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  • Performer: Vox Nostra
  • Title: Vox Nostra
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 2012
  • Style: Prog Rock
  • MP3 album: 1427 mb
  • FLAC album: 1783 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 731
Vox Nostra - Vox Nostra mp3 album

Vox Nostra biography VOX NOSTRA was born in 2007 to combine choir vocals with progressive rock music. Hailing from Rambouillet/France keyboard player Pierre Minvielle is the mastermind. He's got a classical education on piano starting at the age of 6 and holds two masters in arrangement and orchestration. His latest project is made up by the emphasis on expressive male and female vocals which are associated with a diversified keyboard and guitar texture. They are one of the rare projects in France to sing latin lyrics

Coming up on Vox Nostra. June 23rd Organist Pablo Bruna, born this weekend 408 years ago, was left without sight after childhood smallpox, and went on to become one of the most notable organists of his region and his time.

Album · 2011 · 14 Songs. Distributed by Magnatune. See All. Vespera de Beata Maria Virgine.

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1 Anima 6:16
2 Doloris Puer 10:08
3 Vox Nostra 9:27
4 Bella 3:26
5 Mortuus Amor 15:49
6 Libera Te 11:48
7 Ubi Sumus 1:13


  • Alto Vocals – Anne Kastelik (tracks: 5 to 6), Marie-Suzanne Lacroix (tracks: 1 to 3)
  • Baritone Vocals, Keyboards, Composed By, Electric Bass, Drum – Pierre Minvielle
  • Electric Guitar – Jean-Claude Delachat
  • Soprano Vocals – Daphnée Papineau (tracks: 1), Mathilde Lamy
  • Tenor Vocals – Mickaël Drouin

Reviews about Vox Nostra - Vox Nostra (1):
This is the second album by this French band / project, led by multi-instrumentist Pierre Minvielle. Zeuhl afficionados may have crossed his name in the 80's as he was briefly playing on Eider Stellaire's second album. And so did too guitarist Jean-Claude Delachat (present on all three Eider Stellaire albums), present here on Vox Nostra. The Zeuhl connection will not stop here, as the present album could stylistically be ranked alongside Offering or Ad Vitam; there is an important choral work (soprano, tenor, alto & baritone voices are used), singing in Latin, sustained by jazz or modern classical harmonies - Debussy among other, with those typical minor seventh chords! But then of course there is on top all the rhythmic work: those obsessive ostinato patterns characterizing the Zeuhl genre, very syncopated or broken lines that especially give an extra breathe to the harmonized vocals, changes of tempi with accelerations bringing further tension, piano clusters reinforcing the darkness and urgency of the music, synthesizer textures sustaining the tension via extended chord progressions, etc... Guitarist Delachat brings extra power with a fuzzy electric guitar playing, working as a counterpoint to the vocal declamations but he also shows a lyrical side when playing some melodic lines under them, nearly like some kind of mini soloing. Besides his vocal duties, Minvielle is also playing keyboards, bass and drums, as well as composing all the music. But don't be afraid, this doesn't sound at all like those many one-man projects missing an organic character! There is here coherence, integration and competence at play and the tunes are really compelling. My last point will go to the excellent Rhodes parts, which work perfectly in combination with the vocals: pushing, intriguing, a lot of key attack raising the rhythmic force to a higher level! If you just let go and receive all playing as a whole, you'll be reaching an ecstatic state of mind, at times exhultation and the shadow of Christian Vander the singer (not the drummer) will probably pass by your ears many many times ... thumbs up, Pierre!

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