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Bavarian Royal Wedding of 1568

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Part 3
23 February: Solemn Mass of the Blessed Trinity in the Marienkirche.
Isaac Benedicta sit Sancta Trinitas a 6 Lassus Kyrie and Gloria (Missa Surge Propera) (composed for the occasion)
Two 40 part Motets:
Striggio Ecce beatam lucem (as performed at the Banquet on 7 March, directed by Lassus, with recorders. viols, sackbuts and voices) Tallis Spem in alium nunquam habui (Composed c 1568 in emulation of Striggio) The English text ' Sing and Glorifie Heavens high Majesty ' was sung at the Banquet following the Coronation in 1616 of Charles (later Charles I) as Prince of Wales. With the text slightly amended, this ends the programme as a direct tribute to HRH The Prince of Wales and the Lady Diana Spencer
Technical presentation by MARTIN PAGE and CAMPBELL HUGHES
Producers IAN COTTERELL and HUGH KEYTE
(Stereo)

Contributors

Unknown: Isaac Benedicta
Unknown: Striggio Ecce
Unknown: Tallis Spem
Unknown: Lady Diana Spencer
Unknown: Campbell Hughes
Producers: Ian Cotterell
Producers: Hugh Keyte

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Bavarian Royal Wedding of 1568

BBC Radio 3, 29 July 1981 21.55






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