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0201-4 SACD

Crossing the Channel

Music from medieval
France and England,
10th - 13th century
Ensemble Providencia
TACET Real Surround Sound & stereo

EAN/barcode: 4009850020141

01753 Diagramm

Attention all Surround fans! The recording of music from the Middle Ages entitled "Crossing the Channel", already awarded the "Supersonic" by Pizzicato, is now also available as an SACD with a version in 5.1 (in addition to the already familiar stereo). The midnight, medieval mood in the unique Romanesque church of Beaulieu sur Dordogne touches the heart even more deeply in TACET Real Surround Sound.

Tracks

Nr.
No.
Werk - Satz
Composition - movement
Oeuvre - mouvement
Komponist
Composer
Compositeur
Künstler
Artist
Interprète
Dauer
Duration
Durée
1Christus resurgensProcessional antiphon o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
3:47
2Deus in adiutorium3-part conductus o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
2:03
3Te laudant angeliResponsory - 2-part organum o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
3:06
4Alleluia V. Nativitas3-part organum o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
7:44
5Bien deust chanterPious song o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
7:27
6Eclipsim patitur2-part conductus o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
7:40
7Ex semine3-part motet o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
2:51
8Worldes blisSong o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
7:33
9Salve mater misericordiae3-part conductus o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
2:56
10Au queer ay un maus / ja ne mi repentiray de amer / Joliettement3-part motet o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
3:40
11Hare, hare, hye / Balaam goudalier / Balaam3-part motet o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
3:24
12O labilis2-part conductus o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
1:58
13Veine pleine de ducur3-part conductus o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
3:20
14Qui bien aime / Cuer qui dort / Omnes3-part motet o. A.
Ensemble Providencia
0:00

total playing time: 61:12

See reviews for this production

SA-CD.net (09/10/2012):

--> original review. Published here by kind permission of sa-cd.net and John Broggio.

This disc of chant is hypnotic musically and stunning sonically - one of those times where Tacet just push the boundaries of multi-channel presentation to the benefit of the music.

As the absolutely first-rate notes from the Ensemble Providencia's sopranos (Maria Andrea Parias & Sarah Richards) explain, this is a varied collection of the different styles of chant & song that were present on either side of the English Channel in C10-C12. more...