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The Spirits of England and France, Vol. 2: Songs of the Trouvères CD, Import

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Page Artiste Christopher Page

Détails sur le produit

  • CD (6 juin 1995)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000002ZVL
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Pastourelle: Je chevauchai
  2. Grand chant: Desconfortez, plains de dolor
  3. Estampie
  4. Grand chant: Quant define fueille et flor
  5. Dansa: Donna pos vos ay chausida - Anonymous
  6. Grand chant: De bien amer grant joie atent
  7. Pastourelle: Quant voi la fleur nouvele - Anonymous
  8. Grand chant: Delerousement comence
  9. Balade: Un chant novel
  10. Grand chant: Cil qui d'amours
  11. Estampie
  12. Descort: La doce pensee
  13. Dansa: Amors m'art con fuoc am flama - Anonymous
  14. Jeu Parti: Assenes chi, Grievilier - Adam De La Halle
  15. Pastourelle: Por conforter mon corage
  16. Estampie
  17. Grand chant: Fins cuers enamoures
  18. Chanson de tiole: Au novel tens pascor

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Stunning (if imbalanced) performances 3 mars 2010
Par Maddy Evil - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As far as the performances alone on this CD go, I can only quote a reviewer from the American Record Guide: 'This is quite simply the best recording ever of the Trouvère literature.' Both fans of and newcomers to Gothic Voices will be delighted by these interpretations, where 5 singers each take it in turn to perform examples, mostly unaccompanied, of the various Trouvère genres. Particularly noteworthy are the contributions from Rogers Covey-Crump, who is at his most sensuous on this disc, and Margaret Philpot, who ranges from the wistful to the declamatory. Similarly, you will be hard-pressed to find more intelligent and competent renderings of the estampies (MS du Roi), here played by Pavlo Beznosiuk (solo fiddle).

As always with Gothic Voices, the musicological justification for these performances is very strong. Yet whilst every performance decision here could be substantiated with evidence, it has to be said that the overall result is not entirely honest. Whereas the sparsity of documents referring to 'singing and playing' in 'High Style' Troubadour repertory (chansons, planhs, etc) enabled Christopher Page to adopt a rigid 'discontinuity' disclaimer (i.e. is the 'playing' simultaneous with, or subsequent to, the 'singing'...? Voices and Instruments of the Middle Ages: Instrumental Practice and Songs in France 1100-1300, London, 1987, p.19]), the larger frequency of such references to 'singing and playing' in Trouvère repertory forced him to concede that, in all likelihood, Trouvère 'High Style' chansons (grand chants) were sometimes accompanied by vielle/fiddle (p.30ff). So could we not have had just one 'High Style' chanson accompanied as such by Pavlo Beznosiuk...? Similarly, the overwhelming majority of descriptions of 'Lower Style' genres primarily as accompanied songs (by Page's own admission) leaves me wondering why he directed "a cappella" performances of a descort (track 12), a chanson de toile (track 18) and a pastourelle (track 15), especially as the first two of these (tracks 12 and 18) are the only examples of their respective genres on this recording, and the pastourelle (track 15) not only mentions a flute ('frestel') but also singing and playing ('chantoit et notoit').

So in short, this recording must be warmly recommended, but with the proviso that the listener realises this is not the complete picture of Trouvère song. Alongside other equally engaging performances, however, (with Trouvère High Style songs sometimes accompanied by one harp or vielle, e.g. Lo Gai Saber - Camerata Mediterranea / Joel Cohen [Erato 2292-45647-2] or The Unicorn - Anne Azema [Erato 4509-94830-2]), it is an invaluable contribution to our understanding of how this repertory might have sounded.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Triumph of the Trouveres. Buy It! 6 janvier 2006
Par B. Marold - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
'Songs of the Trouveres' in the 'The Spirits of England and France' series by the Gothic Voices, directed by Christopher Page is one of the better 'early music' recordings I have bought and heard.

The Trouveres were wandering performers in France who wrote and performed 'grand chant' songs in the vernacular. In contrast to liturgical and other devotional music, this was the 'soap opera' entertainment of the day, as this genre was all about 'a protracted meditation on the fortunes of loving'.

This group features one of the very few 'stars' of early music performances, the soprano Emma Kirkby who only appears on two tracks, accompanied by either percussion or medieval lute.

This recording does justice to this series, Gothic Voices, and Hyperion.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gothic Voices are the best!!!!!!!! 27 avril 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've got "The Medieval Romantics: French Songs and Motets 1340-1440" by Gothic Voices and it's great! It's on hyperion label and made in England if your interested.
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