Graindelavoix Bj rn Schmelzer – Confréries Devotional Songs by Jaikes de Cambrai 2013 Hi-Res 24bits – 88.2kHz

Graindelavoix Bj rn Schmelzer – Confréries Devotional Songs by Jaikes de Cambrai 2013 Hi-Res 24bits – 88.2kHz

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  • 艺术家
  • Graindelavoix
  • 发行年份
  • 2013
  • 音乐类型
  • 古典
  • 音质
  • flac lossless / flac 24bits - 88.2kHz +Booklet
  • 歌曲时长
  • 01:03:47
  • 文件大小
  • 321mb/1.08gb

01. Grant talent ai k’a chanteir me retraie
02. Haute dame, come rose et lis
03. Kant je plus pens a commencier chanson
04. Loeir m’estuet la ro?ne Marie
05. Meire, douce creature
06. O Dame, ke Deu portais
07. Retrowange novelle
08. Jamais pour tant con l’ame el cors me bate
09. Plaindre m’estuet de la bele en chantant
10. L’autrier de jouste un rivage
11. Loiaus desir et pensee jolie
12. Boine aventure ait ma dame et bon jour
13. Rose ne flor, chant d’oiseaus ni verdure
14. Chanter m’estuet de la virge Marie

For the second instalment in their trilogy of recordings for Glossa devoted to performing 13th-century music through the prisms of religious, social and political discourses and with the working practices of cathedral builder Villard de Honnecourt at its centre, Bj?rn Schmelzer and Graindelavoix demonstrate how music was reflecting the changing social environment of the times, notably through the new confraternities – the confréries – in Northern France.

As a cornerstone of his argument Schmelzer presents a seven-sectioned devotional cycle by the trouvère Jaikes de Cambrai, which the Belgian director likens to contemporary art installations and which he views as reflecting similar working practices discernible in Villard’s carnet (or portfolio). Schmelzer emphasizes the unity of Jaikes’s cycle when performed in a certain order, calling him ‘a dramaturge who connects words, emotional responses and music in a completely new way’.

Further medieval trouvère songs of almost equal modern-day anonymity for modern ears (including names such as Robert de Reins La Chièvre, Martin le Beguin de Cambrai and the Chanoine de Saint-Quentin) add to this depiction of Gothic art, suitably recorded in Braine in the Picardy region. This is a musical (and interpretative) territory which the singers and instrumentalists of Graindelavoix have made their own in recent years, delivering fragments of medieval music with new colours and fresh intuition.