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RC 0243
CHANSONS DE TROUBADOURS ET DANSES DE JONGLEURS

CHANSONS DE TROUBADOURS ET DANSES DE JONGLEURS

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Carole Matras

Soloist

Millenarium

Chamber

Venue:

Eglise Notre-Dame de Centeilles

Venue

Record Label
Ricercar

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 63:10
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CHANSONS DE TROUBADOURS ET DANSES DE JONGLEURS

     
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ANONYMOUS

1 

Dananza amorosa

4:19
     
 

THIBAUT DE CHAMPAGNE

2 

Amour me fait commencer une chanson

3:05
     
 

BERNART DE VENTADORN

3 

Can vei la lauzeta mover

5:58
     
 

ANONYMOUS

4 

Comminciamento di goia

5:18
     
 

BERNART DE VENTADORN

5 

Ben m'an perdut

6:24
     
 

GAUCELM FAIDIT

6 

Fortz causa es que tot lo major dan

11:13
     
 

BERANGUIER DE PALOL

7 

Tant m'abelis

3:00
     
 

ANONYMOUS

8 

La nova estampida real

4:42
     
 

GAUCELM FAIDIT

9 

Jamais nuill tems no.m pot re far Amors

5:55
     
10 

Lo rossignolet salvatage

8:05
     
 

ANONYMOUS

11 

Improvisation sur Quis dabit occuli mei

5:11
     
 Carole Matras Soloist


 ARS TROBAR COLLECTION Under the term of Joy, Millenarium pays homage to the nonconformism and the unbelievable refinement of the troubadours and the jongleurs, who have passed on the spirit of a music that is open to the world and perpetually renews itself. At the time of the troubadours, love of the heart was in direct opposition to sensual pleasure, for all were convinced that love and full physical satisfaction were incompatible. The result of this was the invention of platonic adultery, which at least had the merit of clearly distinguishing emotional exaltation (le Joy, as described by Chrestien de Troyes of Wolfram von Eschenbach) from sexual pleasure This album explores the misteries of the Joy through a selection of songs by Bernard de Ventadorn, Gaucelm Faidit, and Beranguier de Palol, interpolated with instrumental dances, as if it were a theatrical performance : Millenarium’s affinity with past ages does not prevent its musicians from using modern means to portray a modern and personal vision of these medival lyrics of courtly love.

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