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- 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...
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.
A 1972 work by composer Yvonne Desportes, one of the few women to have received the Prix de Rome (after Lili Boulanger, among others).
This music is full of energy; simple and fluid, in all the values of these terms. It demonstrates a great...
A version of "De soy mesme" for 4 mixed voices is available: MeF 216
This score can be added to the score by the same composer on another poem by Clément Marot "du mal content d'amours": MeF219
This same poem by Clément Marot was also set...
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
This work was written for the composer's son who directed the Ensemble Vocal de Neuilly, a city very close to Paris. This "motet" (or cantata?) is built up in different parts which follow one another thanks to the organ which plays an essential...