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Motets (1921) - Motets Sur Des Thèmes Grégoriens - Song For Athene... Son numérique, SACD Hybride, Super Audio CD, Import

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  • Interprète: Norman Mackenzie
  • Compositeur: Compilation, Thomas Tallis
  • CD (18 avril 2006)
  • : Requires SACD-compatible hardware
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Son numérique, SACD Hybride, Super Audio CD, Import
  • Label: Telarc
  • ASIN : B000E6EHQI
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Disque : 1

  1. O Sacrum Convivium
  2. Song For Athene
  3. Messe En Sol Mineur : Kyrie
  4. Messe En Sol Mineur : Gloria
  5. Messe En Sol Mineur : Credo
  6. Messe En Sol Mineur : Sanctus
  7. Messe En Sol Mineur : Osanna I
  8. Messe En Sol Mineur : Benedictus
  9. Messe En Sol Mineur : Osanna Il
  10. Messe En Sol Mineur : Agnus Dei
  11. Quatre Motets Sur Des Thèmes Grégoriens, Opus 10 : Ubi Caritas
  12. Quatre Motets Sur Des Thèmes Grégoriens, Opus 10 : Tota Pulchra Es
  13. Quatre Motets Sur Des Thèmes Grégoriens, Opus 10 : Tu Es Petrus
  14. Quatre Motets Sur Des Thèmes Grégoriens, Opus 10 : Tantum Ergo
  15. Quatre Motets, Opus 20 : Help Us, O Lord
  16. Quatre Motets, Opus 20 : Thou, O Jehovah, Abideth Forever
  17. Quatre Motets, Opus 20 : Have Mercy On Us, O My Lord
  18. Quatre Motets, Opus 20 : Sing Ye Praises To Our King
  19. O Sacrum Convivium

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5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Atlanta Sym Chorus still in excellent hands. 31 juillet 2008
Par W. Chiles - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This stunning program led by Atlanta Symphony Chorus' new director, Norman Mackenzie verifies that the chorus remains in excellent hands with Robert Shaw's successor. The chamber chorus comprised of approximately 40 voices sings with the trademark diction, blend, accuracy and warm tone that were the hallmark of Shaw's choruses. This program of twentieth century works is quite moving and serious in tone; highly listenable in that they are all quite tonal, reflecting the unique styles of their various composers. The Copland Motets are perhaps the only works on the disc that suffer by comparison with the remainder of the program.

I have the SACD version of this disc which is warm, stunningly clear, reverberant but quite transparent. Having sung with a chamber chorus that recently performed the Durufle and Messiaen motets included on this compilation, it was delightful to hear them so beautifully recorded by this outstanding ensemble. I highly recommend it.
A Capella Religious Choral Music in Audiophile Sound 10 juillet 2015
Par James Yowell Yelvington - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This ultra-fidelity SACD (Super Audio Compact Disk) presents five engaging pieces of religious music by a variety of mostly modern composers, performed very well and recorded digitally via DSD (Direct Stream Digital) technology, which takes 2,822,400 one-bit samples of sound per channel per second. Though there is probably endless debate as to the merits of this technique in comparison with other recording technologies, to my subjective ear the DSD sound is very detailed and excellent overall. Of course no extreme of recording fidelity will compensate for a poor performance, and in this respect we are fortunate here to have a distinguished group of performers doing their best to bring this music to life. All in all, I think they succeed to a very high degree, and bring great-sounding music to our ears. (As the disk is a hybrid SACD, it can be played on a special SACD player for highest fidelity sound or alternatively on a regular CD player for slightly lower fidelity sound.) I listened to it on an SACD player, so my remarks apply strictly to that version, though there should be very little audible difference from the CD version.

Additional recording details: This recording was made in the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 19-21, 2005, using Schoeps and B & K microphones, with Jack Renner as recording engineer.

The music is mainly modern religious music for choral forces. It is performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Choir singing without accompaniment (a capella). The six pieces were composed by Messiaen, Tavener, Vaughan Williams, Duruflé, Copland, and Tallis, all 20th century composers except for 16th century Tallis. The religious natures of the composers are quite varied: Messiaen, Duruflé, and Tallis were Roman Catholic; Tavener began as a Presbyterian, but converted to Greek Orthodoxy; Copland was Jewish as a child, but became agnostic; Vaughan Williams was agnostic. .

