Michel Richard De Lalande - Two Great Motets For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Two Great Motets For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra
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Complete your Michel Richard De Lalande collection. Chorus: Magnificentiam Gloriae, Chorus: Et Virtutem Terribilium. Recitative: Memoriam Abundantiae (Bass). Recitative And Aria: Miserator Et Misericors Dominus (Soprano). Chorus: Confiteantur Tibi, Domine. Motet: Nisi Dominus (Psalm 126). Sinfonia, Duet: Nisi Dominus Aedificaverit Domum (Tenors).
These two French baroque motet types are also very distinct from the medieval motets of Dufay and renaissance motets of Lassus, and the German motet style of J. S. Bach. The French motet type was also connected to, and determined by, the occasion and venue; whereas the grand motet was cultivated at Versailles, the Chapelle royale; the petit motet - unless accompanying a larger event, could also be for private often domestic devotions. The motet Versaillais, which reached its apex under the talent of Michel-Richard de Lalande, is characterized by its unprecedented length (Lully's Te Deum, for instance, has over 1200 bars) and a sectional structure that incorporates the alternation of a grand choeur with a petit choeur composed of (at least) four soloists.
Michel Richard Delalande - Chorus: Sicut Sagittae; Small Chorus: Beatus Vir (2 Sopranos); Chorus: Beatus Vir; Chorus: Gloria Patri; Chorus: Sicut Erat mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now Michel Richard Delalande's video clip of album "Two Great Motets For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra".
Also known as De Lalande, Delalande, Gottfried Henrich Stolzel, M-R. Delalande, M. R. Richard De Lalande, . Delalande, Michel Richard De Lalande, Michel-Richard de La Lande, Michel-Richard De Lalande, Michel-Richard Delalande. Two Great Motets For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra.
Lalande, Michel Richard de. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Volume 1 (unless otherwise noted, chorus is SATBarB, and orchestra includes flutes, . full orchestra) 1. Benedictus Dominus Deus meus. S 44 (soprano, alto, baritone, mixed chorus (SATBarB), orchestra (flutes, strings, . ) 2. Confitebor tibi in consilio. S 56 (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, bass, mixed chorus (SATBarB), orchestra (flutes, strings, . ) 3. O Filii et Filiae. S 52 (2 sopranos, alto, tenor, baritone, mixed chorus (SATBarB), orchestra (oboes, strings, .
Michel Richard Delalande (15 December 1657 – 18 June 1726) was a French Baroque composer and organist who was in the service of King Louis XIV. He was one of the most important composers of grands motets. He also wrote orchestral suites known as Simphonies pour les Soupers du Roy and ballets. Also, at least four collections of his works exist, each displaying different looks at composer's work as viewed by the people who assembled each collection. Scholarship of Delalande's work was for many years hindered because of inconsistencies in the spelling of his last name: de Lalande, Lalande, la Lande, de la Lande, and others. The family wrote the name as 'Delalande'.
Michel Richard Delalande (1657 ? June 18, 1726) was a prolific French Baroque composer and organist who was one of the most important composers of so-called grand motets, of which he wrote almost 80. He also wrote orchestral suites known as "Simphonies pour les Soupers du Roy", or in an alternative spelling of the time, simply "Symphonies". Delalande taught music to the daughters of Louis XIV of France, and was director of the French chapel royal from 1714 until his death at Versailles in 1726. Delalande was arguably the greatest composer of French grands motets, a type of sacred work that was more pleasing to Louis XIV because of its pomp and grandeur, written for soloists, choir and comparatively large orchestra. According to tradition, Louis XIV organized a contest between composers, giving them the same sacred text and a time to compose the musical setting.
And that's where Michel-Richard de Lalande came in; one of four composers appointed to his Majesty after a talent competition, Lalande became a royal favourite and prospered at court for over 43 years, long after Louis' death.
Classical Store . Michel-Richard Delalande . Lalande: Grands Motets. 10 De profundis clamavi ad te Domine (Bass-baritone, Chorus). Hi-Res (24 bit) £. 2. One of the great composing figures from the French Baroque, Michel-Richard de Lalande is starting to receive his just dues through modern recordings, and Glossa is happy to unveil a new release featuring Olivier Schneebeli directing Les Pages et Les Chantres du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles in three of Lalande’s sumptuous grands motets.
Les Pages & Les Chantres, Olivier Schneebeli, Collegium Marianum. Michel-Richard de Lalande: Grands Motets. Quoniam Deus magnus Dominus. Michel-Richard de Lalande. Les Pages & Les Chantres, Collegium Marianum, Olivier Schneebeli. 4. Quoniam non repellet. 5. Quoniam ipsius est mare. Hodie si vocem ejus audieritis. 9. Quadraginta annis.
|Motet: Exaltabo Te, Deus Meus Rex (Psalm 144)|
|Small Chorus: Exaltado Te, Deus Meus Rex (2 Sop.) / Chorus: Per Singulos Dies|
|Aria: Magnus Dominus (Contralto)|
|Duet: Generatio Et Generatio (Tenor And Bass)|
|Chorus: Magnificentiam Gloriae / Chorus: Et Virtutem Terribilium|
|Recitative: Memoriam Abundantiae (Bass)|
|Recitative And Aria: Miserator Et Misericors Dominus (Soprano)|
|Chorus: Confiteantur Tibi, Domine|
|Motet: Nisi Dominus (Psalm 126)|
|Sinfonia / Duet: Nisi Dominus Aedificaverit Domum (Tenors)|
|Chorus: Nisi Dominus Custodierit Civitatem|
|Aria: Vanum Est Vobis (Bass)|
|Trio: Vanum Est Vobis (Sop., Contralto, & Bass)|
|Aria: Cum Dederit Dilectis (Contralto)|
|Chorus: Sicut Sagittae; Small Chorus: Beatus Vir (2 Sopranos); Chorus: Beatus Vir; Chorus: Gloria Patri; Chorus: Sicut Erat|
|XWN 18784||Michel Richard De Lalande*||Two Great Motets For Soloists, Chorus And Orchestra (LP, Album)||Westminster||XWN 18784||US||1958|
|LDE 3053||Michel Richard Delalande||Deux Grands Motets (LP)||Erato||LDE 3053||France||Unknown|