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SIG 206

French Sacred Music for Choir and Organ

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Ralph Allwood


Leo Popplewell


Samuel Landman

cantor

David Goode

organ

Eton College Chapel Choir



Venue:

Eton College Chapel



Producer:

Matthew O'Donovan



Engineer:

Mike Skeet



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Organ


Choir

Total Time - 69:03
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JEAN LANGLAIS

 

Messa Solennelle

18:43  
1 Kyrie 4:37
2 Gloria 4:24
 Samuel Landman cantor
3 Sanctus 1:32
4 Benedictus 2:49
5 Agnus Dei 5:21
   
 

DEODAT DE SEVERAC

6 

Tantum Ergo

2:27
   
 

PIERRE VILLETTE

7 

O Salutaris Hostia, Op. 21

2:49
8 

O Quam Amabilis Es, Op. 71

3:57
   
 

OLIVIER MESSIAEN

9 

O Sacrum Convivium

4:21
10 

Institution de l'Eucharist (Livre du Saint Sacrement)

6:22
   
 

MARCEL DUPRE

11 

Ave Verum, Op. 34 No. 1

2:48
   
 

PIERRE VILLETTE

12 

Jesu, Dulcis Memoria, Op. 78

3:34
13 

Panis Angelicus, Op. 80

3:09
   
 

FRANCIS POULENC

14 

Salve Regina

4:29
   
 

JEAN ROGER-DUCASSE

15 

Regina Coeli, No. 1 from 3 Motets

4:07
 Leo Popplewell
16 

Pastorale

12:17


Eton College Chapel Choir perform an enchanting selection of 20th Century French Choral and Organ music. As well as music by composers who were at the heart of French musical life in Paris, such as Olivier Messiaen and Francis Poulenc, this disc features works by lesser-known composers such as Déodat de Severac and Pierre Villette. The choir’s history can be charted back to the founding of Eton in 1441 by Henry VI. The present day choir is comprised of Eton students (with the occasional master), about half of whom have been choristers at cathedrals or chapels before they come to Eton for their secondary education.
 

"... this is a great program of too-seldom heard 20th century French choral works,"

Adrian Horsewood

Classical Music Magazine - November 2010



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