The best Renaissance Music sacred

My favorite,Renaissance sacred music. the Renaissance music is European classical music Inspired for God written during the Renaissance, between 1400 and 1600, approximately. The stylistic characteristics that define Renaissance music are polyphonic texture that follows the laws of counterpoint, and is governed by the modal system inherited from Gregorian chant. Among its most widespread forms of music are the mass and the motet in the religious genre, the madrigal, chanson Carol and gender-profane, and the dancing, the ricercare and canzona in instrumental music. my most favorites compositers of this period are : Tomás Luis de Victoria. Thomas Tallis William Byrd Palestrina Thomas Morley Guillaume Dufay Johann Jakob Froberger Diego Ortiz Josquin Desprez, Antonio de Cabezón Orlando di Lasso Gregorio Allegri Francesca Caccini Alessandro Piccinini Vittoria Aleotti Claudio Monteverdi Adriano Banchieri Guglielmo Ebreo da Pesaro Francesco Spinacino Antonio Caprioli Gasparo Alberti Andrea Antico Francesco Patavino Bernardo Pisano Pietro Paolo Borrono Francesco de Layolle. Costanzo Festa Pierre Attaignant Simon Boyleau Francesco Canova da Milano Balthazar de Beaujoyeulx Mattio Rampollini. Chants and Prayers Renaissance : All Kyrie all Beneditione all Per signum Crucis all Veni Creator Spiritus all Salve Regina all Alma Redemptoris Mater all Ave Regina Caelorun all Regina Caeli all Pater Noster all Ave Maria all Gloria all Symbolum Nicaenum-Costantinopolitanum the best alleluia
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22 thoughts on “The best Renaissance Music sacred

  1. jorgealbertobaron1 il said:

    10 HORAS DE GRAN MÚSICA DICE JORGE ALBERTO BARON

  2. cristina ruiz carreon il said:

    SIMPLEMENTE SIN PALABRAS PARA DESCRIBIR LO QUE SE EXPERIMENTA AL ESCUCHAR ESTA MUSICA Y AUN MAS CON EL FONDO DE ESTA OBRA MAESTRA DE MIGUEL ANGEL…EL GRAN ABISMO ENTRE EL HOMBRE Y SU DIOS…¡¡¡QUE BARBARO!!!!

  3. CJSCamcorder il said:

    Music of immense power, wisdom and illumination.

  4. Kyle Hoeft il said:

    I can’t get enough of that song. I’ve listened to the first ten minutes of this video about ten times.

  5. drfenderfunk il said:

    I am an elf, so I was fortunate enough to attend mass at a Roman Catholic church 500 years ago when this music was performed. Words cannot describe the experience! However, after I attended mass for a while, more and more people started noticing my pointy ears and everyone started thinking I was some kind of demon, so they banished me from the church. God’s people were not so loving back then.

  6. Mistraker il said:

    The first piece is Spem in Alium by Thomas Tallis. It’s by far my favorite piece of choral music. The poster of the video will have to help you out with the rest, though.

  7. thethikboy il said:

    The Renaissance composers could hear angelic choirs just as angelic apparitions were not uncommon – the Age of Reason has deafened and blinded us.

  8. themoss il said:

    i don’t know, i’m crying listening to this. God may bless you all.

  9. ItsSoBad1 il said:

    Do you happen to have a track list for this video?

  10. georginasantor il said:

    Who are the composers of each piece? I would like to know, because it’s marvellous!
    

  11. PolyesterMoustache il said:

    Would have appreciated if this was uploaded in 720p for the higher 192kbps audio bitrate, though that would likely take months for YouTube to process, so for all I know this was uploaded in 720p.

  12. Claire Dumora il said:

    Très recueilli, mais quels sont les auteurs et partitions ?

  13. MsPingu112 il said:

    will be listening to this while revising for my early modern europe exam.

  14. Jean Justil il said:

    Superbe musique très reposante et parfaite en période de révisions d’examen !

  15. Rodrigo Dud il said:

    Thank you for spending your time to share this with us! This kind of music touch my soul.

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