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Alleluia Tulerunt Dominum Meum, a paraphrase of a Biblical text set as a motet by Luigi Giovanni da la Palestrina, is taken from where Mary discovers the empty tomb and addresses “the Gardener.” This passage has ben set by a number of composers, Gombert, Di Lasso, and Praetorius among them, but one does not need to know the text to enjoy the remarkable five-part imitative counterpoint so characteristic of Palestrina.

Alleluia Tulerunt Dominum Meum for brass sextet is unpublished and available for $18.00 for hard copy, or $15.00 for the pdfs

It is also available as a brass quintet, found on my Brass Quintets page


Alleluia Tulerunt Dominum Meum is not recorded as a sextet, and the mP3 is of a live recording of a brass choir performing this arrangement.

Alleluia Tulerrunt - Palestrina/ arr. R. Volkmann
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