The atmosphere in the room is now extraordinarily numinous. I notice that some of the other people in the room, hitherto unaware, are now seated on the floor in lotus-posture and attentive to what is going on.
Urbs Jerusalem (3 versets) Sheet Music by Jean Titelouze
Now the Christ statue begins to peel open from the top. The statue peels completely away to reveal a newborn, black and white striped gazelle, glowing with a golden aura. I awake in the knowledge that I have just witnessed a divine and momentous birth. These works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4. Verset No. Ave Maris Stella: II.
Ave Maris Stella: IV. Ave Maris Stella: V. Canzone Francese seconda. Fantasia a 4 sopra anchor che col partire Arr.
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Sy de beaute vous estiez moins parfaitte. Urbs Jerusalem beata: I. Urbs Jerusalem beata: II. Urbs Jerusalem beata: III. Four-voice polyphony is employed throughout the collection. The music is much more forward-looking than in the Hymnes  see Example 2 for an excerpt from one of the inversion fugues.
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Although French organs already had colorful solo stops at the time, Titelouze did not use them. According to the prefaces of both collections, he was concerned with making his pieces easier to play and playable by hands alone.
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Titelouze goes as far as suggesting, in the preface to Hymnes , to alter the music if it is too difficult to play. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Conditor alme siderum.
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