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Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Une fête chez Rabelais: Chansons et pièces instrumentales (1994)

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Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Une fête chez Rabelais: Chansons et pièces instrumentales (1994)

Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Une fête chez Rabelais: Chansons et pièces instrumentales (1994)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 276 Mb | Total time: 58:33 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Harmonia Mundi | # HMX 290840 | Recorded: 1994

Founded in Paris in 1978 the Ensemble Clément Janequin devotes itself principally to the secular and religious music of the Renaissance. Its interpretations of the Parisian chanson are regarded as authoritative, and recordings of works like Les Cris de Paris, Le Chant des Oyseaulx, Fricassée Parisienne and La Chasse have brought back to life one of golden ages of French music. Now available to a wide audience, the music of Janequin, Sermisy, Anthoine de Bertrand, Costeley, Roland de Lassus and Claude Le Jeune illustrates the contrasts in which the Renaissance took such delight…

Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Josquin Desprez: Le Septiesme Livre de Chansons (2020)

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Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Josquin Desprez: Le Septiesme Livre de Chansons (2020)

Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Josquin Desprez: Le Septiesme Livre de Chansons (2020)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 317 Mb | Total time: 61:14 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Ricercar | # RIC423 | Recorded: 2020

2021 sees the 500th anniversary of the death of Josquin Des Pres, the most celebrated composer of his day. Dominique Visse and the Ensemble Clément Janequin are recording a selection of his chansons from one of the most important editions of his works, Tylman Susato’s Septiesme livre de Chansons published in 1545. This edition bear witness to the diversity of Josquin’s chanson writing, but above all to the melancholy and sorrow so present in his works, and is clearly a tribute, as is also evident in the two Déplorations on his death, Musæ Jovis by Nicolas Gombert and O mors inevitabilis by Hieronymus Vinders. This recording endeavours to present a Josquin legacy, a post mortem illustration of his chanson œuvre, in remembrance of his musical genius.

Dominique Visse & Ensemble Clément Janequin - Josquin Desprez: Septiesme livre de chansons (2021)

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Dominique Visse & Ensemble Clément Janequin - Josquin Desprez: Septiesme livre de chansons (2021)

Dominique Visse & Ensemble Clément Janequin - Josquin Desprez: Septiesme livre de chansons (2021)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 325 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 144 Mb | Digital booklet | 01:00:37
Classical | Label: Ricercar, Outhere Music

2021 sees the 500th anniversary of the death of Josquin Des Pres, the most celebrated composer of his day. Dominique Visse and the Ensemble Clément Janequin are recording a selection of his chansons from one of the most important editions of his works, Tylman Susato’s Septiesme livre de Chansons published in 1545. This edition bear witness to the diversity of Josquin’s chanson writing, but above all to the melancholy and sorrow so present in his works, and is clearly a tribute, as is also evident in the two Déplorations on his death, Musæ Jovis by Nicolas Gombert and O mors inevitabilis by Hieronymus Vinders. This recording endeavours to present a Josquin legacy, a post mortem illustration of his chanson œuvre, in remembrance of his musical genius. It has also enabled Dominique Visse and the Ensemble Clément Janequin to express their profound musical passion for this major Renaissance composer who has accompanied them for more than 40 years.

Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Clément Janequin: Messes (1995)

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Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Clément Janequin: Messes (1995)

Dominique Visse, Ensemble Clément Janequin - Clément Janequin: Messes (1995)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 251 Mb | Total time: 50:10 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Harmonia Mundi | # HMC 901536 | Recorded: 1994

The Renaissance French composer Clément Janequin is rightfully regarded today as a master of the chanson, of which 286 have survived. Had only the program chansons "La Bataille de Marignan" (which imitates the sounds of battle) and "Le Chant des oiseaux" (which imitates the sound of birds) survived today, he would still lay claim to greatness in the genre.