Ensemble Providencia specializes in music of the Middle Ages. This fascinating, hypnotic album explores the evolution of medieval music on both sides of the English Channel, in England and France between the 10th and 13th centuries. What was originally chanted by monks is interpreted here by four female voices. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – TACET Musikproduktion Studio Masters. Produced by Andreas Spreer Recording: Andreas Spreer. Recorded at Abbatiale of e, May 2011, Technical equipment: TACET
The Ensemble Providencia is a vocal ensemble that specializes in music of the Middle Ages. The members of the ensemble primarily perform western polyphonic music of the 11th to 14th century and Gregorian Chant.
Anonymous, Notre Dame School : Cristus resurgens. Anonymous : Deus in Adiutorium (Manuscrit de Jean de Jasienna BJ 2464, XVe siècle).
Ensemble Providencia: Maria Andrea Parias, Sarah Richards, sopranos Stephanie Leclercq, Hanna Järveläinen, mezzo-sopranos. Ensemble Providencia - Crossing The Channel: Music From Medieval France & England (2012). The singing is extremely good and the recording excellent. This disc provides a survey of the gradual development of polyphonic music from Gregorian chant in England and France during the period from the tenth to the thirteenth centuries. The song Worldes blis begins unaccompanied, but then expands to include the whole ensemble. With the later works on this disc we enter into more familiar territory, and in the ‘motet’ Hare, hare, hye we find a drinking song of the sort encountered in such works as Carmina Burana and which David Munrow first introduced to the modern world some forty and more years ago.
The Ensemble Providencia performs music from medieval France and England from the 10th - 13th centuries. The midnight, medieval mood in the unique Romanesque church of Beaulieu sur Dordogne touches the heart even more deeply in TACET Real Surround Sound.
Crossing the Channel. Music from medieval France and England, 10th-13th century Ensemble Providencia Tacet 201. Contents: Antiphon: Christus resurgens. Conductus a3: Deus in adiutorium. Responsory organum a2: Te laudant angeli. Organum a3: Alleluia V. Nativitas. Song: Bien deust chanter.
|2||Deus In Adiutorium||2:03|
|3||Te Laudant Angeli||3:06|
|4||Alleluia V. Nativitas||7:44|
|5||Bien Deust Chanter||7:27|
|9||Salve Mater Misericordiae||2:56|
|10||Au Queer Ay Un Maus / Ja Ne Mi Repentiray De Amer / Joliettement||3:40|
|11||Hare, Hare, Hye / Balaam Goudalier / Balaam||3:24|
|13||Veine Pleine De Duçur||3:20|
|14||Qui Bien Aime / Cuer Qui Dort / Omnes||2:24|
NotesA regular non-SACD edition.
Released in a jewel-case, with forty-page booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4009850020103
- Matrix / Runout: TACET 201 P+O-A627701-A1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L963
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 3J05
- Label Code: LC 07033
|S 201||Ensemble Providencia||Crossing The Channel (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel)||Tacet||S 201||Germany||2012|