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The Cardinall’S Musick Byrd Edition /Vol.13: Infelix Ego

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  • Interprète: The Cardinall'S Musick
  • Compositeur: William Byrd
  • CD (18 février 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Hyperion
  • ASIN : B003097AD8
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Venite, exsultemus domino
  2. Domine, non sum dignus
  3. Visita quaesumus, domine
  4. Domine, salva nos
  5. Haec dies
  6. Cunctis diebus
  7. Gaudeamus omnes . sanctorum omnium
  8. Timete dominum - venite ad me
  9. Iustorum animae
  10. Beati mundo corde
  11. Deo gratias
  12. Afflicti pro peccatis nostris
  13. Cantate domino
  14. Laudate dominum, omnes gentes
  15. Infelix ego

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Hyperion has done Byrd proud.There is and has been much to praise,and at a time when early music ensembles are finding it increasingly difficult to get concerts or make records, the commitment of singers and label alike is a cause for gratitude,perhaps even optimism. congratulations to all concerned. Editors Choice GRAMOPHONE AWARDS 2010 RECORDING OF THE YEAR. --Fabrice Fitch,Gramophone ,April 2010

The group's delivery is a sensual delight, as an individual singer's colours will flash up in polyphonic lines,then pool together with others in homophony. the polish of this disc's engineering matches the quality of its performances and the seriousness of its scholarly intent. performance **** recording ***** --BBC Music magazine ,march 2010

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HASH(0xa2e84060) étoiles sur 5 Superb conclusion to Byrd's Latin music 28 mars 2010
Par DR P. Dash - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
First, my credentials for reviewing this. Though I can't claim to have the critical ear or musical knowledge of Mr. Bruno by a long shot, I do love Renaissance choral music and have an extensive collection of over 150 CDs of the genre, including everything the Tallis scholars published, the complete works of Thomas Tallis by the Chapelle du Roi, Ludford, Fayrfax etc. etc. and have listened to all of them many times. I have all the other CDs in this wonderful Byrd series except the masses, because I have two other performances of them. I have listened to this newest release four times, including after listening sequentially to all the other Byrd CDs in the series, and I have a hard time hearing what Mr. Bruno is referring to in his criticism of the disc. I find the performances on a par with the other discs. I think their performance of the Infelix Ego is comparable to that of the Tallis Scholars, which can be found as an appendage on their disc of Byrd's masses. If you're a fan of this music, I wouldn't hesitate a mouseclick to get it.
My only disappointment was I thought at first this was going to be the last in the series. However, it turns out this is only the last CD of Byrd's Latin church music. There is still his English choral music which I believe they are going to continue to record, or at least they promised this on the first disc in the series, where they said the Byrd series would conclude with The Great Service.
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HASH(0xa2cb1fc0) étoiles sur 5 Insight 9 septembre 2010
Par Mrs. N. Fishburn - Publié sur
Format: CD
I disagree completely with the review by Bruno. Listen to this disc on good playback equipment (and that does not mean an expensive MP3 player) and your investment will be rewarded.

What you have here is the culmination of an understanding that is greater than the sum of it's parts. The voice parts are well balanced (although on poor playback equipment such as MP3 players, the sound is weighted towards the sopranos) and allowed equal room to breathe. The melody dances clearly between one voice part to another and the tuning is consistently first class. The highlight of the disc is the title track and Carwood clearly understands the demands that the music makes both on the singer and of the listener - and he undoubtedly challenges the listener with a reading that is invigorating and arresting in equal measure. Of all the recordings out there of this music, Carwood and his singers produce what is undoubtedly the cream of the crop. It simply does not get any better than this.

The series was conceived by Sanctuary records and has been completed by Hyperion, and the earlier hope of including the English music will not, in all probability, be realised. Having said that, Carwood and his group have recently wrapped up a recording of a Palestrina mass with 4 organs - which will be with us in 2011. Similar diversions may allow them to revisit the remaining works of Byrd with renewed enthusiasm.

Taken as a whole, the Byrd project is a remarkable achievement and may never be equaled. Let us hope that Palestrina, Lassus, Victoria and the rest will have their day.
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HASH(0xdc2c8d04) étoiles sur 5 Getting Tired? 11 février 2010
Par Gio - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"Infelix ego", volume 13 and the newest of The Cardinall's Musick's longtern project of recording all the works of William Byrd (1540-1625), is not up to the standard set by many of the previous issues. Here are my reasons for thinking so:

1) There's too much scooping and sagging (rising to the pitch or falling off the pitch), especially among the highest voices. But then, for me, any scooping and/or sagging is too much.
2) The tenors sound "neutral". Reserved. Supportive rather than expressive. Bad news. In this music the tenor line HAS to be full of expression.
3) There seem to be too many voices on too many parts, which is surprising because the ensemble has only twelve singers here. The result is that old 'choral' sound of broad-band tuning-by-committee.
4) Besides which, there's some outright bad tuning here and there, suggesting either inadequate rehearsal or a lack of draconian attention from the conductor, Andrew Carwood.

It's hard to separate the performance from the specific music on this CD. There are surely some distinctive small pieces - some of the Propers for the Feast of All Saints (Halloween to Americans) - and the longest single piece, the title track Infelix ego, has musical profundities in it. But the whole performance seems less 'committed' and energetic than I expected from this ensemble. The standard of excellence, to my ears, was volume 10, "Laudibus in sanctis", a set of polyphonic antiphons sung so well that I tossed a wad of money at five other volumes of the series. I'm hoping they all turn out closer to V. 10 than V. 13 in quality.
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HASH(0xa277521c) étoiles sur 5 A terrific end to a fantastic series 17 mars 2011
Par Sid Nuncius - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is the final Volume (Volume 13) in The Cardinall's Musick's complete recording of Byrd's Latin church music. It has recently won the Gramophone Recording of the Year Award 2010 - one of the most prestigious awards anywhere. It is a fully deserved honour for a terrific disc.

This collection is taken largely from Byrd's Cantiones Sacrae of 1591 and is a lovely, varied selection reflecting exuberant worship, meditative reflection and the pain of exile - always close to Byrd's heart as a recusant Catholic in Elizabeth's Protestant England. Infelix ego, the final piece on the disc, is simply sublime. It is a large-scale masterpiece of compositional skill whose effect is overwhelmingly emotionally involving. Andrew Carwood calls it "one of the greatest artistic statements of the sixteenth century," and once you've listened to this performance you will be hard pressed to argue. It forms a marvellous climax to an outstanding series of recordings.

The performances are, as always from The Cardinall's Musick, simply fabulous. Technically perfect, the group show a marvellous empathy for and understanding of Byrd's music, and the combination of this and the very good recording in a resonant acoustic which complements but never blurs the sound produces something really special.

The notes are excellent and the presentation is very attractive. This is a terrific disc all round, and very highly recommended.
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HASH(0xa2cbf1f8) étoiles sur 5 Perfect recording of William Byrd. Grammophone # 1 of the year! 24 octobre 2010
Par Pete - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is a flawless recording in every respect. A must have for Byrd fans.
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