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     Paul Van Nevel
 
 

Birth: 1946

An acclaimed conductor and scholar researching and performing Renaissance and Medieval music, Paul van Nevel is particularly known as the founder and conductor of the vocal ensemble Las Huelgas. Van Nevel's passionate interest in Medieval and Renaissance music reflects his belief that modern culture, being fundamentally visual, neglects a fundamental aspect of its history. According to Van Nevel, most people who are familiar with the works of Bosch, Van Eyck, and Memling, know nothing about the music these great artists listened to. Van Nevel named his group Huelgas Ensemble after the Las Huelgas Codex, an important source of knowledge about thirteenth-century music. This codex was produced at the Cistercian convent near Burgos, Spain, the Monasterio de Santa Maria la Real de Las Huelgas. Van Nevel spends much of his time researching and transcribing early music, and many of his transcriptions have been published by the German firm of Barenreiter. Among his scholarly publications are a monograph on Johannes Ciconia, an essay on Nicolas Gombert and Flemish polyphony, and a study of the Franco-Flemish style of Northern France during the Renaissance. In addition to leading Las Huelgas, van Nevel has appeared as guest conductor with many groups, including the Nederlandse Bach Vereniging, the Collegium Vocale Gent, and the Nederlands Kamerkoor. A lecturer at the Sweelinck School of Music in Amsterdam, he teaches prospective choir masters the principles of notation, transcription, and interpretation of early music. The recording projects conceived for Huelgas Ensemble are often associated with a particular time and place. One example is La Pellegrina, which features music which may have been used as entertainment at the wedding, in 1598, of the Grand Duke Ferdinando de Medici and Christine of Lorraine. Van Nevel has been instrumental in bringing to the public the music of many Medieval and Renaissance masters, including Agricola, Nicolas Gombert, Johannes Ciconia, and Mattheus Pipelare. Under his leadership, the Huelgas Ensemble received numerous recording prizes, including the Edison Award, the First Prize of the CD Compact Records Awards of 1991, the Diapason d'Or (twice), the de Caecilia Award, the Snepvangers Award of the Belgian Music Press, the German ECHO Prize, the Cannes Classical Award, and the French Prix in Honorem from the Academie Charles Cros.

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www.medieval.org/emfaq/performers/huelgas.html Huelgas Ensemble Discography
   
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 Alexander Agricola - 'A Secret Labyrinth' - 1999, Sony
 Antoine Brumel - 'Missa 'Et Ecce Terrae Motus'. Sequentia 'Dies Irae'' - 1990, Sony Music
 Orlando Di Lasso - 'Lagrime Di San Pietro' - 1993, Sony Classical, Vivarte
 Jacobus Gallus - 'Opus Musicum. Missa Super 'Santa Maria'' - 1994, Sony
 Huelgas Ensemble - 'Cypriot Advent Antiphons' - 1990, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi
 Huelgas Ensemble - 'Manchicourt: Missa Veni Sancte Spiritus, Motets, Chansons' - 1997, Sony Vivarte
 Huelgas Ensemble - 'Matthaeus Pipelare: Missa "L'homme Arme". Chansons. Motets' - 1996, Sony Classical
 Huelgas Ensemble - 'Tears Of Lisbon: Music Of Portugal From The Renaissance Through Today's Fado' - 1996, Sony Classical
 Michael Praetorius - 'Magnificat' - 1992, Sony
 Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck - 'The Choral Works Of Sweelinck. Volume 3' - 1990, BFO
 


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