MeF 1768 - Henry DUMONT : CANTATE DOMINO for 4 mixed voices and Basso Continuo.
This motet is written under the form of a polyphonic dialogue between 4 soloists (or a small choir) and a (large) choir.
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MeF 1767 - Henry Dumont: Panis angelicus, motet for 4 mixed voices and basso continuo.
The motets for 2,3 or 4 voices were published when Henry Dumont was still the organist of the Saint-Paul church in Paris.
They are representative of a new...
MeF 632 - Juan del Encina (1468-1533) : Canciones des Palacio - 3 love songs for a cappella mixed choir.
A suite of three villancicos (love songs) joined together in an ensemble celebrating love and the beloved.
Without any particular...
This simple and clear music, without real vocal difficulty, is part of a set of "Saluts brefs", the first three of which belong to the same manuscript.
Salut bref #1 : O Salutaris Hostia MeF 1723
Salut bref #2 : Ave Maria MeF 1724...
Here is an exceptional vocal piece by Fernando Sor, spanish composer from the beginning of Romanticism in the 19th century and best known for his music for the guitar.
This motet alternates passages sung by the choir and those sung by...
How not to fall in love with this hymn composed by Fernand de la Tombelle!
This composer is to be rediscovered! His music is elegant, subtle and delicate.
The AVE VERUM met with great success at the beginning of the 20th century and remains...