav Holst (1874-1934)

I sowed the seeds of lov eby Gustav Holst

My love dwelt in a Northern land by Edward Elgar (1857-1934)

Funeral sentences by Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

Man that is born of woman

In the midst of life we are in death

Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts

Kyrie from Mass in G minorRalph by Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)

I was glad by Henry Purcell

Hear my prayer, O Lord by Henry Purcell

Three Motets by Charles Stanford

1. Justorum animae

2. Coelos ascendit hodie

3. Beati quorum via

Dido and Aeneas (excerpts) by Henry Purcell

 

 

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