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Of all the Catholic liturgical year, the Tenebrae services of Holy Week are the most dramatic. Each Tenebrae service was a musical treasure-trove, as it required the singing of over a dozen psalms, nine lessons and nine responsories.
Even if chant formed the majority of the singing, polyphony had its place as the fantastic collections of both responsories and lamentations
from the sixteenth century prove. This program presents responsories of Victoria, lamentations of Palestrina and Allegri's "Miserere".
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Be sure to also watch Kari's pre-concert talk, available for free, by clicking hereor returning to the main page.