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Joan Cererols

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Joan Cererols (9 September 1618 – 27 August 1680) was a Catalan musician and Benedictine monk. His musical production includes a Requiem (or Missa pro defunctis) composed in the mid-seventeenth century during the great plague which ravaged Barcelona, and a ...

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Biography

Joan Cererols (9 September 1618 – 27 August 1680) was a Catalan musician and Benedictine monk. His musical production includes a Requiem (or Missa pro defunctis) composed in the mid-seventeenth century during the great plague which ravaged Barcelona, and a Missa de Batalla (Battle Mass) which celebrates the conquest of the Kingdom of Naples.

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Serafin, que con dulce armonia for 8 voices and continuo (feat. Nuria Rial, The Harp Consort & Andrew Lawrence-King)
Serafin, que con dulce armonia for 8 voices and continuo (feat. Nuria Rial, The Harp Consort & Andrew Lawrence-King)
Serafin, que con dulce armonia for 8 voices and continuo (feat. Nuria Rial, The Harp Consort & Andrew Lawrence-King)
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Et incarnatus est - from Mass on the 4th tone
Et incarnatus est - from Mass on the 4th tone
Et incarnatus est - from Mass on the 4th tone
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La Xantria, Bérengère Sardin, Dani Espasa, Pere Lluís Biosca & Joan Cererols
Three Marian Anthems ('To the Monserrat Virgin')
Three Marian Anthems ('To the Monserrat Virgin')
Three Marian Anthems ('To the Monserrat Virgin')
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La Xantria, Carles Vallès, Dani Espasa, Pere Lluís Biosca & Joan Cererols
Missa de Batalla [a 12]
Missa de Batalla [a 12]
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