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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...



In line with Offenbach's operettas, this "omelet round" presents a cooking recipe that is as absurd as it is indigestible. The style is offset, cheerful and full of humor. Léo Delibes was only 23 years old when he composed L'OMELETTE A LA...



- O! Genty, joly verre (Dubuisson) - Combien de fois avec mon verre - Bon vin (J-B Bousset) - Profitons des bienfaits (Bodin de Boismortier) - Que ferons-nous, amis ? (Bouteiller) - Je ne veux plus dormir (Dornel) - C'est dans la saison de...


Original Spirituals

  Turn back Pharaoh’s army (1872)  Nobody knows (1874)  Did you hear my Jesus ? (1874)   Shout All Over God's Heaven (I got a robe) (1915) Were you there ? (1899/1937) Steal away (1872/1882/1915)   Swing low, sweet chariot (1874)  I’m going to do...



This polyphonic a cappella mass was first published in 1699, while Campra was still music master at Notre-Dame de Paris. It is the only known mass (with the exception of his Requiem); In this composition, André Campra plays with rhythms...



A set of 16 duets to be sung either by soloists or small choirs, from different composers and styles. Nicolas Renier : De tous les cris (S-B) Marc-Antoine Charpentier : Domine fac salvum (S-A + B.C.) Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre : Printemps (S-A...



A suite for choir and piano from the most famous tunes of Georges Bizet. Gathered and arranged by Natalia Raykher, these tunes take us away in a whirlwind of extracts from Carmen, the Arlesienne, the Waltz for choir where the performers and...



MeF 859 - Claude Debussy: Two songs of Charles d'Orléans (1898 version). Claude Debussy's (1862-1918) "Deux Chansons de Charles d'Orléans" composed in April 1898, foreshadows the famous "Trois Chansons" that were to be published in 1908. If this...



Twelve songs arranged for 2 voices with piano accompaniment. They song some episodes of French History or illustrate a character as well as imaginary or real heroes. Without any particular difficulties, these childhood songs are intended for...