Music for Mary and a Jesuit Requiem–Funerailles pour un grand Jésuite–

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Program: #02-48   Air Date: Dec 02, 2002

Both Marian devotions and meditations on our own passing are appropriate for the Advent season. One of the most beautiful performances from Utrecht 2002 was Le Concert Spiritual directed by Herve Niquet with the Litanies of the Virgin by Charpentier and a very rare requiem by the early Baroque composer Pierre Bouteiller.

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the ensemble

Le Concert Spirituel directed by Herve Niquet. This recording

was made on the stage of the Vredenburg Music Center as part of

the 2002 Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht with the

generous assistance of Radio Nederland.

 

For information about the Festival or other events in the Netherlands

or about Dutch culture, you may check the web site of the

Netherlands Board of Tourism:

 

www.goholland.com

 

MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER (?1645/50--1704):

--Pour plusiers martyrs, H. 361.

--Salve regina des Jesuites, H. 27.

--Motet pour la Vierge, H. 360.

--Litanies de la Vierge a 3, H. 82.

--Ave maris stella, H. 67.

 

LOUIS CHEIN (?c.1636--1694).

--Procession.

 

PIERRE BOUTEILLER (?c.1645-after 1698):

--Missa pro defunctis

 

The Litanies de la Vierge (and other works by Charpentier) have been recorded by Le Concert Spirituel on the Naxos label, CD # 8.553173

Composer Info

MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER (?1645/50--1704), LOUIS CHEIN (?c.1636--1694), PIERRE BOUTEILLER (?c.1645-after 1698).

CD Info

CD # 8.553173.

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