Ensemble Organum, Marcel Pérès - Chant Cistercien album flac
Title: Chant Cistercien
MP3 album: 1866 mb
FLAC album: 1336 mb
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Complete your Ensemble Organum, Marcel Pérès collection. referencing Chant Cistercien, CD, Album, RE, HMX 2901392. This is one of the worst albums I have in my collection. This is absolutely horrendous.
Ensemble Organum Le Chant des Templiers: 2. Responsorium: Benedicat Nos Deus. Ensemble Organum, Marcel Pérès Le Chant des Templiers: I. Antiphona "Crucem sanctam". Ensemble Organum Catholic liturgy (Le Chant des Templier), XII в. (play). Ensemble Organum, Marcel Pérès Lamentation Des Femmes De Jérusalem Pendant Le Chemin De Croix.
Marcel Pérès (born 15 July 1956, Oran, Algeria) is a French musicologist, composer, choral director and singer, and the founder of the early music group Ensemble Organum. He is an authority on Gregorian and pre-Gregorian chant. Pérès was born into an Algerian family of Spanish origin which was repatriated to France. He grew up in Nice, where he sang at the cathedral and was organist at the Anglican church
Ensemble Organum is a group performing early music, co-founded in 1982 by Marcel Pérès and based in France. Its members have changed, but have included at one time or another, Josep Cabré, Josep Benet, Gérard Lesne, Antoine Sicot, Malcolm Bothwell. They have often collaborated with Lycourgos Angelopoulos and are influenced by Orthodox music. The group mainly focuses on the performance of music from the Middle Ages, including Beneventan, Old Roman, Gallican, Carolingian and Mozarabic chants.
Ensemble Organum sings this repertoire with conviction and simplicity. The voices are obviously well trained and the intonation and ensemble are excellent, but the vocal quality is unmannered and direct, ideally suited to the self-effacing aesthetic appropriate for music not intended for performance, but as an act of worship within a close-knit community. The recording was made in the wonderfully resonant 900-year-old Abbey of Fontevraud and effectively conveys the vastness of the acoustical space without sacrificing clarity.
|1||Pater Cum Essem Cum Eis||4:40|
|2||Alleluia "Fuit Homo Missus A Deo"||3:38|
|3||Alleluia "Inter Natos Mulierum"||3:51|
|4||Propter Nimiam Caritatem||3:29|
|Répons De Matines Pour La Fête De Saint Bernard|
|6||Prima Virtus Viri Sancti||3:10|
|8||In Timore Dei||5:59|
|10||Accepit Vir Sanctus||3:20|
|13||Dedit Dominus Confessionem Sancto Suo||5:24|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Harmonia Mundi s.a.
- Glass Mastered At – Sonopress – G-0079
- Choir – Ensemble Organum
- Directed By – Marcel Pérès
- Vocals – Antoine Sicot (tracks: 9), Christian Barrier, Frédéric Richard, Josep Cabré (tracks: 2, 4, 7, 10, 12), Malcolm Bothwell (tracks: 5, 6, 11, 12), Marcel Pérès (tracks: 1, 3, 8, 13), Michel Gauvain
Notesharmonia mundi s.a., Mas de Vert, 13200 Arles ℗ 1992
Made in Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3 149025 050342
- Label Code: LC 7045
- Price Code: HM 90
- Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS G-0079 / HMC901392 A1
|HMX 2901392||Ensemble Organum, Marcel Pérès||Ensemble Organum, Marcel Pérès - Chant Cistercien (CD, Album, RE)||Harmonia Mundi||HMX 2901392||France||1999|