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Maîtrise de Toulouse & Dominique Vellard Ensemble Gilles Binchois - Polyphonies oubliées: Faux-bourdons XVI – XIX (2014)

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Maîtrise de Toulouse & Dominique Vellard Ensemble Gilles Binchois - Polyphonies oubliées: Faux-bourdons XVI – XIX (2014)

Artist: Maîtrise de Toulouse & Dominique Vellard Ensemble Gilles Binchois
Title Of Album: Polyphonies oubliées: Faux-bourdons XVI – XIX
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Aparté / AP097
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / 24bit FLAC
Total Time: 107:16 min
Total Size: 259 MB / 1.08 GB
WebSite: Album Preview


CD1 (XVIe > XVIIe)

1. Ave consurgens aurora (versus)
2. Lumen ad revelationem (antienne) & Nunc dimittis (cantique de Siméon)
3. Credo in unum Deum
4. Mater regis angelorum (versus)
5. Nunc dimittis / Ayn apolis / Magnum nomen Domini (cantique de Siméon)
6. Litaniae B. Mariae Virginis (Litanies)
7. Miserere (psaume 50)
8. Creator omnium (versus)
9. Claudin de Sermisy (1490-1562) Magnificat du 6e ton
10. Laudate pueri (psaume 112)
11. Jean de Bournonville (1585-1632) Ave regina cœlorum (antienne)
12. In exitu Israel (psaume 113)
13. Laudate Dominum du 3e ton (psaume 116)
14. Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643-1704) De profundis (psaume 129)


1. Pange lingua (hymne)
2. Dixit Dominus (psaume 109)
3. Ave maris stella (hymne)
4. Alleluia, O filii et filiæ
5. Ave maris stella (hymne)
6. Kyrie de la Messe des morts
7. Dies iræ (séquence)
8. Omne quod dat mihi (antienne) & Magnificat du 7e ton
9. François-Louis Perne (1772-1832) Kyrie de la messe des solennels mineurs
10. Ave verum corpus (séquence)
11. Ut queant laxis (hymne)
12. Inviolata (séquence)
13. Aloys Kunc (1832-1895) Adoremus in æternum (antienne)

Ensemble Gilles Binchois - direction Dominique Vellard
David Sagastume, contreténor
François Roche, ténor
Dominique Vellard, ténor
Cyprien Sadek, baryton
Joel Frederiksen, basse
Saori Sato, orgue
Bernard Fourtet, serpent
Maîtrise de Toulouse - direction Mark Opstad

From the Middle Ages until the nineteenth century, plainchant was sung polyphonically all over Europe - in a great variety of ways. It is no exaggeration to say that for centuries it epitomized the sound of church music for congregations. Fauxbourdon was a means of solemnizing the Divine Office by embellishing the plainchant melody. This double CD featuring Dominique Vellard and the Ensemble Gilles Binchois offers a selection of this music that reflects the variety and diversity of four centuries of French polyphonic plainchant.

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tiger   User offline   21 May 2015 15:21

Thanks for MP3.

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jpablo   User offline   21 May 2015 18:29

thank you very much SDDD 9

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gibheid   User offline   21 May 2015 21:53

Thanks for the hi-def.

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