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E. CHAUSSON

Ernest Chausson is better known for his melodies and less for his choral pieces. Dying too early from a bicycle accident, he just did few scores for the choirs. This Ballata, written in1897, is a cappella work dedicated to a quartet "les petits...

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G. FAURE

This short piece for 3 male voices with organ accompaniment composed by Gabriel Fauré is exceptional in more ways than one. First of all, it is a posthumous work discovered some 30 years after the death of Fauré. In addition, it was composed when...

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A. GEDALGE

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...

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A. GEDALGE

Here is an astonishing music by a forgotten composer concerned with the melodic line and the sound envelope. Yet André Gédalge was at the Paris Conservatory the teacher of Maurice Ravel, Darius Milhaud and George Enesco. The throbbing...

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B. AUBIN

A harmonically rich music, without particular difficulties and filled by a luminous atmosphere. Bernard Aubin is a musician living near Lille. Choirmaster of several ensembles, including a Gregorian choir, his music has won awards in...

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F. DE LA TOMBELLE

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 n° 1 : O Salutaris Hostia  MeF 1723 Salut bref n° 2 : Ave Maria               MeF...

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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...

€6.16

L. DELIBES

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...

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J. OFFENBACH

The "musical buffoonery in one act" Tromb-Al-Ca-Zar or "Les criminels dramatiques" (dramatic criminals) was premiered in Paris at the Théâtre Des Bouffes-Parisiens on April 3, 1856. Although the intrigue of the booklet is weak (Near...

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SEA SHANTY

This traditional sea shanty from Morbihan is constructed as an alternation between the voices of women and the voices of men. The slightly rough harmonies sometimes recall the harshness of the swell and the work of the fishermen.  Another...

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P. LE FLEM

According to Narcisse Quélien, who collected this traditional song from sailors, this work contains more than fifteen verses and tells of the misfortunes of a boat caught in the storm. Paul LE FLEM used in a series of popular Breton songs the...

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G. BIZET

This rare piece by Georges Bizet is a posthumous work (date of composition unknown) originally published in a collection of liturgical pieces almost 15 years after his death in 1875 (he was only 36 years old!). Composed for three equal voices of...

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