Christopher Jackson - Heavenly Spheres mp3 downloadPerformer: Christopher Jackson
Title: Heavenly Spheres
Style: Choral,Vocal Music
Size MP3 version: 1893 mb
Size FLAC version: 1933 mb
Size WMA version: 1680 mb
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Christopher Jackson - Heavenly Spheres mp3 download
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Musae Jovis for 6 voices. 2. Inviolata, integra et casta es, motet for 5 parts. 3. Motet Tulerunt Dominum meum à 8 voix. 4. Nesciens Mater Virgo Virum, for 8 voices. 5. Andreas Christi famulus for 8 voices, motet. 6. Salve Regina, motet for 4 voices (from Motets Book II). Christopher Jackson. 7. Beatus Laurentius, motet for 5 voices. 8. Omnes de Saba venient, motet for 8 voices, M. xix (S. xxi/1).
Heavenly Spheres (L'Harmonie des Sphères) is an a cappella choral album by the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal under the direction of Christopher Jackson. Recorded in 1998, it features songs from the late 15th to early 16th century. It was awarded a Félix Award from the ADISQ and was nominated for the Juno Award for Classical Album of the Year – Vocal or Choral Performance in 2000.
Christopher Cross is the self-titled debut album by Christopher Cross, released in December 1979. Recorded in mid-1979, the album was one of the early digitally recorded albums, utilizing the 3M Digital Recording System. In 1981, it won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year, famously beating Pink Floyd's The Wall and it has been noted for being one of the most influential soft rock albums of the early 1980s. All tracks composed by Christopher Cross. Say You'll Be Mine" – 2:53.
Heavenly Spheres L'Harmonie des Spheres. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. The singing of ‘Heavenly Spheres’ under C. Jackson is simply sublime. Highly recommended to all lovers of Renaissance music. The album includes performances of compositions by Nicolas Gombert, Roland de Lassus, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Josquin des Prez, and others. Recorded in 1998, it features songs from the late 15th to early 16th century The album includes performances of compositions by Nicolas Gombert, Roland de Lassus, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Josquin des Prez, and others.
michael jackson (musician) Christopher Donald Jackson 27 July 1948 – 25 September 2015 was a Canadian organist, harpsichordist and choral conductor.
|1||Musae Jovis for 6 voices||Christopher Jackson||8:23|
|2||Inviolata, integra et casta es, motet for 5 parts||Christopher Jackson||5:22|
|3||Motet Tulerunt Dominum meum à 8 voix||Christopher Jackson||5:29|
|4||Nesciens Mater Virgo Virum, for 8 voices||Christopher Jackson||3:57|
|5||Andreas Christi famulus for 8 voices, motet||Christopher Jackson||6:14|
|6||Salve Regina, motet for 4 voices (from Motets Book II)||Christopher Jackson||5:11|
|7||Beatus Laurentius, motet for 5 voices||Christopher Jackson||3:42|
|8||Omnes de Saba venient, motet for 8 voices, M. xix (S. xxi/1)||Christopher Jackson||2:27|
|9||Litaniae de beata virgine Maria, litany for 6 voices||Christopher Jackson||6:07|
|10||Vidi speciosam, motet for 6 voices||Christopher Jackson||7:11|
|11||Ascendente Jesu in Naviculam, for 6 voices, W xvi, 23||Christopher Jackson||5:28|
|12||Peccavi super numerum||Christopher Jackson||3:43|
CreditsMatthew Baird - Coordinating Producer
Dominic Beaudouin - Engineer
Paulette Bourget - Production Coordination
Alain Chenier - Engineer
Peter Cook - Digital Editing, Mastering
Francois Filiatrault - Liner Notes
Christopher Jackson - Director, Primary Artist
Anton Kwiatkowski - Audio Supervisor
Kelly Rice - Project Producer
Veronique Robert - Translation