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Composer Heinrich Schütz is known for big sacred works that adapted the sumptuous multiple-choir style of the late Renaissance Venetian masters to the German language and the requirements of Protestant worship. His music has a remarkable, elevated quality that anticipated that of Bach a century later. The Cantiones Sacrae, Op. 4 are music of a different sort though, and until fairly recently, performances tended to be one-size-fits-all. If the Symphoniae Sacrae were Schütz's answer to Giovanni Gabrieli, the Cantiones Sacrae ...

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