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Synonyms for antiphon

a verse or song to be chanted or sung in response

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Appendix C reconstructs the relationship of chant, polyphony, and falsobordone for certain Vespers feasts, while appendix D lists Ignazio Donati's polychoral music for the Duomo.
Choir size varied over the decades and from church to church, and voice distribution seems to have evolved from the soloist ensembles of the Middle Ages,(13) to top-heavy-seeming choirs like the 6/2/3/3 ordered for the Burgundian court chapel in 1469,(14) to the more even distributions noted in the papal choir by the 1530s;(15) but one-to-a-part singing remained common even in the largest choirs and may have been practically mandatory in polychoral pieces and Mass sections with reduced forces.
Each ritornello is in triple meter, features both tutti and polychoral writing, and sets a genetically celebratory text.
In 1584, at the age of 18, Hans Leo left for Venice so as to familiarise himself with the new Italian polychoral music and the art of madrigal.
Renaissance music lovers will enjoy four polyphonic works and a dance: two Canzone in majestic Venetian polychoral style by the Italian composer Giovanni Gabrielli, a Ricercare by Andrea Gabrielli, an arrangement by Alkis Baltas of the highly expressive French chanson Mille Regretz by the Franco-flemish composer Josquin des Prez, as well as the jubilant dance La Mourisque by the Flemish composer Tielman Susato.
Now the Warwick-based Armonico Consort is touring the piece around the region, programming it alongside other polychoral works including the CD chart-topping 40-part Spem in Alium by our own Thomas Tallis.
In Chapter 1, Varwig places Schutz's polychoral motets within the context of the 1617 celebrations of the centenary of Luther's posting of his Ninety-Five Theses.
The singers will bring to life the polychoral music of the 17th Century Venetian masters A.
He has also identified some manuscript collections of polychoral works from the period of the SS.
The polychoral exuberance of Rebelo's music is a perfect foil for the less flamboyant style of the slightly younger Melgas: this contrast is perhaps artificially reinforced by the transposition of the more virtuoso works by Rebelo to a high key, which shows off the superb sopranos of Christophers' choir to great advantage, but might not be to the taste of the most critical listener.
The German College's polychoral tradition started with Victoria in the 1570s and was continued by Annibale Stabile, Ruggiero Giovanelli and Pacelli.
Two Canzone in majestic Venetian polychoral style by the Italian composer Giovanni Gabrielli, a Ricercare by Andrea Gabrielli, an arrangement by Alkis Baltas of the highly expressive French chanson 'Mille Regretz' by the Franco-flemish composer Josquin des Prez, and the jubilant dance 'La Mourisque' by
Only in the late 1980s and early 1990s did conductor Sergio Vartolo record several compact discs of large-scale polychoral vesper psalms by Colonna with soloists, choirs, and instrumentalists gathered under the name of the Cappella Musicale di San Petronio for the Bolognese label Tactus.
Venetian Blinders on September 14 features works by Marcello and Vivaldi (including the Gloria); A Venetian Christmas highlights music by Monteverdi and Giovanni Gabrieli (December 5); and Supersize Polyphony 2 (groaningly subtitled 'Spemalot') on February 1, brings gargantuan polychoral offerings by Striggio, before returning us to English soil with Thomas Tallis' 40-part motet Spem in Alium (get the joke now?
is in this collection; the piece is based on the 8-part polychoral motet Iniquos odio habui.