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The ensemble Aedes began it's musical journey with Poulenc, under the impetus of conductor Mathieu Romano. Here, at the head of Les Siècles, Romano returns to the unclassifiable composer to record two of his major works. In the pious contemplation of the Litanies, here performed in the manuscript version, and the orchestral luxuriance of the Stabat Mater, spirituality is expressed through music that is lively, sensitive and even, at times, sensuous. Sculpting out every phrase and note, always at the service of the text, the ensemble and Mathieu Romano confirm their affinity with the composer's language. As an interlude Mathieu Romano has included a secular piece, O doulx regard, o parler gratieux, by the Renaissance composer Clément Janequin. The boundaries between earthly love and mystical love are thus abolished in favor of pure emotion.
The ensemble Aedes began it's musical journey with Poulenc, under the impetus of conductor Mathieu Romano. Here, at the head of Les Siècles, Romano returns to the unclassifiable composer to record two of his major works. In the pious contemplation of the Litanies, here performed in the manuscript version, and the orchestral luxuriance of the Stabat Mater, spirituality is expressed through music that is lively, sensitive and even, at times, sensuous. Sculpting out every phrase and note, always at the service of the text, the ensemble and Mathieu Romano confirm their affinity with the composer's language. As an interlude Mathieu Romano has included a secular piece, O doulx regard, o parler gratieux, by the Renaissance composer Clément Janequin. The boundaries between earthly love and mystical love are thus abolished in favor of pure emotion.
5051083190435

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Format: CD
Label: APARTE
Rel. Date: 10/20/2023
UPC: 5051083190435

Poulenc: Stabat Mater Litanies A La Vierge Noire
Artist: Ensemble Aedes
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Poulenc: Litanies à la Vierge noire, FP 82
2. Janequin: O doulx regard, o parler
3. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Stabat mater dolorosa
4. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Cujus animam gementem
5. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 O quam tristis
6. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Quae moerebat
7. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Quis est homo
8. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Vidit suum
9. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Eja mater
10. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Fac ut ardeat
11. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Sancta mater
12. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Fac ut portem
13. Poulenc: Stabat mater, FP 148 Inflammatus et accensus

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The ensemble Aedes began it's musical journey with Poulenc, under the impetus of conductor Mathieu Romano. Here, at the head of Les Siècles, Romano returns to the unclassifiable composer to record two of his major works. In the pious contemplation of the Litanies, here performed in the manuscript version, and the orchestral luxuriance of the Stabat Mater, spirituality is expressed through music that is lively, sensitive and even, at times, sensuous. Sculpting out every phrase and note, always at the service of the text, the ensemble and Mathieu Romano confirm their affinity with the composer's language. As an interlude Mathieu Romano has included a secular piece, O doulx regard, o parler gratieux, by the Renaissance composer Clément Janequin. The boundaries between earthly love and mystical love are thus abolished in favor of pure emotion.
        
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