Flos Florum - Italian Vespers in Bohemia (c1650)

Author: 
Nicholas Anderson

Flos Florum - Italian Vespers in Bohemia (c1650)

  • Domine, ad adiuvandum me festina
  • Assumpta est Maria in caelum
  • Dixit Dominus Domino meo
  • Assumpta est Maria in coelum
  • Maria virgo assumpta est
  • Laudate pueri Dominum
  • In odorem
  • Laetatus sum
  • Florete flores
  • Benedicta filia tua, Domine
  • Nisi Dominus
  • Mater Dei, O quam spetiosa
  • Pulchra es et decora
  • Lauda, Jerusalem
  • Tu gloria, Jerusalem
  • Ave maris stella
  • Hodie Maria Virgo coelos ascendit
  • Magnificat Sexti Toni
  • O Rosa purpurea
  • Salve Regina

‘Flos Florum’ (Flower of Flowers) is a liturgical reconstruction of a Vespers for the Feast of the Assumption. The idea is an attractive one, but the voices of The Prague Chamber Singers do not measure up, either separately or in consort, to the requirements of the music. The instrumental support is more secure.'

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