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Extraordinary setting of the Stabat Mater
£9.95
Gradual for Passion Sunday
£3.95
Introits, graduals, tracts etc for Ash Wednesday
£15.95
Gradual and tract for Ash Wednesday
£4.95
Introit, gradual and tract for Ash Wednesday
£4.95
Astorga: Stabat Mater
Forces: SATB solo, SATB chorus, strings and continuo

d'Astorga's beautiful setting of the Stabat Mater for SATB solo, SATB chorus, strings and continuo.

Editor: James Sanderson

Extraordinary setting of the Stabat Mater
£9.95
Durante: Litaniae Lauretanae
Forces: SATB coro, violins & continuo

Source: BL MS R.M.24.a.9.(4) (only source)

Durante's masterful a minor setting of the Litaniae Lauretanae is in three parts, and weaves a colourful picture around the words. The structure means that it is possible to perform both with choral and solo forces or with a mixture of the two.

Editor: James Sanderson

Litany of Loreto
£7.95
Leo: Graduale - Eripe me Domine
Forces: SATB & continuo

Source: BL Egerton MS 2466

Gradual for Passion Sunday.

Editor: James Sanderson

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Gradual for Passion Sunday
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Leo: Introite e Graduale per le Ceneri
Forces: SATB & continuo

Source: BL Egerton MS 2466

The complete introits, graduals, tracts etc for Ash Wednesday under the old (pre-Vatican II) rite including:

Judica me Deus;
Eripe me Domine;
Invocabit me;
Angelis suis Deus;
Scapulis suis obumbrabit tibi;
Jerusalem lætare;
Lætatus sum (minus last two verses);
Misereris omnium Domine;
Miserere mei Deus quoniam in te confidit;
Misit de cælo et liberabit me; and
Adjuva nos Deus salutaris noster.

Most suitable for liturgical or concert use.

Editor: James Sanderson

Introits, graduals, tracts etc for Ash Wednesday
£15.95
Leo: Miserere mei Deus: quoniam in te confidit
Forces: SATB & continuo

Source: BL Egerton MS 2466

The title page describes this work as being written for the Capella Reale di Napoli in 1744 (the year of Leo's death). It is not the Psalm 50 but the gradual and tract versicle for Ash Wednesday (in 1744). Divided into three sections: Miserere mei Deus, Misit de cælo (the gradual for Ash Wednesday in 1744) and Adjuva nos, Deus salutaris noster (the tract versicle for Ash Wednesday in 1744) there is real beauty in its simplicity. See also the Misereris omnium, Domine which is the 1744 introit for Ash Wednesday.

Editor: James Sanderson

Gradual and tract for Ash Wednesday
£4.95
Leo: Misereris omnium Dominum
Forces: SATB & continuo

Source: BL Add. MS 14112

This is the first piece in a collection of music for Ash Wednesday and Holy Week, written for the Royal Chapel, Naples in 1744 (the year of Leo's death). In four sections, the work provides the introit, gradual and tract for Ash Wednesday in a sublime polyphonic setting - much beautiful harmonic movement. A stunning work.

Editor: James Sanderson

Introit, gradual and tract for Ash Wednesday
£4.95
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