Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611)

 

Victoria is widely considered to be the finest Spanish composer of the Renaissance period. He began his musical training as a chorister at the Cathedral in his native Ávila and in 1565 moved to Rome where he held various positions, eventually rising to maestro di capella of the Roman Seminary (succeeding Palestrina, who was clearly a great influence on Victoria’s music). He was ordained a priest in 1574 and later returned to Spain as chaplain to the sister of King Philip II (for whom he later wrote his Officium Defunctorum, 1605). Unusually, his output is entirely sacred and like Palestrina and Lassus, his music has come to epitomise the ideals of the Counter-Reformation.

Alma redemptoris mater 
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Ardens est cor meum 
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Ave maris stella I & II 
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Missa Ave maris stella 
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Ave Regina caelorum 
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Magnificat Octavi Toni 
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O quam gloriosum 
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Missa O quam gloriosum 
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Quam pulchri sunt
gressus tui 

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Missa Quam pulchri sunt 
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Missa Quarti Toni 
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Regina caeli 
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Salve Regina (1576) 
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Senex puerum portabat 
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Trahe me post te 
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Missa Trahe me post te 
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