• George de la Hèle: Missa Praeter Rerum Seriem

    The work here receives its world premiere, and it is worth the money and time for this alone. The performances by the properly substantial (34-voice) ensemble El León de Oro is close to an English cathedral style, with a clean, perfectly blended, rather light sound even in the more somber low-range pieces. This may be true because the conductor in the mass is Tallis Scholars director Peter Phillips, but there is no shift between the mass and the various shorter pieces directed by the choir’s founder, Marco Antonio García de Paz. These shorter pieces, by the all-but-unknown composers Pierre de Manchicourt, Nicolas Payen, and Philippe Rogier, are a distinguished group ranging from hefty two-section motets to limpid short works.

    Label: Hyperion

    Publication date: 19/04/2024

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  • Guerrero – Magnificat, Lamentations & Canciones

    The León de Oro choir, conducted by Peter Phillips and  Marco Antonio García de Paz
    Works from the composer Francisco Guerrero (1527/28 – 1599)
    Learn more about the contents here.

    Label: Hyperion

    Publication date: 05/03/2021

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  • Amarae Morti

    Amarae morti

    El León de Oro, led by Peter Phillips: Lamentations and motets by Cardoso, Gombert, Lassus, Morales, Palestrina, Phinot & Victoria.
    Recorded in September 2016 in the Church of Santiago el Mayor, Sariego, Asturias, Spain.
    Produced by Adrian Peacock.

    Label: Hyperion

    Publication date: 05/02/2019

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  • Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari: Talitha Kumi / La Passione / 8 Cori

    Rainer Trost, tenor

    Joan Martín-Royo, baritone

    El León de Oro, choir

    Oviedo Filarmonía, orchestra

    Friedrich Haider, conductor

    Label: Naxox

    Publication date: 01/02/2018

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  • Otello, G. Verdi

    The children´s choir Peques LDO participated in the recording of Verdi´s opera Otello, performed by the Oviedo Filarmonia Orchestra, conducted by Friedrich Haider and published by Naxos.

    Label: Naxos

    Publication date: 01/01/2014

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  • Portada disco Paxarines

    Paxarines, Música Para Nosotros

    Asturian music (11 songs)

    Label: Vocal

    Publication date: 01/01/2008

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  • Lux aurumque

    This is the first CD recorded by El Leon de Oro, and it was its presentation to public. It contains a selection of religious polyphony works from various time periods and two compositions of its own.

    Label: Fonoastur

    Publication date: 01/01/2003

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