By March 1596 Marenzio had arrived in Poland. In October of that year, he directed a Mass he’d written in the form of an “echo.”
I’m much more comfortable in a baritone’s range than a soprano’s range!
The incomparable Andrew Hinkley kindly set it to plainchant notation.
I never knew these existed until earlier today!
In this article, I examine the elusive provenance of what some have called “the most popular piece of plainsong.”
Salve Regina is still in season for another three months. You have plenty of time to learn this simple yet satisfying piece.
Potiron, Ostrowski, Bragers, Marier, Desrocquettes, Murray, and more!