Olga Morales

Olga de Mar by Stefan Imielski for Solis Magazine Winter Edition 2018

Olga de Mar - Stefan Imielski Photoshoot 2017
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German Miss Aug. 2017

Olga Kaminska by Anthony Wadham  Girls

Posted by nrg at April 1, 2018
Olga Kaminska by Anthony Wadham

Olga Kaminska - Anthony Wadham Photoshoot
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Polish model

Olga Akhunova by Stefan Rappo in Tokyo  Girls

Posted by nrg at March 18, 2018
Olga Akhunova by Stefan Rappo in Tokyo

Olga Akhunova - Stefan Rappo Photoshoot 2017
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Russian model
Jordi Savall - Maestros del Siglo de Oro - Morales, Guerrero, de Victoria (2009) {3CD Alia Vox AVSA9867 rec 1991-1992}

Jordi Savall - Maestros del Siglo de Oro - Morales, Guerrero, de Victoria (2009) {3CD Alia Vox AVSA9867 rec 1991-1992}
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© 1991-92, 2009 Alia Vox | AVSA 9836 A/C
Classical / Renaissance / Sacred Music

The liturgy of the Dead – including the Requiem Mass, the Burial Service and the Office of the dead, properly speaking – was granted considerable importance by the Spanish ecclesiastical authorities and by the local church composers from very early times. Throughout the Middle Ages, according to the extant documentary descriptions, the death of a great Lord, such as the Count of Barcelona or the sovereign of any of the Spanish kingdoms of León, Castile, Aragon or Navarre, was usually mourned with impressive ceremonies in which the solemnity of the liturgy was often enhanced by the addition of the planctus, a kind of lengthy optional lament that was sung monophonically and of which several examples have survived.

Olga Kobzar by Petr Perepechenko  Girls

Posted by nrg at Feb. 28, 2018
Olga Kobzar by Petr Perepechenko

Olga Kobzar - Petr Perepechenko Photoshoot
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Paris-based model

Olga de Mar by Stefan Imielski for LIONS Magazine  Girls

Posted by nrg at Feb. 2, 2018
Olga de Mar by Stefan Imielski for LIONS Magazine

Olga de Mar - Stefan Imielski Photoshoot
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German Playmate August 2017

Olga Kobzar by Ana Dias  Girls

Posted by nrg at Jan. 31, 2018
Olga Kobzar by Ana Dias

Olga Kobzar - Ana Dias Photoshoot 2016
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Paris-based model

Olga Kobzar by Mikhail Aristov  Girls

Posted by nrg at Jan. 30, 2018
Olga Kobzar by Mikhail Aristov

Olga Kobzar - Mikhail Aristov Photoshoot 2016
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Paris-based model
Jordi Savall - Cristobal De Morales (ca.1500-1553) - Officium Defunctorum & Missa Pro Defunctis (1992) {Astree-Naive ES 9926}

Jordi Savall - Cristóbal De Morales (ca.1500-1553) - Officium Defunctorum & Missa Pro Defunctis (1992) {Astrée-Naïve ES 9926 rel 1999}
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© 1992, 1999 Auvidis / Astrée / Naïve | ES 9935
Classical / Renaissance / Sacred

Morales's five-part setting of the Requiem is one of the masterpieces of the 16th century and was actually published twice during his lifetime. The 'Missa pro defunctis' follows the customary pattern of the time. Each section begins with a unison Gregorian intonation, which then continues as a cantus firmus in the upper part as the other voices spin a polyphonic texture underneath. The work avoids obvious madrigalisms, but maintains an austere, meditative texture, which is both spiritual and moving.
Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Manfred Cordes - Morales: O Magnum Mysterium - Christmas Motets (2013)

Weser-Renaissance Bremen, Manfred Cordes - Morales: O Magnum Mysterium - Christmas Motets (2013)
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Genre: Classical, Sacred | Label: CPO | Catalog: 777 820-2

Yet another Christmas release features the Christmas vocal polyphony of Cristobal de Morales, who is regarded as the first significant Spanish composer of the Renaissance. Like most compositions for this Christian feast, his Christmas motets circulated and were performed throughout Europe, traveling far beyond Spain's borders. His archaic, mystical and expressive musical language, that one almost might term place-less and timeless, must have played a role in this dissemination. Moreover, Morales was active not only in Spanish cathedrals but also spent many years of his creative career as a papal singer in the Sistine Chapel in Rome.