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Kacem Marseille — Nebghik Nebghik. Certainly there is nothing so wide-ranging in a single work by Palestrina. Both of these chansons were three-voice compositions. The five which we have recorded are all quite similar in one respect: their overall length and division into two clearly delineated parts, the first in triple time, the second in duple. It is alleged that the music finally escaped when Mozart at the age of fourteen wrote it down from memory.

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The use of low thirds in chordal spacing is not encouraged by text-books of correct polyphonic procedure, but Browne simply could not avoid them with this scoring, and they are thrilling. O regina mundi clara has a very similar effect to Stabat iuxta, the sonority adjusted a little by adding an alto voice to the array of lower sounds, but with no decrease in the intensity of the writing. The coup de grâce is once again delivered on the final chord by adding a chromatic note — F sharp — which has scarcely been heard before in the whole piece.

Perhaps coup de théâtre would be a better expression. Since there was no precedent for eight-part polyphony it must in some measure have been experimental, though one looks in vain for signs of immaturity.

The wonder contained in those first bars sets the emotional scene for music which is difficult to sing, but supremely worth mastering. Palestrina and Allegri Of all the music The Tallis Scholars are asked to sing in concert, the Palestrina and Allegri items recorded here are the most in demand.

However dissimilar the actual performance venue, this image of heaven-on-earth always enhances the experience.

Actually to perform in the Sistine Chapel, as we did in , remains the most memorable thing we have ever done. Palestrina is the composer The Tallis Scholars have sung and recorded most frequently. We have come to realize that if a group can sing Palestrina well it can sing any choral music well, for in his music there is no hiding-place. Just as a pianist must rehearse scales and arpeggios to play Mozart well, so a vocal ensemble must work on blend and tuning to sing Palestrina well.

There is no better or more rewarding way of learning how to sing Renaissance polyphony. The story of the Missa Papae Marcelli is difficult to fix down in fact. One of the leading figures in the debate was the man who became Pope Marcellus II in and it is probable, given the title of the eventual composition, that Marcellus asked Palestrina to write a piece which would show the world that part-music could be both concise and musically valuable.

Certainly in two of its movements — the Gloria and Credo — the Missa Papae Marcelli has a precision of word-setting which was innovative, though the other three movements are much more elaborate and the second Agnus Dei possibly the most mathematically complex movement Palestrina ever wrote. Scored for SSAATBB where the rest of the Mass is for SATTBB, it explores two canons which are sung at the same time: one between the first bass and the second alto a fifth above the original and twelve beats after it ; and the other between the first bass and the second soprano a ninth above the original and twenty-four beats after it.

The syllabic style not only appealed to the reforming cardinals of the Council of Trent, however. The syllabic movements of the Missa Papae Marcelli were early in this change: later in his life Palestrina took up the method more consistently.

His Stabat mater is the supreme example of this. Any Vatican composer setting a text about Saint Peter would have felt on his mettle, and nowhere does Palestrina make words shine more splendidly than in his six-voice Tu es Petrus. He must have identified with this text since he had already set it once before for seven voices, and soon would write one of his most elaborate parody Masses on this six-part version.

The outline of the music we sing today was written by Gregorio Allegri sometime before , when it was copied into a manuscript of that date — Allegri was a member of the Sistine Chapel choir from until his death in By the middle of the eighteenth century it had become so famous that the Papacy forbade anyone to sing it outside the Sistine Chapel, in order to enhance the reputation of the Papal choir.

It is alleged that the music finally escaped when Mozart at the age of fourteen wrote it down from memory.


That he did this is certain since, even though the actual copy he made does not survive, a letter from his father to his mother describing the incident does. However, just as the Pope had feared, once the Miserere was heard outside the magical confines of the Sistine Chapel, the music was found to lose its power to astonish. The problem with any performance of it, then as now, is that what Gregorio Allegri himself composed is simple and plain.

It seems likely that the embellishments got more and more effective as the decades passed until by the end of the nineteenth century the best of them had also been written down and become part of the composition.


By then they included the high C which has so characterized the piece in recent times. They are published here as she sings them see page 20 of the sung texts booklet , the fruit of her experiments across most of the performances that The Tallis Scholars have given.

She and I acknowledge the irony of writing down these improvisations, but if making them available in print means that yet more dazzling roulades will be invented by subsequent performers then we are probably only doing what the Papal singers did when they listened to each other centuries ago.


In our landmark recording of the Miserere, which opens Volume 1 in this series, we followed standard practice by singing the chant verses to Tone 2. It was the action of a moment for the cantor on this recording, Andrew Carwood, to restore the beautiful contours of Tonus Peregrinus to the nine chant verses, and so give the music a flow it has never fully had, at least in modern times.

Essentially the point is that Josquin was as influential a composer in his time as Beethoven was in his; but the subplot is that Josquin ought to be taken as seriously as any later composer even though he lived so long ago and only wrote for voices. In this respect there is more substance in comparing Josquin with Beethoven than with, say, Mozart or Haydn, since Josquin and Beethoven both seemed more concerned to individualize every work they wrote, to make each work tell. The settings included here are two of the finest to come from any pen.

