Parce mihi Domine. Cristóbal de Morales & Jan Garbarek & The Hilliard Ensemble. Show performers. COMPOSER: Cristóbal de Morales. PERFORMER: Jan. The BBC artist page for Cristóbal de Morales. Find the Cristóbal de Morales Biography (Wikipedia) Officium defunctorum for 4 voices: ‘Parce mihi Domine’. Parce mihi, Domine. composer. Cristóbal de Morales (c). author of text . Bible Produced by Isabella de Sabata Engineered by Mike Hatch & Hugh.

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Many music writers and theorists in the hundred years after his death considered his music to be among the most perfect of the time. The four voice mass uses the tune as a strict cantus firmus, and the setting for five voices treats it more freely, migrating it from one voice to another.

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Magnificat primi toni Composer. Santa Maria, succurre miseris.

On 4 September he asked to be considered for the position of maestro de capilla at the Cathedral of Toledowhere he had previously prce, but died shortly after in Marchena ; the actual date is not known, but was before October 7. In Secunda Nocturno – from Officium Defunctorum. Sign in to the BBC, or Register. Pastores dicite, quidnam vidistis Composer. While he was renowned by this time as one of the greatest composers in Europe, he seems to have been unpopular as an employee, for he began to have difficulty finding and keeping positions.


Six masses are based on Gregorian chantand these are mostly written in a conservative cantus-firmus style. La Capella Reial de Catalunya. Tomas Luis de Victoria: Parce mihi Domine Composer.

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Morales was the first Spanish composer of international renown. Puer natus est sung by Ensemble Plus Ultra Composer.

There is little information of the whereabouts of Morales from January to May Jubilate Deo Composer. Pie Jesu Domine Composer. Others who lived in Seville are considered to be potential relatives of Morales. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This had a significant effect on Morales’ success. Santa Maria, succurre miseris Composer. Parce mihi Domine from the Officium Defunctorum.

A Valentine with a difference: He remained in Rome untilin the employ of the Vatican ; then, after a period of unsuccessfully pagce other employment in Italy with the emperor, as well as with Cosimo I de Medici he returned to Pare, where he held a succession of posts, many of which were marred by financial or political difficulties.

Pastores, dicite, quidnam vidistis domibe 4 voices. Similar Artists Eustache du Caurroy. Retrieved from ” https: There is some evidence that he was a difficult character, aware of his exceptional talent, but incapable of getting along with those of lesser musical abilities. Find out more about our use of this data. Show more Show less. Pastores dicite, quidnam vidistis. Credo from ‘Missa Mille Regretz’. Requiem Aeturnam from ‘Missa Pro Defunctis’.

All that is known about his family is that he had cistobal sister, and that his father died prior to his sister’s marriage in Last Played on BBC. The Magnificats alone set him apart from other composers of the time, and they are the portion of his work most often performed today.


He made severe demands on the singers in his employ, alienated employers, and likely came across as arrogant. By he had moved to Rome, where he was a singer in the papal choir, evidently due to the interest of Pope Paul III who was partial to Spanish singers.

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Credo from ‘Missa Mille Regretz’ Composer. Parce mihi domine Composer. Puer natus est sung by Ensemble Plus Ultra. Stylistically, his music has much in common with other middle Renaissance work of the Iberian peninsula, for example a preference for harmony heard as functional by the modern ear root motions of fourths or fifths being somewhat more common than in, for example, Gombert or Palestrinaand a free use of harmonic cross-relations rather like one hears in English music of the time, for example in Thomas Tallis.