Polyphony in Spanish for men's voices
  • Ally
    Posts: 224
    I am looking for suggestions for polyphony in Spanish for any combination of men's voices (up to 4 parts). Shorter works preferred, and not too difficult. Also open to ATTB.
    Any specific recommendations on Mexican polyphony for men's voices would also be helpful.
  • While not Spanish-language and perhaps pushing the envelope in terms of difficulty and length, Victoria's setting of Domine non sum dignus (TTBB) is timeless, and will impress on your students the sublimity of the Eucharist.

    (Never mind the Palestrina portrait in the video.)
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  • matthewjmatthewj
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    "This was Victoria's twin brother, Palestrina."

    Purple bold.