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Stabat Mater Dolorosa - Music for Passiontide (2014)

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01. Stabat Mater dolorosa
02. O vos omnes
03. Tristis et anima mea
04. O quam tristis et afflicta
05. In ieunio et fletu
06. God so loved the world
07. Quis est homo qui non fleret
08. Caligaverunt oculi mei
09. Ut tecum lugeam
10. Pro peccatis suae gentis
11. The Reproaches
12. Eia, Mater, fons amoris
13. Crucifixus a 8
14. Sancta Mater, istud agas
15. Er nahm alles wohl in acht
16. Ave verum corpus
17. Fac me tecum pie flere
18. Salvator mundi I
19. Christus factus est
20. Virgo virginum praeclara
21. Ne irascaris/Civitas sancti tui
22. Fac me plagis vulnerari
23. Precor te, Domine
24. Christe, cum sit hinc exire
25. Ubi caritas

Clare College Choir, Cambridge
Graham Ross - conductor

 

English collegiate choral recordings range from pure Renaissance traditional to crossover oriented, and this one by the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, under Graham Ross lands right in the sweet spot with a sober but warm tone and a seriousness of intent that does not preclude contemporary compositions, including a pair by conductor Ross himself. The album is the second in a series by the choir devoted to events in the Anglican liturgical year; the first was an Advent disc, and this is entirely devoted to Passiontide, with the music linked together by Stabat mater chants. The polyphonic pieces range from Lassus and Victoria and Byrd to several layers of reimagining of the Renaissance style, from Antonio Lotti through Bruckner, Duruflé, and John Stainer up to the present day. The choir is engaged with the sound and spirit of the music and is capable of great power, even if its outdone in sheer pitch precision by some of its rivals. The easy crossover instincts of the likes of John Rutter are avoided, ironically so inasmuch as none other than Rutter is the producer of this release, and it must be said that he has exploited the ideal sound environment of London's All Hallows' Church to the hilt. In all, an unusually well-unified and persuasive choral release. ---James Manheim, AllMusic Review

 

The second disc from the choir of Clare College, Cambridge in their series based on the major festivals in the Anglican calendar and, like 'Veni Emmanuel', produced by John Rutter. In this richly varied Passiontide sequence, polyphonic settings of the great texts of Holy Week are interwoven with a plainchant rendition of the mournful 'Stabat Mater': the traditional medieval poem meditating on the death of Jesus and the grief of his mother. ---arkivmusic.com

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