RheinVokal Festival 2014 Boppard, St. Severus Kirche, 23.08.2014 | FM SWR2-Kultur, 01.11.2014
Stile Antico - From the Imperial Court (live performance)
1. Cristobal de Morales - Jubilate Deo 2. Josquin des Prez - Mille regretz 3. Nicolas Gombert - Mille regretz 4. Thomas Crecquillon - Andreas Christi famulus 5. Thomas Tallis - Loquebantur variis linguis 6. Pierre de la Rue - Absalon fili mi 7. Nicolas Gombert - Magnificat primi toni 8. Applause (first part of concert ends)
9. Nicolas Gombert - Gloria (from Missa 'Quam pulchra es') 10. (I don't know, which song it is) 11. Clemens non Papa - Carole magnus eras 12. Alonso Lobo - Versa est in luctum 13. Heinrich Isaac - Virgo prudentissima 14. Applause
Many thanks for this wonderful concert. The mystery track is Gombert's "Lugebat David Absolon". There are alternative versions with the text "Tulerunt Dominum Meum". It is not known who fitted this text to Gombert's motet, and it is not likely to have been Gombert, because the text fits the words quite badly. See: http://www1.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/Lugebat_David_Absalon_%28Nicolas_Gombert%29
Thank you very much for your explanation. I checked it. It is "Tulerunt Dominum meum". There are two indications to prove it:
1. the playtime: in opposite to live performed rock music the runtime of a track varies not so much. In opposite to an Iron Maiden concert there are no extended guitar solos and so forth. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1uTzJuCAXQ
Playtime of the video is 5.53 min., playtime of track 10 is 4.47 min. Playtime for "Lugebat David Absalon" is much longer: 9.18 min. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0Uidb829ik
2. the latin text: I defenitly hear in track 10: "Dicunt ei angeli: mulier, quid ploras? Surrexit sicut dixit." http://www1.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/Tulerunt_Dominum_meum
This phrase can't be found in "Lugebat David Absalon". http://www1.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/Lugebat_David_Absalon_%28Nicolas_Gombert%29
You can prove these two indications with a concert program by Stile Antico: http://www.operanorth.co.uk/productions/music-stile-antico
But before your informations here in the comments I wasn't able to find anything. So thank you very much. Radio SWR2 provides misinformations: http://tinyurl.com/mzxczjy
I know Lugebat David very well - I have sung it several times. So I recognised the music from the first notes, but I did not know of this version until today. Thank you for this very intersting concert. It is really fascinating to hear the differences between composers born around the same time (1500) but in different musical traditions
1. I recognised the piece because - just like Ronann - I knew Lugebat David. It was however quite clear that the choir was singing Tulerunt Dominum meum (Mary Magdalene meeting the resurrected Christ). Lugebat David has a second part, as well, which does not form part of Tulerunt Dominum. Tulerunt Dominum is, however, a contrafactum itself. The piece exists in a French chanson version: Je prens congié. This chanson version - which is musically identical to Tulerunt Dominum - has been recorded by Ensemble Clément Janequin (on the CD "Une fete chez Rabelais") and by the Huelgas Ensemble (Gombert: Music from the Court of Charles V).
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