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   Estel De Mar: Llibre Vermell De Monserrat



Год издания : 2009

Компания звукозаписи : Christophoru

Время звучания : 1:15:25

Код CD : CHR 77312

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Sacred Music (Master Works)      

Llibre Vermell De Montserrat

Montserrat monastery had been a well-known place for the veneration of the Virgin in the 13th and 14th centuries, also being home of the Llibre Vermell, the "Red Book", a famous collection of theological and liturgical texts as well as Marian chants in different languages as Latin, Occitan and Catalan. These very popular chants must have been destined to para-liturgical use between offices in the abbey church or in front of the church, sometimes clearly called round dances in the manuscript. Several musical influences can be found: simple pilgrim songs, plain chant, a Catalonian polyphonic tradition dating from the 11th c. as well as the quite modern style of ars nova.

The French ensemble KANTIKA presents the total amount of songs from the Llibre Vermell, even the noted prayer and litany texts which have not been performed so far. KANTIKA is specialized in liturgical music and plain chant and compared to precedents recordings, proposes a new point of view - an interpretation avoiding any exaggeration and concentrating on the magnificent female voices of the ensemble accompanied by only a few instruments.

" Estel de mar " (2009) est un programme de chants de pelerins du celebre Livre Vermeil de Montserrat, codex du XIVe siecle. KANTIKA propose une interpretation retenue, accompagnee de quelques instruments : viele, rebec, flutes ou tambourin. Les timbres typiques des chanteuses d'origines europeennes differentes rendent ce programme vivant et contraste. Ce programme a ete enregistre dans la belle acoustique de l'Abbaye Royale de Fontevraud.

Le Livre Vermeil de Montserrat se trouve encore aujourd'hui dans la bibliotheque du celebre monastere espagnol et contient l'une des plus anciennes collections de chants mariaux sur des textes latins, catalans ou occitans. Ils temoignent de diverses influences musicales : chansons de pelerins, chant gregorien et une tradition polyphonique attestee depuis le XIe siecle en Catalogne.

Un passionnant voyage dans le haut Moyen-Age sous la ferule de l'Ensemble Kantica qui propose une interpretation pleine de vie et accompagnee de quelques instruments : viele, rebec, flutes et tambourins.

Carlotta Buiatti, Marianne Miagat, Kristin Hoefener, Kadri Hunt, Helene Richer (chant), Malcolm Bothwell (viele, rebec, chant)


  Соисполнители :

Carlotta Buiatti (Mezzosoprano Voice)
Helene Richer (Soprano Voice)
Kadri Hunt (Alt Voice, Percussion)
Kristin Hoefener (Mezzosoprano Voice, Percussion)
Malcolm Bothwell (Baritone Voice, Rebab, Vihuela)


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   1 O Virgo Splendens, Canon For 3 Voices (Llibre Vermell)         0:09:09 Anonymous
   2 Stella Splendens In Monte, Virelai For 2 Voices (Llibre Vermell)         0:06:49 -"-
   3 Laudemus Virginem, Canon For 3 Voices         0:02:08 -"-
   4 Rosa Das Rosas (Cantigas De Santa Maria No. 70)         0:04:59 -"-
   5 Muito Valvera Mais (Cantigas De Santa Maria No. 30)         0:09:21 Gregorian Chant
   6 Los Set Gotxs Recomptarem         0:06:37 Anonymous
   7 Cuncti Simus Concanentes         0:03:18 -"-
   8 Virga De Lesse (Cantigas De Santa Maria No. 20)         0:04:42 Gregorian Chant
   9 Polorum Regina         0:04:42 Anonymous
   10 Mariam Matrem Virginem, Virelai For 3 Voices (Llibre Vermell)         0:07:54 -"-
   11 Inperayritz De La Ciutat Joyosa, Motet (Llibre Vermell)         0:08:11 Gregorian Chant
   12 Splendens Ceptigera         0:01:14 Anonymous
   13 Ad Mortem Festinamus, Virelai (fol. 26v)         0:06:21 -"-

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