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Vibiana
formerly St. Vibiana's Cathedral 214 S. Main St Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-626-1507
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 3 members
Review from Jamie Beverly
Red Velvet 354 events 70 reviews

beautiful venue which allowed for the music to engulf you. The voices were amazing! I would close me eyes and just feel the music...had a great time!

reviewed Jun 27 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Janet Nelson-Alvarez
44 events 21 reviews

nothing could be finer than (on a mild and lovely early CA summer eve)hearing this wonderful collective of brilliant musicians in the beautiful setting of Vibiana, with its amazing acoustics. If you get the chance to hear them, do go! (and you...continued

reviewed Jun 27 2012 report as inappropriate
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Description

The concert is a survey of Renaissance polyphony for four and eight voices over the course of a liturgical year. With the complete Mass for four voices based on the rhapsodic cantus firmus Ave regina caelorum — the antiphon to the Magnificat during Lent — by Palestrina as the focal point, we traverse the year with settings of the remaining Marian antiphons and other motets, all for eight voices, by Lassus, Victoria, Guerrero, and Gabrieli. The beautiful chiaroscuro of Lassus’s setting of the title motet, Omnia tempus habent, rounds out the program.

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina: _Missa Ave regina caelorum a 4

Orlandus Lassus: Omnia tempus habent a 8

Omnes de Saba venient a 8

Salve regina a 8

Alma redemptoris mater a 8

_*Tomas Luis de Victoria*: _Regina caeli laetare a 8

_*Francisco Guerrero:* _Regina caeli laetare a 8

_*Giovanni GabrieliL* Jubilemus singuli a 8

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