FORSAKEN: VICTORIA’S TENEBRAE RESPONSORIES
Spanish Renaissance composer Tomás Luis de Victoria’s eighteen Tenebrae Responsories, sung traditionally on the three nights preceding Easter, are among the most powerful and profound of all Renaissance sacred works. Written for the dowager Empress of Spain, they were performed annually in her private chapel, with Victoria himself singing tenor. Experience the haunting power of these dark and mystical works, sung by an authentically-sized period ensemble of twelve voices.
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