Presented three-choir Motet Dixit Dominus by the Spanish composer Juan de Araujo. Who spent most of his live in Peru, is a beautiful example of early-baroque South American instrumental music. Although composed only 100 years later, the work shows characteristics of the Venezian school of Gebrieli from the time around 1600. To achieve a sound-diversity it is recommended to cast the choirs in different pitches.
Scores and parts
Edition Tre Fontane ETF2056