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Hieronymus Praetorius is unrelated to composer Michael Praetorius and is much less well known than his namesake. His neglect is probably due to a comparative dearth of surviving music, but this release by the vocal group Alamire under David Skinner and joined by His Majesty's Sagbutts and Cornetts, suggests that closer attention is warranted. In these motets, at least, Hieronymus was a North German counterpart to Schütz, an early adopter of the Venetian polychoral style. Like Schütz, he put his own twists on it, although ...

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  1. Dixit Dominus, motet for 12 voices (Liber Missarum)
  2. Nunc dimittis, motet for 8 voices (Cantiones sacrae 1599, No. 15)
  3. Grates nunc omnes reddamus, for organ
  4. Angelus ad Pastores, motet for 12 voices (Cantiones variae)
  5. Ecce Dominus veniet, motet for 8 voices (Cantiones sacrae 1599, No. 1)
  6. Decantabat populus, motet for 20 voices (Cantiones variae)
  7. Kyrie summum, for organ
  8. Gloria summum, for organ
  9. Laudate Dominum, motet for 8 voices (Cantiones sacrae 1599)
  10. Sanctus summum, for organ
  11. Agnus Dei summum, for organ
  12. Jubilate Deo omnis terra, motet for 12 voices (Cantiones sacrae 1607, No. 62)
  13. Ecce quam bonum, motet for 8 voices (Cantiones novae officiosae)
  14. Levavi oculos meos, motet for 10 voices (Canticum B. Mariae Virginis)
  15. Victimae paschali laudes, sequence for organ
  16. Exultate justi, motet for 16 voices (Cantiones variae)
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