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This motet is originally written for 2 equal voices, with an organ accompaniment not required (see the score MeF 1702). The version with three mixed voices was made by adapting the left hand part of the organ into a part for male voice



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...



Esteban Salas (Esteban Salas y Castro) (1725-1803) is considered as the most representative pioneer and author of the Latin American baroque. He studies the violin, organ, counterpoint, composition and plain singing (he is a soprano) in Havana....


F. de la Tombelle

This Stabat Mater Dolorosa composed between 1911-1912 and lasting 12 to 15 minutes, alternates the stanzas sung by the choir and those sung in psalmody. Fernand de la Tombelle, very sensitive to access to music for all, wrote a simple, fluid...



This motet for three mixed voices (Soprano, Alto, Baritone), organ and violin ad libitum was composed in 1916 in his house in Chessy in Seine and Marne, near Paris, where André Gedalge and his wife very often came. Author of treatises on...



This work is originally written for 3 male voices and organ. Here it is transposed for 3 mixed voices to allow you to appreciate the already asserted style of Gabriel Fauré, when he was only 24 years old when he wrote it. The original version...



Motet for three mixed voices with figured continuo basso. This prayer is used during Holy Week and more specifically on Good Friday and the Way of the Cross procession. We worship you, O Christ, and we bless you, You who, by your cross,...



Composed in 1885, this motet (opus 22) by Vincent d'Indy serves passages from psalm 95-96: "Sing to the Lord a new song". He alternates an antiphon sung by the choir and short verses by soloists. The obligatory organ accompaniment is very clear...



A traditional carol with a joyful and simple music. Written for three mixed voices (Sop, Alt, Men), the different verses are treated with 3 different easy structures to allow a varied and lively dialogue.