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  • Interprète: Choeur de l'Eglise St. Bride
  • Chef d'orchestre: Robert Jones
  • Compositeur: Anton Bruckner
  • CD (31 décembre 1994)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Naxos
  • ASIN : B000001415
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MOTETS

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Ce disque permet de découvrir que Bruckner n'a pas écrit que des symphonies et des messes. Ces motets sont magnifiques, les interprêtes sont inspirés, les voix fort belles et équilibrées (les voix d'hommes sont trés présentes), l'enregistrement est de grande qualité, bref, voilà un disque à recommander chaudement à tous les amateurs de musique chorale.
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Les motets de Bruckner sont rarement joués et assez peu enregistrés, contrairement à ses symphonies et à ses messes. Ils sont pourtant savamment composés par un compositeur en pleine possession de son métier et remarquablement harmonisés. Ils gagnent à être écoutés avec la plus grande attention et rappellent qu'initialement Bruckner était imprégné de musique ancienne. Ils sont ici interprétés avec toute la spiritalité nécessaire
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 not a critical listener 3 mars 2014
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No expert here. This CD is amazing - I have owned it for years, and return to it again and again for the wonderful sound and spirituality. Very pure voices. May only be 12 of them, but they sound like a choir of angels. The music is uplifting, at times sweet, at times powerful, but always pure and true.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ANGELIC BRUCKNER FVROM NAXOS 16 décembre 2013
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12-15-13 Once again, , the folks at Naxos records hit a long one with this gorgeous presentation by the Choir of St. Bride's Church, Fleet Street in "Old London Town," by presenting 15 selections of hymns, motets and graduals all brief and mostly a capella. Some, however, use the pipe organ in the church and there are also a quartet of Trombones available. This CD was recorded digitally in late January of 1994 and runs a sublime62:24. Unfortunately, as with cut-rate Naxos, the booklet is poor, this one notable for the absence of English translation of the Latin, although many of us can sort of figure what's being sung. Bruckner, in his long life, wrote three settings of the Ave Maria, the Catholic Hail Mary, and the one included here, from 1861, is his finest. To hear a men/boys choir do it, is to visit the Kingdom if but only for a few minutes, or it just seems that way. The piety and sincerity in these works and their readings by Robert Jones is breathtaking. Just some of the highlights, and their dates, are as follows. "Os Just 1879,"----"Libera me 1854,"---"Ave Maria 1861,"---"Tota pulchra es, 1868" and the magnificent "Ecce sacerdos magnus, 1885"
Two final comments-------Number !-- Why, WHY on Earth did Bruckner not write more liturgical music, he was a master of the organ and here clearly shows us his talent in vocal/choral writing, I am confused. These pieces date from 1854, the last year before his tutoring from Schecter, and 1885, his great year of the 7th Symphony and the triumphant "Te Deum," and both are so rich in beauty and melody, they leave one limb and pleasingly drained of all tension. Where arfe the bundles of Masses he should of written, instead of a trio of fine works, with the center opus being the very unique d-minor setting for choir and wind band, and no vocal soloists. This would be what I call his "Chamber Mass." My second point is as a comment. Listening to this CD , as I have countless times over the years, I can almost see the composer, especially in advanced years, kneeling in some dark, out of the way corner of his local cathedral, on his knees, whispering his latin prayers, his lips barely moving and his frame, in old age and well within the onset of "dropsy," from his congestive Heart failure that would take him at age 72, leaving the massive and valedictorian 9th Symphony unfinished despite it's epic canvas. And, as death drew near, he let friends know that perhaps his Te Deum could be used as a "finish," despite the fact that the keys relationship is, to say the least, problematic. Still, this practice is observed, occasionally. This release get an award of 5 very shinning stars, high in the Heavens, from where this music comes.
And, as always, God Bless you all and enjoy this sublime music. Tony.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 plus that annoying 4 spot for S/H 9 août 2014
Par NUC MED TECH - Publié sur Amazon.com
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08-09-2014 This Naxos CD containing Bruckner motets is one of my most treasured of all in my large collection. No clue as to when I bought it, of from where, but I haven't found a peer yet, especially for the price. Act soon, and you can have it for about $4.20 (new) of $2.25 (used) both from reputable dealers, plus that annoying 4 spot for S/H. Handling?? Sure, 10 seconds to wrap it or drop in a padded envelope and tag a sticker on it---$4.00 for that? Too bad. But, here's the music.
We lead off with a rapturous "Os justi," from 1879, with that soaring descent from the Heavens cascading it's graces upon us from the hand of God, one of the composer's finest ideas and executed in a glorious and stately tempo. "Locus iste" is dreamy, pensive and serene, dating from Bruckner's 45th year.
