- La deploration sur la Mort d'Ockeghem Josquin des Prez (c.1450-1521) Chanson-Motet on the death of his master, Johannes Ockeghem
- Absalon, fili mi Pierre de la Rue (1452-1518) King David's Lament on the death of his son
- Iustorum animae Orlando di Lasso (1532 - 1594) Offertory Motet for the Feast of All Saints Late Renaissance Composers of the Roman School
- Dum aurora Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 - 1594) Motet for the Feast of Saint Cecilia
- Super Flumina Babilonis Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 - 1594)
- Ego sum panis vivus Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 - 1594)
- Estote fortes in bello Tomas Luis de Victoria (1548 - 1611) Motet for the Feasts of Apostles and Evangelists
- O Magnum Mysterium Tomas Luis de Victoria (1548 - 1611) English Composers of the High and Late Renaissance
- Audivi vocem Thomas Tallis (1505 - 1585) Matins Responsory for the Feast of All Saints
- O salutaris hostia Thomas Tallis (1505 - 1585)
- Gaudeamus Omnes William Byrd (1543-1623) Introit Motet for the Feast of All Saints
Sacred Choral Music Feast of All Saints and All Souls is a collection of Renaissance choral works that celebrate liturgical themes from the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls. The 11 selections span the periods known as the High and Late Renaissance (1490-1620), and come from the Franco-Flemish, Roman, and English Schools. The moods expressed include joyous celebration, pensive reflection, and dark lamentation, as the choral music reflects the Churchs prayerful engagement with the mysteries of death and the Communion of Saints.
This is the second time that Jade Music releases a work by The Saint Vincent Camerata Scholars. The album comes with extensive liner notes about the chants, the period when they were written and the choir itself. It is the third time, Jade Music partners with the choir director Fr. Stephen Concordia, O.S.B.
Franco-Flemish Composers of the High and Late Renaissance