Secular music

Secular music

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C. VERCHER

Fable by Alfred Jarry (1873-1907) in which a tin can falls in love with a lobster, finding in its way many similarities ... On a surrealistic poem, here is music that is connected to the text humorous athmosphere.

€1.71

C. VERCHER

Extract from Romances without words. The voices dialogue to express the text in turn. A song about voice, music and poetry. I guess through a whisper The subtle outline of ancient voices

€1.33

C. VERCHER

The sky is standing above the roof So blue, so calm ... On a poem written by Paul Verlaine while he was in jail in Belgium. A simple music, harmonically rich, giving a role to each voices.

€1.71

J. BERTHIER

This work (one of the composer's rare secular pieces) is one of the last compositions by Jacques Berthier. It was written for an amateur Parisian choir on a poem by Patrice de la Tour du Pin, a friend of the composer. Jacques Berthier wanted...

€1.71

C. ZUMEL

The food and drink songs are still as relevant today! Following, among others, Leonard Bernstein who sang cooking recipes, here is that of Paella de vermicelli, a traditional Spanish dish. César Zumel, composer and choirmaster, was born in 1970....

€1.33

C. VERCHER

A composition in which voices interact with each other on a text by a Catalan poet who died too early from tuberculosis (he was just thirty years old). Joan Salvat Papasseit collaborated in the anarchist press and is considered as an...

€1.71

C. VERCHER

 A 4-voice round, which served for the 2018 Festi'choeur days, in memory of the end of the First World War.• Intended to be sung by a large number of participants (flashmob), it is simple to learn. Step by step, breaks all boundaries ......

€1.71

D. COSAERT

Composed for the choral workshop Festi'chœur 2018 in Bailleul (France) and Kemmel (Belgium), this work for 4 mixed voices and piano (required) is in memory of the First World War. It says peace, war, cold and hope. The piano is a real player...

€2.56

D. COSAERT

A variation between jazz and contemporary music, on the first lines of the finale of Beethoven's 9th symphony. Hymnus refers to the European Anthem but only keeps a short extract (Freude schöner Götterfunken ...) and uses the onomatopoeias of...

€1.33