Pierre Certon, Charles Wuorinen, Maurice Duruflé – The Choir Of Saint Ignatius Of Antioch, Harold Chaney – Cum Jubilo: Masses By Certon, Wuorinen & Durufle (With Motets By Tallis, Dunstable And Victoria)
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|–Pierre Certon||Missa "Sur Le Pont D'Avignon"
Composed By – Pierre Certon
|7||–Thomas Tallis||Audivi Vocem De Coelo
Composed By – Thomas Tallis
|8||–John Dunstable||Sancta Maria
Composed By – John Dunstable
|–Charles Wuorinen||Missa Brevis (1991)
Composed By – Charles WuorinenOrgan – Harold Chaney
|14||–Tomás Luis De Victoria||Cum Beatus Ignatius
Composed By – Tomás Luis De Victoria
|–Maurice Duruflé||Messe "Cum Jubilo" (Op. 11)
Baritone Vocals – Brian Hurst (5)Composed By – Maurice DurufléOrgan – Harold ChaneyTenor Vocals – David Lee Echelard*
- Choir – The Choir Of Saint Ignatius Of Antioch
- Conductor, Producer – Harold Chaney
- Cover [Picture: "Ecstacy of Saint Theresa"] – Gian Lorenzo Bernini
- Edited By [Digital Editing], Mastered By – Adam Abeshouse
- Engineer – Adam Abeshouse (tracks: 7, 8, 14), Ted Bird (3) (tracks: 1 to 6, 9 to 13, 15 to 19)
- Liner Notes – Antonio Ramírez
- Liner Notes [French Translation] – Anne Darnall
Recorded at Saint Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church, New York City, 7 June 1987 (Duruflé), 17 November & 10 December 1989 (Certon), 23 February 1992 (Wuorinen), and 14 June 1992 (motets).
The assistance of Richard Bouchett, Cynthia Brome, John Eargle, and Howard Stokar is gratefully acknowledged.
℗ 1993 Music & Arts Programs of America, Inc.
Made and printed in the U.S.A.
Organ: Casavant Frères (1966)
The Masses by Pierre Certon (tracks 1-6) and Charles Wuorinen (tracks 9-13) are "World Premiere Recordings".
This Recording is dedicated to the memory of Bradley Hull.
CD is packaged in a standard plastic black-tray jewel case along with a 20-page (stapled) booklet, notes in English and French, with Masses texts in Latin and translations in English and French.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 17685 07982 5
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Matrix / Runout: CD-798 <01> U.S. OPTICAL DISC