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Camille Saint-Saëns / Ensemble Vocal Martenot De Gironde - Ensemble Vocal Jihlava , Direction : P. Jirak - Orchestre Du Conservatoire De Brno , Direction : A. Podaril - Collegium Musicum D'Aquitaine , Direction : Michel Moureau - Requiem - Psaume XVIII download mp3 album

Camille Saint-Saëns / Ensemble Vocal Martenot De Gironde - Ensemble Vocal Jihlava , Direction : P. Jirak - Orchestre Du Conservatoire De Brno , Direction : A. Podaril - Collegium Musicum D'Aquitaine , Direction : Michel Moureau - Requiem - Psaume XVIII download mp3 album
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Requiem - Psaume XVIII
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1996
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Choir – Collegium Musicum D'Aquitaine, Ensemble Vocal Jihlava, Ensemble Vocal Martenot De Gironde. Conductor – Michel Moureau. Conductor – A. Podaril. Conductor – P; Jirak. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Anita Biltoo. Orchestra – Orchestre Du Conservatoire De Brno. Recorded By – Alain Fournier (4), Patrick Delecroy. Soprano Vocals – Stella Dvorackova.

Camille Saint-Saëns, Ensemble Vocal Martenot De Gironde - Ensemble Vocal Jihlava, Direction : P. Jirak - Orchestre Du Conservatoire De Brno , Direction : A. Podaril - Collegium Musicum D'Aquitaine, Direction : Michel Moureau. Camille Saint-Saëns, Ensemble Vocal Martenot De Gironde - Ensemble Vocal Jihlava, Direction : P. Podaril - Collegium Musicum D'Aquitaine, Direction : Michel Moureau - Requiem - Psaume XVIII ‎(CD, Album).

Conservatoire Camille Saint-Saëns, Dieppe, Dieppe, France. Dans le cadre des Tribunes d'orgue, venez assister au Ciné-concert Alla burlesca le mardi 10 juillet, 21h Auditorium du Conservatoire Thomas Ospital piano Entrée libre. Bienvenue sur le site de l'Académie d'orgue organisée par le Conservatoire Camille Saint-Saëns de Dieppe.

Roger Filiatrault was appointed the vocal program's first director, and teachers included Rachele Maragliano-Mori, Dick Marzollo, and Martial Singher. Around this same time the Orchestre du Conservatoire, a 65-player student orchestra, was formed. Among its directors have been conductors Raymond Dessaints, Charles Houdret, Roland Leduc, Rémus Tzincoca, and, since 1980, Raffi Armenian, the school's current director. In 1956 the school moved to facilities on Saint Catherine Street and then to larger ones at the Palais du commerce at 1700 Berri Street in 1964.

According to Camille Saint-Saëns, Charles Gounod ought to be better known for his church music than for his operas. This gives some idea of the unprecedented quality of his sacred works, to which he devoted not only his unwavering faith but also the highest degree of his musical skill. Gounod s Requiem in particular foreshadows Fauré, Duruflé and Poulenc and constitutes one of the masterpieces of the genre. On this new disc from Mirare, Michel Corboz and the Ensemble Vocal et Instrumentale de Lausanne offer insightful and reverential performances of both the Requiem and the Messe Chorale.

This intimate vocal ensemble specializes in Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music. For their spring concert, they will present a program devoted to music from Vatican manuscripts. For tickets call 574-631-2800 or performingarts.

Camille Saint-Saëns: Messe de Requiem: Kyrie. Messe de Requiem: Sanctus (op. 54) Saint-Saëns, Camille. Series: Masses, Theme: 0-miscellaneous. Orchestration: Solo sop/ten/bass+Choir SATB+Pf, Difficulty: medium. Messe de Requiem: Agnus Dei (op. Messe de Requiem: Benedictus (op. Messe de Requiem: Oro Supplex (op.

Creative Commons Attribution . Schirmer's vocal score is based on this one, which is better for performances in Latin. Durand started reprinting this score in 1870. Scantailored version of Christoph Hagemann's scan. Oratorium na Boże Narodzenie (Saint-Saëns); اوراتوریوی نوئل. Saint-Saëns, Camille. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp.

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Messe De Requiem, Op. 54
Composed By – Camille Saint-Saëns
1 Introduction Et Chœur 4:11
2 Solo Et Chœur 1:05
3 Récitatif 0:31
4 Chœur 1:32
5 Duo Soprani 4:12
6 Quatuor (Chœur D'Hommes) 4:29
7 Quintette Et Chœur 3:10
8 Sextuor 7:30
9 Air (Mezzo) 4:01
10 Final Chœur 4:32
Psaume XVIII "Coeli Enarrant", Op. 42
Composed By – Camille Saint-Saëns
11 Requiem Et Kyrie 6:40
12 Dies Irae 6:57
13 Rex Tremendae 3:37
14 Oro Supplex 4:48
15 Hostias 2:17
16 Sanctus 1:30
17 Benedictus 1:50
18 Agnus Dei 9:10

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Église Notre-Dame, Bordeaux
  • Recorded By – Radio France
  • Manufactured By – Disctronics

Credits

  • Alto Vocals – Maryelle Hostein
  • Baritone Vocals – Xavier Viton
  • Bass Vocals – François Ithurbide
  • Choir – Collegium Musicum D'Aquitaine, Ensemble Vocal Jihlava, Ensemble Vocal Martenot De Gironde
  • Conductor [Collegium Musicum Choir] – Michel Moureau
  • Conductor [Orchestra] – A. Podaril*
  • Conductor [Other Choirs] – P; Jirak*
  • Edited By – Françoise Cordey
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Anita Biltoo
  • Orchestra – Orchestre Du Conservatoire De Brno*
  • Recorded By – Alain Fournier , Patrick Delecroy
  • Soprano Vocals – Stella Dvorackova
  • Tenor Vocals – Angel Pasos

Notes

Recorded by Radio France Bordeaux-Gironde in 1996, during the 6th musical encounters betwwen french and czech musicians, ensemble and orchestras, "from the Moldau banks to Gironde banks".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM / SDRM
  • Matrix / Runout: S CAMILLE 02