In an elegant presentation folder :
- Claude Debussy : Two songs MeF 859
- Natalia Raykher / Georges Bizet : Bizetissimo ! : MEF 939
- Fernand de la Tombelle : Stabat Mater MEF 1722
- Two mabookmarks
- One pencil eraser
Gift 01 : For drinking...
MeF 355 - Barbara Strozzi : Quel misero usignolo, madrigal for 4 mixed voices and Basso Continuo.
Barbara Strozzi (Venice, 1619 - Padua, 1664), Italian soprano and composer, was the adopted (and natural) daughter of the poet and librettist Giulio...
MeF 138 / traditional folk song from Flanders, for 4 mixed voices
Young lady, do not grieve, the feast of St. Anne's is coming up.
It must arrive soon, then it will pass.
Let's dance, let's jump, let's enjoy ourselves and be content.
Such a life,...
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...
MeF 635PDF - Vittoria Aleotti : Madrigal for 4 mixed voices "O dolce anima mia"
Vittoria Aleotti (circa 1573-1646)
Composer, harpsichordist and Augustinian nun from the Convent of San Vito in Ferrara .
She was one of the five daughters of Giovan...
This famous English Carol is traditionally sung in the United Kingdom and the USA. The version published here is from a collection of the Library of Congress in Washington.
The French adaptation has retained the almost naive and descriptive...
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.
This arrangement is an adaptation of the organ accompaniment written by Gabriel Faure for this famous traditional carol.
Simple and peaceful, it is easily sung by any choir planning a Christmas concert.
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One of the best known harmonizations of this traditional Christmas Carol from Béarn (Southern France) was written by Swiss composer Frank Martin in the 20th century.
This song does not evoke the baby Jesus but the three wise men (sovereign...
This Hainaut Christmas Carol has no less than 9 verses, the first five being directly linked to the birth of Christ, the next four relating to the feast of Christmas and the corresponding feasts (...). We can therefore choose the interpretation...
Fourth and last of the traditional Carols harmonized by GEVAERT. It is written on the song system with verse and chorus. Certainly one of the most developed (with "the angels in our campaigns") in terms of dialogue between voices.
Traditional Breton hymn based on the text of the 9th century from the Ave Maris Stella (we salute you star of the sea) for choir with 4 mixed voices.
The harmonization of Paul LE FLEM "recites" the text of the prayer with simplicity and...