The 1854 "Libera me," is scored to include trombones and organ and runs a fulfilling 5:48, tying with "Ecce sacerdos," as the longest work on the disk. It traverses the text once, then repeats it with a slight increase in fervor. The sonority of the trio of trombones lends a solemn and moving atmosphere to the scene, written as a funereal piece, including a quote from the "dies irae" script found in Requiems before during and after this mid-19th Century opus was written. The "Ave Maria," is the second one of a trio by the composer, this one dating from 1861. I have heard this one, sung by a German boys choir on one of my LP's , done quite a bit lovelier than this Jones version. Here, the Brits seem too "rough" with the gently flowing and profoundly beautiful phrasing, I thought it too harsh for the "Mother of God,", remembering that, at the Nativity, Mary was only a young girl, barely old enough to bare a child, and the 2 millennium old traditional vie of her is one of extreme gentleness and tenderness, as meek as anyone who ever lived. After all, she bore Our Savior, Jesus Christ. And, I just find this take on the music a bit much. Sorry to be so fussy.
"Ecce sacerdos magnus" follows with their three trombone and an organ accompaniment to a strong, proclaimitory decree from Scripture, praising the priesthood, as a very singular and specially blessed profession. Written in 1885, it is a very mature Bruckner work, in the realm of his "Te Deum" it is accomplished and majestic as it spans a full 5:48, and represents a tribute to all priests for all-time who, forsaking all things of the world, have given themselves, we trust and pray, totally to God, and His work. Of course, some men fall, and fall badly (sex abuse, improper contact with others, financial chicanery and other sins, grievous for their offence to God, and His flock). Don't get me started!!!
The track #6 holds the motet "Vexilla regis" from 1892. the motet's text is attributed to the 6th Century poet Venantius Fortunatus, a Bishop of Potiers, France. As a hymn, it was first sung, scholars believe on November 19, 569, when a relic of the true Cross of Our Lord was sent by Emperor Justinian II to the monastery of St. Radegunda in Tours, to it's destination in Potiers. the singing of the traditional melody is done on Good Friday, when the Blessed Sacrament is carried in procession from the Tabernacle to the Church's high altar, provided, of course, the church HAS a high altar, one that hasn't been smashed into a heap of ruble by the ecstatic legions of moronic "re-newers," who reeked havoc in the post Vatican II mania. god save us! Incidentally, these towns of Potiers and Tours are the approximate locations of the famous battle of Tours in 732, when Charles Martel defeated a massive Muslim Army, and forced them back on the beginning of the 700 year ongoing "Reconquista" of Catholic Spain, completed under Ferdinand and Isabella, the bankrollers of Columbus. Sorry for the lengthy digression.
Of the remaining 9 motets, the most notable one is a very sweet and pious "Tota pulchra es, Maria," written in 1878 and featuring a tenor solo, sung here eloquently by Daniel Norman, with sturdy organ under lying the choir. This entire choral effort by the Choir of St. Bride's Church in Fleet street section of London, their newspaper hub, is magnificently sung and well recorded. It remains my principal choral reference album for Bruckner, and the measuring stick against all competition in the catalog. Founded in 1958, it contains about 12 voices, evenly split into the quartet of ranges and their blending and contrasts on this fine reading are pure enjoyment. I highly recommend this purchase, and, as I said in the beginning, act fast and get it for a "song." best wishes and God bless all, Tony. AMDG!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Heaven on Earth 29 septembre 2003
Par Ryan Kouroukis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I bought this cd because I wanted these motets all on one disc. Too bad for the other Ryan who put this disc away. The recording is of the highest I have ever heard from Naxos, and which helps even more is that it is recorded in a church (with fantastic acoustics), and sung by the church's own professional choir. It feels as if Bruckner has authorized this himself. The sounds that emerge are clean, clear and beautifully gorgeous. When I first listened to them, I really couldn't believe what I was listening to. I had to stop what I was doing because these motets moved me so much and to the greatest heights that I couldn't believe these sounds were created for the human ear! I also have Jochum doing them, and have heard the Matthew Best recordings but these spoke to me in such a way that I thought that I was listening to miracles! From what I know these are the only complete motets available on one disc. Experiencing these pieces is like being cleansed from all impurities. I seriously urge you to invest in this disc. (I hope the other Ryan reconsiders)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Naxos does it again . . . 11 décembre 2001
Par D. Kim Croft - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The smaller Bruckner choral works are marvelous pieces, and despite the admiration they engender from choral affaciandos, they are underrepresented in the catalog.

In this recording, the Choir of St. Bride's Church (London) give a warm, beautiful accounting of these gems. Particularly fine is the first track, Os justi.
In my mind, the Bruckner motets are optimally performed with a larger choir; but the twelve members of the St. Bride's choir sing admirably well, and their numbers are probably more in line with the forces Bruckner actually had at St. Florian's.
Give it a try - for the price you can't go wrong . . .
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