William Byrd. The Ave Verum Corpus, a 14th century hymn that is sung during a mass’s Eucharistic consecration, is one of the most widely used. Ave verum corpus, Natum de Maria virgine; Vere passum immolatum. In crucis pro homine. Cuius latus perforatum. Unda fluxit sanguine. Esto nobis. Motet Notes. William Byrd: “Ave verum corpus”. William Byrd () was the most important British composer until Henry Purcell. A student of Thomas.

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Mozart’s version, with instruments only, was adapted by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky as one of the sections of his Mozartianaa tribute to Mozart.

Drew Collins submitted Edited to place alto in more familiar clef. It dates from the 14th century and wiliam been attributed to Pope Innocent VI.

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Westminster Cathedral ChoirMartin Baker conductor. Uploaded to CPDL server Today no composition by Byrd is performed and recorded more often than this one, partly because it is such a gem, partly because it offers such rich opportunities for expressive singing, and partly because it is technically not hard for choirs to sing.

Ave verum corpus beim Evensong: O dulcis, o pie, o Jesu, fili Mariae, miserere mei. Web page content is available under the CPDL copyright license ; please see individual editions for their copyright terms. Prayers of the Catholic Church. David Fraser submitted David Golding submitted Hail, true Body, born of the Virgin Mary, having truly suffered, sacrificed on the cross for mankind, from whose pierced side water and blood flowed: Westminster Cathedral Choir is enjoying a vintage period, and here we hear its trademark sound in al Rafael Ornes submitted From the 21st century there is a setting by the Swedish composer Fredrik Sixten.


The site is also available in several languages. Ave verum corpus at Evensong: In stark contrast his Catholic music was not heard for over years.

Ave verum corpus (Byrd, William)

In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikisource. Part Midis and Mp3s Available Editor: This page was last edited on 10 Julyat Monique Rio submitted Infusing the hallowed spaces of Canterbury Cathedral with their singing for the first time inthe Girls here join the Men of the Cathedral Choir in a sequence of anthems from Tallis and Byrd to Howells and Leighton. The programme is deftly chosen and Laudib Versions of this fantasy for orchestra [Searle ] and piano four-hands [Searle ] follow closely the second version for piano.

Musical settings include Mozart ‘s motet Ave verum corpus K.

Ave verum corpus

Ave verum corpus, natum de Maria Virgine, [2] vere passum, immolatum in cruce pro homine cuius latus perforatum fluxit aqua et sanguine: Drawn from three key periods: Andrew Sims submitted Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Not all composers set the whole text. February Total duration: For example, Mozart’s setting finishes with “in mortis examine”, Elgar’s with “fili Mariae”.

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The first of three volumes featuring The Tallis Scholars’ finest recordings, one for each decade, and each offering over five hours of the award-winning performances that helped establish Renaissance Polyphony as one of the great repertoires of we It would make william ideal gift for any lover of the tradition’ Cathedral Music ‘Bargain avs the month’ Views Read Edit View history. Dan Foster submitted Hyperion offers both CDs, and downloads in a number of formats.

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Byrd adds the following after the standard text: Winchester Cathedral ChoirDavid Hill conductor. A bar-less edition of the motet. Brian Russell submitted