The works presented are:

1 - Olivier Messiaen: O sacrum convivium. A gentle, reverential reflection on the mystical significance of the Eucharist or Communion service wherein the wafer and wine to be consumed are symbolically (or actually, according to belief) transformed into the flesh and blood of Christ. The text of this motet is from the old Latin hymn for the Feast of Corpus Christi, and the first line translates as "O sacred banquet." Messiaen's unique approach to harmony and other compositional details is apparent here.
2 - John Tavener: Song for Athene. A song in memory of a recently deceased family friend (Athene Hariades) with Alleluias interspersed with five text lines from the Orthodox Funeral Service and two (#1 and #5) from Shakespeare's Hamlet. Tavener's interest in old and non-western musical styles marks this elegiac work.
3 - Ralph Vaughn Williams: Mass in G Minor. A standard form of the Ordinary of the Roman Catholic Mass in five sections: Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei (the first section in Greek, the rest in Latin). Written for 4 solists and double mixed chorus, it is a rather large-scale work lasting nearly 24 minutes. The Sanctus is titled Sanctus-Benedictus and is subdivided into 4 parts: Sanctus, Osanna I, Benedictus, and Osanna II. It is a well-written work, satisfying both artistically and spiritually.
4 - Maurice Duruflé: Quatre motets sur des thèmes grégoriens [Four motets on Gregorian themes] sung in Latin: Ubi caritas, Tota pulchra es, Tu es Petrus, and Tantum ergo.. Like the Tavener piece, these motets look backward as to their traditional Latin texts, but are framed in more modern harmonic style.
5 - Aaron Copland: Four Motets. Texts are more or less Bible-derived, mostly from the Psalms but some from Lamentations, all presented in English: Help Us O Lord; Thou, Jehovah, Abideth Forever; Have Mercy On Us, O My Lord; and Sing Ye Praises to Our King. Though Copland regarded these short works as early exercises, written during his studies with Nadia Boulanger, they clearly demonstrate a talented and creative composer in the making, well worth the listening.
6 - Thomas Tallis: O sacrum convivium. A five-voice motet with Latin text for the Feast of Corpus Christi. This fine piece shows why Tallis was so highly regarded, both in his lifetime and on up to the present. Always linked with the church as composer and/or performer, he demonstrates his devotion in the care he takes with his works.

Musically this disk is excellent in every respect I can think of. The typography of the liner notes and back page of the case are often infuriating in their eye-squinting near illegibility, as noted by another reviewer. Telarc, please get real and offer reasonably readable notes for your fine-sounding disks!

Other than optically, I recommend this recording very highly for bringing together some very fine works of religious choral writing, performance, and recording.
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Copland, etc. Vocal/Choral Music 3 octobre 2010
Par "Bernard Rich" - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a very interesting cd recorded by the Telarc team. It was a suggested review piece in a review for a famous European Electrostatic speaker manufacturer.

I would listen to his on a system that is able to present a very large soundstage/field. Horn based (Avantgarde Duo) The vocal detail of the individual voices peeks from among the choral mass. I would say this is "mood music". It is not for everyday listening...I would also aver the guess that this would be suitable and more enjoyable over a system that has excellent pinpoint definition and excellent detailing abilities, front to back depth definition.
Otherwise, it will sound like a mass of mush, warm mush, if you will.
I would recommend it only, if it is musically your cup of tea.
One Star 21 août 2015
Par Joe - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Not to my likeing/?
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Enjoyable and Rewarding 8 juillet 2009
Par Karl W. Nehring - Publié sur Amazon.com
All of the music on this beautifully performed and recorded release is religious music, but music lovers and audiophiles should find this an enjoyable and rewarding release even if they are not devout believers. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus ranges in size from about 40 to 60 voices, depending on repertoire, and can sound big or small depending on the demands of the music.

I have long been a fan of Vaughan Williams's Mass in G Minor. Although Vaughan Williams professed agnosticism, much of his music expresses emotion and longing that sound as though they must have religious underpinnings. His Mass often gets paired with other English religious pieces, such as the Howells Requiem; it is interesting to have it included on a disc with several other pieces, and I particularly enjoy the way the producers framed to program by beginning and ending with a modern and historical setting of the same text, O sacrum convivium. All in all, this is a wonderful recording that I recommend quite highly.
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