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From the Album "Officium". Track "Parce Mihi Domine" (Christóbal de Morales, 1550-1553, Spain). Recorded at Propistei St. Gerold, Austria (Sept. 1993). "Parce mihi Domine" is from the vulgate translation of the book of job and nearly means "Spare me, O Lord." The whole text is beautiful and Morales has created a truly transcendent piece here, very much ahead of his time. Listen & Enjoy it. See also my other clip: www.youtube.com A cappella version: www.youtube.com (Latin text) Parce mihi, Domine, nihil enim sunt dies mei. Quid est homo, quia magnificas eum? Aut quid apponis erga eum cor tuum? Visitas eum diluculo et subito probas illum. Usquequo non parcis mihi, nec dimittis me, ut glutiam salivam meam? Peccavi, quid faciam tibi, o custos hominum? Quare posuisti me contrarium tibi, et factus sum mihimetispsi gravis? Cur non tollis peccatum meum, et quare non aufers iniquitatem meam? Ecce, nunc in pulvere dormiam, et si mane me quaesieris, non subsistam. (English translation) Spare me, Lord, for my days are as nothing. What is Man, that you should make so much of us? Or why should you set your heart upon us? You visit us at dawn, and put us to the test at any moment. Will you not spare me and let me be, while I swallow my saliva? If I have sinned, how have I hurt you, O guardian of mankind? Why have you set me up as your target, so that I am now a burden to myself? Why do you not forgive my sin and why do you not take away my guilt? Behold, I shall now lie down in the dust ...
From the Album "Officium". Track "O Solutaris Hostia" (1455-1518, Pierre de la Rue; a profound contrapuntal composer of the fifteenth century) means "O Saving Host". Recorded at Propistei St. Gerold, Austria (Sept. 1993). Pictures are taken from one of the best movies ever made: "The Last Temptation Of Christ" (1988, Martin Scorsese). First I wanted to use the original Soundtrack "With this Love (choir)" from Peter Gabriel. A superb piece of music and imho one of the best soundtracks ever made for a movie which fits much better to these pictures. But the original audio track is blocked by youtube. So I hope you will enjoy it anyhow with the outstanding music of Jan Garbarek. See also my other clip: www.youtube.com (Latin text) O salutaris hostia quae caeli pandis ostium, bella premunt hostilia: da robur, fer auxilium Uni trinoque Domino sit sempiterna gloria, qui vitam sine termino nobis donet in patria. (English translation) O saving victim who open the gate of heaven, hostile wars press on us: give strength, bring aid. To the Lord, three in one, be everlasting glory, for life without end he gives us in (his) Kingdom. Personnel: Jan Garbarek: Saxophone David James: Countertenor Rogers Covey-Crump: Tenor John Potter: Tenor Gordon Jones: Baritone
Jan Garbarek & The Hilliard Ensemble - Remember Me My Dear Beautiful music from their: Mnemosyne Disc 1
world premiere Hamburg 14.09.2010 Officium Novum world tour: 15.09.2010 Salzburg (Austria) 19.09.2010 Praha (Czech Republic) 20.09.2010 Bratislava (Slovakia) 21.09.2010 Bergamo (Italy) 29.09.2010 Warszawa (Poland) 30.09.2010 Berlin (Germany) 02.10.2010 Cambridge (UK) 04.10.2010 Heidelberg...
This is Fiona Talkington in conversation with Jan Garbarek, Manfred Eicher and the Hilliard Ensemble's David James, Rogers-Covey Crump and Gordon Jones. It explains the context and background of the project and their upcoming album 'Officium Novum' with many excerpts of the music. Jan Garbarek (soprano and tenor saxophones) David James (countertenor) Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor) Steven Harrald (tenor) Gordon Jones (baritone) Manfred Eicher (producer) Recorded: June and July 2009 in St. Gerold Release: September 2010 Number: ECM 2125 / CD 476 3855 Tour: www.bremme-hohensee.de here are some more details: The inspired bringing together of Jan Garbarek and the Hilliard Ensemble has resulted in consistently inventive music making since 1993. The unprecedented "Officium" album, with Garbarek's saxophone as a free-ranging 'fifth voice' with the Ensemble, gave the first indications of the musical scope and emotional power of this combination. "Mnemosyne" (1998) took the story further, expanding the repertoire beyond 'early music' to embrace works both ancient and modern. Now, after another decade of shared experiences, comes "Officium Novum", the third album from Garbarek/Hilliard, recorded, like its distinguished predecessors, in the St Gerold monastery. A central focus this time is music of Armenia based on the adaptations of Komitas Vardapet, pieces which draw upon both medieval sacred music and the bardic tradition of the Caucasus. The Hilliards have studied these pieces in the ...
O amazing mystery which is revealed to us. The creator God has come to the Jordan. River, do not be afraid, I am your creator, I have come to baptize and wash away your sins. Jan Garbarek and The Hilliard Ensemble
This temple, dwelling of the covenant of those dedicated to the Lord With sweet incense we gather around the altar. Jan Garbarek and The Hilliard Ensemble
The Crucifixion Of Jesus with music from Jan Garbarek & the Hilliard Ensemble. Images courtesy of Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ.
Jan Garbarek and the Hilliard Ensemble performing "Parce Mihi Domine," from Christóbal de Morales' Officium Defunctorum; processed with PaulStretch. All material (c) its original owner(s).
My heart trembles, I am terrified, on account of Judah. Jan Garbarek and The Hilliard Ensemble
I took these pictures over a three day period during the Bi-Centenary celebrations of the battle of Trafalgar. The ships are gathered in the Solent with Portsmouth, and its Spinaker tower, in the background. They were taken with a 400mm hand held lens from a distance of over a mile away.They have been sitting in a draw ever since so I thought I would put them up on YouTube. Parce mihi domine, from the Officium defunctorum by Christobal de Morales(c1500-1553) Performed by Jan Garbarek and the Hilliard Ensemble.
trains and landscape pics set to music by jan garbarek & the hilliard ensemble
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