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CARMINA BURANA - tempus transit (Millenarium)

CARMINA BURANA - tempus transit (Millenarium)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Millenarium

Ensemble

Baptiste Romain

Soloist

Thierry Gomar

Soloist

Henri Tournier

Soloist

Christophe Deslignes

Soloist

Millenarium

Chamber

Record Label
Ricercar

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 70:30
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Carmina Burana

 
1 No. 153. Tempus transit gelidum 3:50
2 No. 116. Sic mea fata 4:33
3 No. 37. Dananza Gedeonis 5:10
4 No. 73. Clauso chronos 7:25
  Millenarium Ensemble
     
 

THIERRY GOMAR

5 

Improvisation aux percussions

1:36
 Thierry Gomar Soloist
     
 

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6 

Carmina Burana

5:39
  Millenarium Ensemble
     
 

HENRI TOURNIER

7 

Improvisation a la flute

1:02
 Henri Tournier Soloist
     
 

ANONYMOUS

 

Carmina Burana

 
8 No. 15. Celum non animum (first version) 3:43
9 No. 153. Tempus transit gelidum 3:27
10 No. 19. Fas et Nefas ambulant 2:42
  Millenarium Ensemble
     
 

BAPTISTE ROMAIN

11 

Improvisation a la viele

1:35
 Baptiste Romain Soloist
     
 

ANONYMOUS

12 

Carmina Burana

3:25
  Millenarium Ensemble
     
 

CHRISTOPHE DESLIGNES

13 

Improvisation aux orguines

3:08
 Christophe Deslignes Soloist
     
 

ANONYMOUS

 

Carmina Burana

 
14 No. 19. Caterine collaudemus 3:44
15 No. 21. Veritas veritatum (after Philippe le Chancelier) 6:37
16 No. 71. Axe Phebus aureo 2:43
17 No. 31. Vite perdite 4:41
18 No. 119. Dulce solum 5:30
  Millenarium Ensemble
     


The manuscript of the Carmina Burana (Songs of Beuren) takes its name from the library of the abbey of Beuren where it was discovered in the 19th century. It contains texts of many different origins and styles; there are love songs, songs that point a moral, political songs, religious songs and satirical songs. Millenarium here presents a first selection of these pieces in a modern version, blending their great knowledge of mediaeval performance practice with their pleasure as modern performers.

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