Cristóbal de Morales (c.1500-1553)

 

Morales is arguably the first Spanish composer to achieve international fame and the most influential before Tomás Luis de Victoria. Between 1535 and 1545 he sang in with the choir of Sistine Chapel and a great number of his compositions were probably written for that ensemble. He later returned to his native Spain, serving as chapel master at the cathedrals in Toledo and finally Málaga. Even after his death, Morales was evidently still highly regarded and the Spanish theorist Juan Bermudo listed him alongside Adrian Willaert and Nicolas Gombert as a leading composer of the generation, and as the “light of Spain in music”.

Magnificat Primi Toni (even verses) – A(A)T(T)BarB or S(S)A(A)TB

£5.50 per 10 copies

Magnificat Tertii Toni (even verses) – AT(T)Bar(Bar)B or SA(A)T(T)B

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Magnificat Octavi Toni (even verses) – AT(T)Bar(Bar)B or SA(A)T(T)B

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Coming soon

Missa Ave maris stella – ATBarBarB or SATTB

Missa Benedicta es caelorum regina – ATBarB or SATB

Ecce amica mea – ATBarB or SATB

Inter natos mulierum – ATBarB or SATB

Jubilate Deo a6 – ATTBarBarB or SAATTB

Lamentabatur Jacob – ATTBarB or SATTB

Missa L’homme armé a5 – ATTBarB or SAATB

Missa Mille Regretz – AATTBarB or SSAATB

Tu es Petrus – AATBarB or SSATB

Missa Vulnerasti cor meum – ATBarB or SATB