Background Image Background Image Background Image
background image

RM 1301
StarStarStarStarStar Rating
Log in to be the first to review this disc
Background Image Background Image Background Image
background image
Ramée Logo
RM 1301
Guillaume Costeley: Mignonne allons voir si la rose

Guillaume Costeley: Mignonne allons voir si la rose

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 88.2Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

Freddy Eichelberger

Performer

Reinoud van Mechelen

Performer

Nathalie Marec

Performer

Annie Dufresne

Performer

Sophie Toussaint

Performer

Jean-Christophe Clair

Performer

Bruno Boterf

Performer

François Fauché

Performer

Record Label
Ramée

Genre:

Early Music




Total Time - 71:55
background image
SELECT YOUR MUSIC FORMAT FROM THE OPTIONS BELOW*
onquestion marklosslessquestion markStudio Fileoffquestion mark 
*if you purchase a higher level format, we include the lower formats free of charge
Please Note: On Mp3 format an unavoidable click may be heard on segue track breaks, to avoid this issue please select lossless or better
 
DOWNLOADS
Buttonbooklet

Guillaume Costeley: Mignonne allons voir si la rose

     
Select Complete Single Disc for
 

GUILLAUME COSTELEY

     
1 

Mignonne, allon voir si la roze

2:24
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
2 

Chassons ennuy

2:02
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
3 

La terre les eaux va buvant

1:25
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Nathalie Marec Performer
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
     
4 

Je plains le temps

3:45
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
     
5 

Esprit doux de bonne nature

2:47
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
6 

Dialogue de l'homme et son coeur

4:06
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
7 

J'ayme mon Dieu

3:46
 Nathalie Marec Performer
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
8 

Las je n'eusse jamais pensé

1:44
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
9 

Prise du Havre

7:19
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
10 

Puisque la loy

1:41
 Nathalie Marec Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
11 

Perrette disoit Jehan

1:31
 Nathalie Marec Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
12 

Muses chantez

2:23
 Nathalie Marec Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
13 

Las je n'yray plus

5:03
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
14 

Sus debout, gentils pasteurs

3:42
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Nathalie Marec Performer
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
     
15 

Seigneur Dieu, ta pitié

5:12
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Nathalie Marec Performer
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
     
16 

Allez mes premieres amours

1:15
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
17 

Quand le berger

1:42
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
     
18 

Quand l'ennuy facheux vous prend

1:03
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
19 

Le plus grand bien

1:54
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
20 

Grosse garce noire et tendre

1:49
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
     
21 

Bouche qui n'as point de semblable

1:38
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
22 

Du clair soleil

2:47
 Nathalie Marec Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
23 

Allons au vert boccage

1:23
 Annie Dufresne Performer
 Sophie Toussaint Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
     
24 

Fantasie sur orgue ou espinette

1:40
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
25 

Venez dancer au son de ma musette

2:28
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
26 

Toutes les nuitz

1:41
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     
27 

Sy c'est un grief tourment

3:45
 Jean-Christophe Clair Performer
 Bruno Boterf Performer
 Reinoud van Mechelen Performer
 François Fauché Performer
 Freddy Eichelberger Performer
     


Guillaume Costeley was born in Normandy, most likely in Pont/Audemer, in 1530. He occupied the function of organist at the cathedral of Évreux and also became official composer to Charles IX. The status and quality of Costeley’s music warrant his place amongst the principal masters of the Late Renaissance. Although he never abandoned his contrapuntal writing, inherited from his great Franco-Flemish predecessors, his imagination nonetheless led him down paths heretofore little travelled. In spite of being an organist and church musician, it is primarily thanks to his secular oeuvre that he is recognized today, in particular to one piece: the emblematic Mignonne allons voir si la rose, written on a text by Ronsard. Guillaume Costeley composed a large number of 4 and 5part songs, some of which are descriptive (La prise du Havre), serious and moral, others of rustic content occasionally quite risqué (Grosse garce noire et tendre). Our project will draw on this varied repertoire in order to provide a portrait in sound of this great master of vocal music.

No Internal Reviews Found.

No User Reviews Found.