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Album: Tomás Luis de Victoria: Requiem, 1605

Artist: Harry Christophers & The Sixteen

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 The Sixteen Productions Ltd.

Tracklist For Tomás Luis de Victoria: Requiem, 1605 By Artist Harry Christophers & The Sixteen

Title Artist Time
1
Salve Regina The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 10:01 USD Album Only
2
Ave Regina caelorum a 5 The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 4:22 USD 0.99
3
Nigra sum The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 3:47 USD 0.99
4
Quam pulchri sunt The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 3:56 USD 0.99
5
Trahe me post te Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 3:16 USD 0.99
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Ave Regina caelorum a 8 Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 3:41 USD 0.99
7
Taedet animam meam Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 4:11 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 5:09 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 2:16 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 3:13 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 5:03 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 2:50 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 3:56 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 4:08 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) Harry Christophers & The Sixteen 4:04 USD 0.99
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Missa pro defunctis a 6 (1605) The Sixteen & Harry Christophers 8:58 USD 0.99

Reviews For Tomás Luis de Victoria: Requiem, 1605 By Artist Harry Christophers & The Sixteen

  • Sublime

    4
    By NEPA Classics
    This is music that you'll want to listen to without distractions if possible, not in the car or where other noises and distractions are present. My only criticism is the recording quality in a few spots, other than that an out-of-this-world experience.
  • An emotional experience

    5
    By mcsonata
    All it took was one listen through the album to fall in love. The combination between The Sixteen and the music of Tomas Luis de Victoria is absolutely unbelievable. I don't have the words to describe what I am hearing. Loved the first songs, then I got to the Requiem. It didn't take long for me to become emotional while listening to it. The Sixteen is amazing. If you love the Victoria, like I do, then this album is a must have! Even if you just love listening to Renaissance choral music, buy this album! You will never regret it!
  • Wonderfully Executed and Interpreted

    5
    By Chris PC
    Harry Christophers & The Sixteen have hit this one right on the mark; the beautifully flowing sounds that the ensenble is capable of producing do a great justice to some of Victoria's finest works, with the Funeral Motet being one of the best I have heard. Though there are some occasional discrepancies within the structure of the vocalization, such errors do not detract from the overall experience. A must for anyone interested in a masterfully performed choral mass.

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