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CHARPENTIER, M.-A.: Musique sacrée

CHARPENTIER, M.-A.: Choral Music (Musique sacrée) (Oxford New College Choir, Oxford Baroque, Higginbottom)

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release date: November 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Oxford Baroque

Orchestra

Edward Higginbottom

Conductor

Texas All-State Women's Choir

Choir

Robyn Allegra Parton

Soloist

Oliver Longland

Soloist

Oxford New College Choir

Choral

Venue:

Church of St. Michel and All Angels, Summertown, Oxford, England, United Kingdom

Venue

Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Summertown, Oxford, England, United Kingdom

Venue

Record Label
Novum

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 72:21
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MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER

     
 

Psalm 15, H. 230, "Conserva me, Domine"

 
1 Conserva me, Domine 05:16
2 Dominus pars haereditatis meae 04:39
3 Notas mihi fecisti 03:35
 Texas All-State Women's Choir Choir
     
 

Caecilia virgo et martyr octo vocibus, H. 397, "Est secretum, Valeriane"

 
4 Part I: Praeludium 01:32
5 Part I: Est secretum Valeriane quod tibi volo dicere (Caecilia, Valerianus) 03:20
6 Part I: Et aquis lustralibus initiatus (Chori Fidelium) 01:51
7 Part I: Acceptis autem ab angelo flosculis (Historicus I, Caecilia, Valerianus, Tiburtius) 04:49
8 Part I: O Christi fidem profitentium caelestis harmonia! (Chorus) 02:04
9 Part II: Praeludium 01:25
10 Part II: Cum autem Valeriani et Tiburtii (Historicus II, Almachius, Caecilia) 03:50
11 Part II: In his dabit mihi Christus dulce refrigerium (Caecilia, Almachius) 03:45
12 Part II: Heu, nos dolentes! (Chorus, 2 Angels) 03:56
13 Part II: Nolite flere fideles (Angels) 03:45
14 Part II: Eya ergo Caecilidae, cantemus, jubilemus, et exultemus in victoria Caeciliae! (Chorus) 04:14
 Robyn Allegra Parton Soloist
 Oliver Longland Soloist
     
 

De profundis, H. 189

 
15 Prelude 01:38
16 De profundis clamavi 05:03
17 Fiant aures tuae 05:11
18 Quia apud te 03:00
19 A custodia matutina 02:21
20 Et ipse redimet 01:26
21 Requiem aeternam 05:41
 Texas All-State Women's Choir Choir
     
 Edward Higginbottom Conductor


Marc-Antoine Charpentier has been hailed as France’s greatest seventeenth-century composer. This latest release by New College Choir shows you why. In the oratorio Caecilia virgo et martyr (H397), the composer tells in vivid emotional detail the story of St Caecilia, her faith and martyrdom. With an equal level of intensity he marks the death of Queen Marie-Thérèse in the grand motet De profundis clamavi (H189). And at the end of his life, as music master at La Sainte-Chapelle in Paris, he sets the psalm Conserva me Domine (H230) with a rare ingenuity. Three large-scale works from three different phases in Charpentier’s life reveal with eloquence  his range and accomplishment – we need to hear more of his music! 

 

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