MATIN RESPONSORY PALESTRINA EBOOK
Anglican Chant. Matin Responsory (adapted from Palestrina). Composition Information ↓; Appears On ↓. Share on. facebook · twitter · google+. Matin Responsory (Adrian Wall) Title: Matin Responsory (I look from afar) Description: First responsory at Matins on Advent Sunday. Matin Responsory - Aspiciens a longe - I Look From Afar. By Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Sir David Willcocks. • 1.
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They are used as the framework for our carol service.
And lo, I see the power of God coming, and a matin responsory palestrina covering the whole earth. Go ye out to meet him and say: The familiar Palestrina-Willcocks setting surely provided a model: Stir up thy strength, O Lord, and come to reign over thy people Israel.
Go ye out to meet him and say: Tell us, art thou he that should come to reign over thy people Israel? Matin responsory palestrina us, are thou he that should come?
I look from afar, and behold I see the Power of God, coming like as a cloud to cover the land with the hosts of his People: One of the things I love about a lot of church music — especially the kind based on chant or really early Church lyrics — is the sense you have of reaching back hundreds or thousands of years and somehow being connected to the people who lived matin responsory palestrina by the same words matin responsory palestrina sometimes the same notes.
This recording, for me, speaks very well for the first day of Advent.