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Joyful Company Of Singers: Francis Poulenc

Song NameComposer
La Blanche NeigeFrancis Poulenc
A Peine DefigureeFrancis Poulenc
Par Une Nuit NouvelleFrancis Poulenc
Tous Les DroitsFrancis Poulenc
Belle Et RessemblanteFrancis Poulenc
MarieFrancis Poulenc
LurieFrancis Poulenc
Ave Verum CorpusFrancis Poulenc
Salve ReginaFrancis Poulenc
Exultate DeoFrancis Poulenc
De Tous Les Printemps Du MondeFrancis Poulenc
En Chantant Les Servants S'elancentFrancis Poulenc
Aussie Bas Que Le SilenceFrancis Poulenc
Toi Ma PatienteFrancis Poulenc
Riante Du Ciel Et Des PlanetesFrancis Poulenc
Le Jour M'etonne Et La Nuit Me Fait PeurFrancis Poulenc
La Menace Sous Le Ciel RougeFrancis Poulenc
LiberteFrancis Poulenc
Salut, Dame SainteFrancis Poulenc
Tout Puissant DieuFrancis Poulenc
Seigneur, Je Vous En PrieFrancis Poulenc
O Mes Tres Chers FreresFrancis Poulenc
La Blanche Neige (De Grandes Cuillers De Neige)Francis Poulenc
La Bonne NeigeFrancis Poulenc
Bois MeurtriFrancis Poulenc
La Nuit, Le Froid, La SolitudeFrancis Poulenc
O Magnum MysteriumFrancis Poulenc
Quem Vidistis PastoresFrancis Poulenc
Videntes StellamFrancis Poulenc
Hodie Christus Natus EstFrancis Poulenc

A gloriously beautiful choral offering for the Poulenc Centenary year; the perfect introduction to his music and one that truly celebrates the human voice. While no other CD duplicates the programme exactly, all the music is justly familiar. The earliest works are the Sept Chansons of 1936, hailed as comparable to the finest madrigals of Monteverdi. His masterpiece is perhaps the wartime Figure Humaine, written in preparation of when liberation could be celebrated with the majestic climax of the final Liberte. Contemporary with this is the chamber cantata Un Soir de Neige, contrasting the bleak coldness with the peace of Christmas. Among the many delights of this beautiful programme are Poulenc's most popular choral pieces, the four Christmas Motets, tranquil and joyful by turn, and the Four Little Prayers of St. Francis of Assisi, written for monks to sing. His last motet, for female voices, was the exquisite Ave verum corpus of 1952.

Item code: 6538C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart
Choral | A Cappella | Mixed | England
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