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Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Musique sacrée

Choir of New College Oxford, Oxford Baroque, Edward Higginbottom

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Psalm 15, H. 230, "Conserva me, Domine"  
1.1
Conserva me, Domine
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
5:16
1.2
Dominus pars haereditatis meae
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
4:39
1.3
Notas mihi fecisti
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
3:35
Caecilia virgo et martyr octo vocibus, H. 397, "Est secretum, Valeriane"  
1.4
Part I: Praeludium
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
1:32
1.5
Part I: Est secretum Valeriane quod tibi volo dicere (Caecilia, Valerianus)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
3:20
1.6
Part I: Et aquis lustralibus initiatus (Chori Fidelium)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
1:51
1.7
Part I: Acceptis autem ab angelo flosculis (Historicus I, Caecilia, Valerianus, Tiburtius)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
4:49
1.8
Part I: O Christi fidem profitentium caelestis harmonia! (Chorus)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
2:04
1.9
Part II: Praeludium
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
1:25
1.10
Part II: Cum autem Valeriani et Tiburtii (Historicus II, Almachius, Caecilia)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
3:50
1.11
Part II: In his dabit mihi Christus dulce refrigerium (Caecilia, Almachius)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
3:45
1.12
Part II: Heu, nos dolentes! (Chorus, 2 Angels)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
3:56
1.13
Part II: Nolite flere fideles (Angels)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
3:45
1.14
Part II: Eya ergo Caecilidae, cantemus, jubilemus, et exultemus in victoria Caeciliae! (Chorus)
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Robyn Allegra Parton; Oliver Longland; Guy Cutting; Patrick Edmond; David Lee; Inigo Jones; Tom Warner; Michael Alchin; Christopher Beswick; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
4:14
De profundis, H. 189  
1.15
Prelude
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
1:38
1.16
De profundis clamavi
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
5:03
1.17
Fiant aures tuae
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
5:11
1.18
Quia apud te
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
3:00
1.19
A custodia matutina
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
2:21
1.20
Et ipse redimet
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
1:26
1.21
Requiem aeternam
Marc-Antoine Charpentier; Choir of New College Oxford; Oxford Baroque; Edward Higginbottom
5:41
Total Playing Time    72:21
"The small string ensemble of Oxford Baroque plays the Praeludium with a juxtaposition of sensuousness and decorum ... the choir's interjections are fantastically articulate, with gentle use of inégales, gorgeously shaped ornamental cadences and sincere delivery of the texts." - Gramophone "With masterly direction Edward Higginbottom draws a remarkable range of tone colour from his choir with the voices blending quite gloriously and to compelling reverential effect. Praise too is due to the players of the Oxford Baroque for their unfailing support ... engineers are to be congratulated for first class sound quality: crisp, clear and well balanced. Stunningly performed by an immaculately prepared choir, this release is of the highest quality and deserves particular praise." - MusicWeb International This release by the New College Choir and Oxford Baroque under Edward Higginbottom is devoted to works by Marc-Antoine Charpentier, hailed as France's greatest 17th century composer. These three large scale works from three different phases in Charpentier's life reveal with eloquence his range and accomplishment.
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