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Ces Musiques Du Fond Des Ages Import

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  • Compositeur: Compositeurs divers
  • CD (29 janvier 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Harmonia Mundi
  • ASIN : B00000I52B
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Disque : 1

  1. Musique De La Grece Antique : Anakrousis. Orestes Stasimo
  2. Fragments Instrumentaux De Contrapollinopolis
  3. 1er Hymne Delphique A Apollon
  4. Plainte De Tecmessa
  5. Papyrus Wien 29825
  6. Hymn Au Soleil
  7. Hymne A La Muse
  8. Hymne A Nemesis
  9. Papyrus Michigan
  10. Aenoi Nefelai
  11. Epitaphe De Seikilos
  12. Pean. Papyrus Berlin 6870
  13. Anonymi Bellermann
  14. 1er Ode Pythique
  15. Papyrus Oxyrhynchus 2436
  16. Hymne Chretienne D'oxyrhynchus
  17. Homero Hymnus
  18. Papyrus Zenon. Cairo Fragment
  19. Terencio. Hecyra 861
  20. Poem. Mor 1, 11f. Migne 37, 523
  21. 2e Hymne Delphique A Apollon
  22. Papyrus Oslo A/B. Epilogos-Katastrophe

Disque : 2

  1. La Musique De La Bible Revelee : Psaume 23 ''L'eternel Est Mon Berger''
  2. Benediction Sacerdotale
  3. Psaume 24 ''A L'eternel Appartient La Terre''
  4. Cantique Des Cantiques
  5. Psaume 6
  6. Lamentation
  7. Psaume 133
  8. ''Ecoute Israel'' (Deuteronome Vi, 4)
  9. Psaume 150 ''Alleluia !''
  10. Elegie De David
  11. Psaume 122 ''Je Suis Joyeux Lorsqu'on Me Dit...''
  12. Psaume 123 ''Vers Toi J'eleve Mes Regards...''
  13. Esther
  14. Le Buisson Ardent

Disque : 3

  1. Alleluias Et Offertoires Des Gaules : Alleluia Sancte Michel Defende Nos
  2. Alleluia Non Vos Relinquam
  3. Offertoire : Scapulis Suis
  4. Alleluia Ego Sum Pastor
  5. Alleluia Martinus
  6. Offertoire Martinus Igitur
  7. Alleluia Oculis
  8. Alleluia Candor. Alleluia Concussum Est
  9. Offertoire Stetit Angelus. Alleluia Confitebor

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HASH(0x91611ec4) étoiles sur 5 Three CDs with Music from Earlier Millenia 10 mars 2009
Par Leslie Richford - Publié sur
Ces musiques du fond des ages. Music from the Earliest Times. 3 CD box containing:
1. Musique de la Grèce antique (Ancient Greek Music). Fragments and reconstructions. Performed by Atrium Musicae de Madrid, dir. Gregorio Paniagua. Recorded in June 1978, first published as an LP in 1979. Total playing time: 52'39".
2. La Musique de la Bible Révélée (The Music of the Bible Revealed). Texts from the Hebrew Bible as they may have been performed in the Temple at Jerusalem. Reconstructed by Susanne Haik-Vantoura after notations found in Hebrew manuscripts. Performed by Adolphe Attia, tenor; Michel Scherb, barytone; Emile Kacmann, bass; choirs directed by Maurice Benhamou; Martine Géliot, celtic harp; Raymond Cousté, lute; Gérard Perrotin, percussion; Pierre Pollin, trumpet. With Susanne Haik-Vantoura. Recorded in November 1975 and first published as an LP in 1976. Total playing time: 38'40".
3. Alleluias et Offertoires des Gaules (Alleluias and Offertories of the Gauls). Pre-Gregorian chant from the 5th through 9th centuries reconstructed and sung by Iegor Reznikoff. Recorded in 1979 and first released as an LP in 1980. Total playing time: 51'33".

These three CDs, re-released in a box in 1999, represent Harmonia Mundi's excursion into the world of truly ancient music. The oldest of the recordings is that made by a group of singers directed by Susanne Haik-Vantoura claiming to represent the music of the Hebrew Bible. It is impossible for me to make any kind of pronouncement on the authenticity of this material, I can only report that the notes claim that old Hebrew manuscripts contain a kind of musical (= vocal) notation which Mme. Haik-Vantoura has managed to decipher and then combined with certain verbal instructions on Hebrew singing to provide reconstructions of what old Hebrew singing might have sounded like in the post-Davidic temple. It seems to me that there are a lot of question-marks hanging over the whole proceedings, but the actual recording is in some respects convincing, although I can imagine that the Hebrews were also capable of a lot more joyful singing than the somewhat sombre chant to be heard here. The performers are obviously influenced to some extent by synagogue traditions. Nonetheless, this is a rare insight into music which had been forgotten for thousands of years. The playing time of merely 38 minutes is very short for a re-release.

Gregorio Paniagua's reconstruction of ancient Greek fragments taken from manuscripts and illustrations is apparently quite authentic, and rests on thorough scientific research. Unfortunately, the CD version reproduced here only contains brief notes and no texts at all, making listening an even more perplexing task than it would have been with copious introductions. The music is definitely "weird", and this is not only a consequence of interpreting Greek music as atonal, but also, perhaps, a result of Paniagua's decision to cast his interpretation in a sad mould to reflect his sadness at the lack of surviving Greek music. Obviously, much of what can be heard here is speculative, and the use of percussion, in particular, may not to be everyone's taste. However, the analogue recording is, as with all of Paniagua's discs, absolutely superb, allowing one to hear every detail.

Iegor Reznikoff's reconstruction of pre-Gregorian chants from Gaul is a highly subjective, meditative work in Latin. Reznikoff chants the pieces unaccompanied (except possibly for an occasional note that sounds like it could be from a harp) and it requires a good deal of concentration to immerse oneself in these strange-sounding, slow and very religious texts.
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