Gillies Jullen, Antoine Brumel, Eustache de Caurroy, Pierre Robert - Chartres: Sacred Concert In The Cathedral mp3 album
Singer: Gillies Jullen. Title: Chartres: Sacred Concert In The Cathedral. STE 50 248. Antoine Brumel, Gilles Jullien, Eustache Du Caurroy, Pierre Robert - Ensemble Vocal Stéphane Caillat. Antoine Brumel, Gilles Jullien, Eustache Du Caurroy, Pierre Robert - Ensemble Vocal Stéphane Caillat - Concert Sacré En la Cathédrale De Chartres (LP).
Chartres Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres (French: Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres), is a Roman Catholic church in Chartres, France, about 80 km (50 miles) southwest of Paris and is the seat of the Diocese of Chartres. Mostly constructed between 1194 and 1220, it stands at the site of at least five cathedrals that have occupied the site since Chartres became a bishopric in the 4th century. It is in the Gothic and Romanesque styles.
Antoine Brumel (c. 1460 – 1512 or 1513) was a French composer. He was one of the first renowned French members of the Franco-Flemish school of the Renaissance, and, after Josquin Desprez, was one of the most influential composers of his generation. Little is known about his early life, but he was probably born west of Chartres, perhaps in the town of Brunelles, near to Nogent-le-Rotrou, making him one of the first of the Netherlandish composers who was actually French.
That places the music in the category of real finds. For reasons that are imperfectly understood, the Office for the Dead or requiem mass was seldom set polyphonically during the Renaissance, and the few examples that do exist show recognizable chains of influence. The two masses here, by Pierre de la Rue and Brumel, date from perhaps around 1500 and have the gloomy, low-voiced Requiem of Johannes Ockeghem in the background.
MIDI file by Pierre Gouin. Montréal: Les Éditions Outremontaises, 2013. Creative Commons rcial . These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection, and are also included in the Folop Viol Music Collection. For 3 Viols (Lanoiselée). Complete score (Tn(B) B B) - . 5MB, 2 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 193 ⇩ - Marc Lanoiselée. PDF typeset by arranger Marc Lanoiselée (2012/6/4).
Chartres Cathedrale Notre Dame, Chartres. glise catholique, Lieu de culte.
There is also a CD of the de la Rue Requiem by Ensemble Officium. IMHO The Clerks' Group performance is easily superior, and I've found that most listeners, hearing the two blind, agree. Officium produces a huge, resonant, glorious choral timbre (perhaps with a little studio resonance added) but at the cost of a "generalized" quality both of tuning and of expression.
Antoine Brumel was a French composer. He was one of the first renowned French members of the Franco-Flemish school of the Renaissance, and, after Josquin des Prez, was one of the most influential composers of his generation. Brumel was at the center of the changes that were taking place in European music around 1500, in which the previous style of highly differentiated voice parts, composed one after another, was giving way to smoothly flowing, equal parts, composed simultaneously.
|A2||–Antoine Brumel||Motet "Ecce Panis Angelorum"|
|A3||–Antoine Brumel||Motet "Mater Patris Et Filia"|
|A4||–Eustache Du Caurroy||Te Deum|
|B1||–Pierre Robert||Grand Motet "Nolite Me Considerare"|
|B2||–Gilles Jullien||Suite in the Seventh Mode|
- Chorus – Chorale Stéphane Caillat
- Chorus Master – Stéphane Caillat
- Orchestra – Orchestre De Chambre Jean-François Paillard
- Organ – Marie-Claire Alain, Marie-Louise Girod
|STE 50 248||Antoine Brumel • Gilles Jullien • Eustache Du Caurroy • Pierre Robert - Ensemble Vocal Stéphane Caillat||Antoine Brumel • Gilles Jullien • Eustache Du Caurroy • Pierre Robert - Ensemble Vocal Stéphane Caillat - Concert Sacré En la Cathédrale De Chartres (LP)||Erato||STE 50 248||France||1965|
|CC-9||Stéphane Caillat Chorale*, Jean-François Paillard Orchestra*, Stéphane Caillat, Marie-Claire Alain, Marie-Louise Girod||Stéphane Caillat Chorale*, Jean-François Paillard Orchestra*, Stéphane Caillat, Marie-Claire Alain, Marie-Louise Girod - Chartres: Sacred Concert In The Cathedral (LP)||Musical Heritage Society||CC-9||US||Unknown|