They are linked by having secular polyphonic songs as their models, coincidentally neither of which are safely attributed to any single composer. Malheur me bat is probably not by Ockeghem but by a little-known Flemish composer called Malcort, whose obscurity should not detract from the beauty of his song, nor from the fact that it became a favourite model for Mass-settings by composers active around the year The two Masses sung here are also linked by the way Josquin borrowed his material from the chansons.

Both of these chansons were three-voice compositions. Before Josquin the normal procedure in basing a Mass-setting on a chanson was to take one of the original voice-parts, often the tenor, and derive all the motifs to be used in the Mass from it. This was called paraphrasing a melody.

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However in these two settings Josquin went a stage further by plundering all three of the voice parts for quotable material, at a stroke tripling the stock of ideas he could draw on. We can hear Josquin refining and developing these techniques in Missa Malheur me bat. Just about every bar of every movement is underpinned by a quotation from the model in question, though there seems to be no logic to how Josquin decided which of the three voices he was going to home in on, or whether more than one is being used at any given moment all three tend to appear at the beginning of the movements , or what speed the chosen melody is being quoted at.

In general he liked to construct his polyphonic lines out of quite short motifs, often quoted as sequences which become building blocks the Sanctus of Missa Fortuna desperata gives a good example of this. More often than not his resourcefulness is not clearly audible: the best chance of hearing the chanson material is when he quotes their melodies in very long notes. Yet this thematic scaffolding is only part of the story. By intensifying the learning which underlies both Agnus Dei settings, as well as intensifying the symbolism inherent in the borrowed themes, Josquin in his own style achieves a symphonic breadth of expression.

Missa Fortuna desperata only has two, though it is possible that a two-voice section, which would have come between the two four-part ones that exist, has got lost over time.

In the first Agnus of Missa Malheur me bat the tenor carries a simplified version of the chanson tenor in long notes, while the other voices surround it with a classic example of Josquin building blocks with a repeating motif. The second Agnus, for two voices, is a free canon at the second. This, the most difficult canon of all to write, produces a mesmerizing, unearthly effect.

The four voices of the earlier movements have become six. The outside parts of the chanson are retained without alteration while the middle part of the original is removed altogether and replaced with a double canon that is, with two sets of two voices in canon with each other.

In this way the music from the chanson acts as a scaffolding for the filigree detail of the canonic parts, coming and going as they like, as it seems outside time. In the Agnus Dei of Missa Fortuna desperata Josquin invented an arguably simpler but no less effective formula. Again we are in the world of building-block motifs, but this time over a very long-note bass part, which at times explores the most sonorous depths of the voice. In the first Agnus these bass notes are formed from the original top part of the chanson, transposed down an octave and a fifth, augmented and inverted.

But subconsciously the mind is enthralled. Philippe Verdelot ca. Maria del Fiore du 24 mars au plus tard au 7 septembre et à la cathédrale du 2 avril au 28 juin On soupçonne cependant que ce Si bona suscepimus à cinq voix dut ensuite sa réputation à la seule qualité de sa musique. On le retrouve dans au moins six anthologies imprimées, vingt-sept manuscrits et onze tablatures et, en , très probablement après la mort de Verdelot, il servit de musique de scène dans une pièce de théâtre allemande.

Ces paroles, qui évoquent des troubles civils, sont, naturellement, exprimées dans un style sombre entre tous. Ensemble, ils constituent une anthologie de tout ce dont Gombert était capable, lui qui, toute sa carrière durant, cultiva son goût des textures denses. En , il se décrit comme un chanoine de la cathédrale de Tournai, et il semble être mort avant Tous les magnificat suivent le même schéma de base, qui met en polyphonie les versets pairs et laisse en plain-chant les versets impairs.

Les premiers versets tendent à être écrits pour quatre voix, pour en atteindre finalement cinq ou plus. En outre, le compositeur a fidèlement conservé les hauteurs de son des cadences au sein des tons du plain-chant, les utilisant dans la polyphonie à mi-chemin et à la fin de chaque verset. Bach dans ses fugues. La relation entre les diverses énonciations de ces idées et la manière dont elles se combinent sont incroyablement complexes.

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Le ton 2 fait de nouveau intervenir une écriture à quatre parties, au début, avant de descendre à trois puis à deux parties dans les versets intermédiaires, pour finalement repasser à cinq dans les derniers versets.

À partir du troisième verset à cinq parties , ce magnificat offre certains des moments les plus exaltants de la polyphonie du milieu du XVIe siècle. Comme les tons 2 et 5, le ton 4 est essentiellement une mise en musique à quatre parties — sans soprano, mais avec deux ténors inégaux.

A contrario, le ton 7 apparaît comme le moins orthodoxe du corpus. Le résultat est, à sa façon, un tour de force.


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