A Rose Magnificat Paul McCreesh, Gabrieli Consort & Players
- Kenneth Leighton (1929 - 1988):
- 1Of a rose is all my song05:55
- Thomas Tallis (1505 - 1585):
- 2Videte miraculum (Live): Videte miraculum08:59
- Peter Warlock (1894 - 1930):
- 3As Dew in Aprylle01:41
- Robert White (1538 - 1574):
- James MacMillan (1959 - ):
- 5Ave maris stella (1)04:37
- John Sheppard (1515 - 1558):
- 6Ave maris stella (2)05:03
- Owain Park (1993 - ):
- 7Ave maris stella (3)04:41
- Robert Wilkinson (1888 - 1967):
- 8Salve Regina16:17
- Herbert Howells (1892 - 1983):
- 94 Anthems to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Op. 9: No. 4. Salve Regina05:33
- Jonathan Lane (1958 - ):
- 10There Is No Rose02:51
- Matthew Martin (1976 - ):
- 11A Rose Magnificat10:24
Info zu A Rose Magnificat
Marianischer Streifzug: Paul McCreesh führt sein legendäres Gabrieli Consort durch eine musikalische Zeitreise mit Kompositionen, die der Heiligen Jungfrau Maria gewidmet sind. Auf diesem Streifzug durch die Jahrhunderte begegnet man Thomas Tallis’ Videte miraculum, John Sheppards Ave maris stella oder Herbert Howells Salve Regina. Der Trip endet im Heute, mit der Weltersteinspielung von A Rose magnificat des jungen, vielversprechenden britischen Komponisten Matthew Martin. Dieser kombinierte den Magnificat-Text mit Versen des mittelalterlichen Gedichts »There is no rose of such virtue«, dessen bekannteste Vertonung bis dato von Benjamin Britten stammt.
Paul McCreesh, direction
is the founder and Artistic Director of Gabrieli which he established in 1982 and with whom he has toured world-wide and made many award-winning recordings. McCreesh is well-known for the energy and passion that he brings to his music-making, and is especially enthusiastic about working with young musicians and broadening access to classical music; he works regularly with youth orchestras and choirs and is active in building new educational initiatives whenever possible.
McCreesh has guest conducted many of the major orchestras and choirs across the globe, including most recently the Leipzig Gewandhaus, Bergen Philharmonic, Royal Northern Sinfonia, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony, Verbier Festival orchestras, and Berlin Konzerthausorchester, whom he returns to this season to conduct Berlioz Grande Messe des Morts. McCreesh also enjoys regular and ongoing collaborations with Saint Paul and Basel Chamber Orchestras, conducting choral projects with both orchestras in 2016/17, the latter at Menuhin Festival Gstaad.
From 2013-2016 he was Principal Conductor and Artistic Adviser of the Gulbenkian Orchestra (Lisbon) with whom he conducted a wide range of music from the classical period through to the nineteenth and twentieth century, focusing in particular on symphonic repertoire, oratorio and opera in concert, working closely with the world- renowned Gulbenkian Choir. In 2016/17, McCreesh returns to the orchestra twice to conduct Elgar The Dream of Gerontius and a programme of Satie, Saint-Saëns and Beethoven featuring Gautier Capuçon.
McCreesh has established a strong reputation in the opera house and has conducted productions at the Teatro Real Madrid, Royal Danish Opera, Opera Comique, Vlaamse Opera and at the Verbier Festival. In 2015/16 he conducted Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Bergen Opera, and returned to Vlaamse Opera for a production of Idomeneo.
In 2011 McCreesh launched his own record label, Winged Lion, in collaboration with the Gabrieli Consort & Players, Signum Classics and the Wratislavia Cantans Festival, where he was Artistic Director between 2006 and 2012. To date they have made seven recordings, most recently Handel L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, released in 2015. Other highlights include Britten War Requiem (BBC Music Magazine Award 2014), Mendelssohn Elijah (Diapason d’Or Award 2013), Berlioz’s gargantuan Grande Messe des Morts (BBC Award 2012), and a reworking of his earlier Gabrieli disc, A New Venetian Coronation 1595 (Gramophone Award 2013). The Winged Lion recordings build on his large catalogue of recordings with Deutsche Grammophon, which includes the Gramophone Award-winning Haydn Creation.
are a choir and period instrument orchestra founded and led by Artistic Director Paul McCreesh. We perform and record great choral, vocal and instrumental repertoire from the renaissance to the present day for the widest possible audience, cultivating an international reputation for excellence, innovation and ambition. Our mission is to educate the public, in every sense – to be standard bearers for the highest quality of performance, to explain, illustrate and illuminate the guiding principles behind our performance ideals and to offer first-class performance opportunities to young people through our bold and ambitious education programme, Gabrieli Roar.
Gabrieli’s interpretations strive to recreate the original performances of musical works as far as possible, in the belief that historical performance ideals and knowledge of the old world are essential for creating music anew. We seek to engage with and to explore the links between music from all periods. Through lively music-making, committed research and the production of ground-breaking recordings, Gabrieli’s mission is to challenge common and accepted perceptions of classical music, and to re-invigorate and innovate in order to sustain the relevance of these great pieces of art in the twenty-first century.