2 edition of Latin oratorios of Marc-Antoine Charpentier. found in the catalog.
Latin oratorios of Marc-Antoine Charpentier.
H. Wiley Hitchcock
|Series||University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Mich. Doctoral dissertation series. Publication 7663|
|LC Classifications||ML410 C42 H5 1954A|
Recorded August / Production Bull Comes with a page booklet containing notes in French, English and German. It also contains the sung texts in original Latin and French plus their translations into French, English and German respectively. By c the term oratorio had come to stand for the work itself rather than the place in which it was given, and 10 years later the Latin oratorio was given definitive form in the works of Giacomo Carissimi. His style was carried to France by his pupil Marc Antoine Charpentier, but .
Charpentier dabbled in theatrical music, but the vast majority of his music was written for the Catholic church: motets (often ‘grand’ motets for huge forces), masses, cantatas and oratorios. In fact it was Charpentier who introduced the Latin oratorio – a large-scale setting of a biblical text for voices and orchestra – to France. Marc Antoine Charpentier (ca. ) wrote both secular cantatas and sacred compositions. The list of German Baroque composers is longer. Heinrich Schutz () was known for his cantatas, oratorios, and Passions; Michael Praetorius () .
Regina Coeli "Queen of Heaven" is a Latin Marian Hymn of the Christian Church. Latin text: Regina coeli, laetare, alleluia: Quia quem meruisti portare. alleluia, Resurrexit, sicut dixit, alleluia. oratorio: The golden age of oratorio: –c. Toward the midth century Giacomo Carissimi introduced a more sober type with a Latin text based on the Old Testament. His oratorios (some short, some longer) are simple and free from extravagance and make effective use of the chorus.
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If Marc-Antoine Charpentier's Latin oratorios rise up to the summits of French music of the 'Grand Siècle', they none the less remain isolated cases. At the time the oratorio was as little appreciated in France as it was extolled in Italy - where, in fact, Charpentier discovered the genre while studying with Carissimi in Rome.
Although Charpentier left little trace of his worldly existence, his music fortunately has been preserved nearly in its entirety. This book is the first comprehensive study of his approximately Le Massacre des Innocents Psaumes de David / Massacre des Innocents ; Psaumes de David Catalog Record Only The 1st-6th works are motets; the 7th is an oratorio.
The 1st work is for treble, soprano, and bass with 2 recorders and continuo; 2nd, 5th works are for mixed chorus (4 parts) with strings and continuo; 3rd-4th works are for mixed chorus (4 parts) with continuo; 6th work is for treble. The Latin oratorios of Marc-Antoine Charpentier / by H.
Wiley Hitchcock Hitchcock, H. Wiley (Hugh Wiley), [ Book, Thesis: ]. 5 In his Latin Judith sive Bethulia Liberata ofMarc-Antoine Charpentier, who had studied in Rome with Carissimi, began a series of oratorios about femmes fortes, apparently written for Madame de Guise; his work dramatized a condensed version of the Vulgate account, alternating between historicus recitative and solo or choral song.
9 This barebones oratorio retains the biblical structure of. Te Deum Prelude “By Marc-Antoine Charpentier (). For trumpet solo (in C or D, or piccolo trumpet in A) and organ accompaniment.
Baroque. Marc-Antoine Charpentier can be considered the pre-eminent French His Te Deum, of which the Prelude has become well known. MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER By H. WILEY HITCHCOCK ONE of the many reflections of the musico-dramatic orientation ofthe 17th century was the crystallization of the oratorio.
An oratorio (Italian pronunciation: [oraˈtɔːrjo]) is a large musical composition for orchestra, choir, and soloists. Like most operas, an oratorio includes the use of a choir, soloists, an instrumental ensemble, various distinguishable characters, and r, opera is musical theatre, while oratorio is strictly a concert piece – though oratorios are sometimes staged as operas, and.
Marc-Antoine Charpentier (French: [maʁk ]; – 24 February was a French composer of the Baroque era. Exceptionally prolific and versatile, Charpentier produced compositions of the highest quality in several genres.
His mastery in writing sacred vocal music, above all, was recognized and hailed by his contemporaries. Solomon’s Knot Charpentier: A Christmas Oratorio St John’s, Smith Square, 9 December In nativitatem Domini Canticum H Pastorale sur la naissance de Notre Seigneur Jésus-Christ H/b.
In a refreshing change from the usual Christmas music offering, the Solomon’s Knot Collective took us to 17th-century Paris for two of the pieces that Marc-Antoine Charpentier. Marc-Antoine Charpentier (–) introduced the Latin oratorio in France, combining Italian and French styles of recitative and air.
Latin oratorios: Jonas, Jephté, Le Reniement de saint Pierre. Composers. Giacomo Carissimi | Marc-Antoine Charpentier. Performers. Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal | Christopher Jackson | Élizabeth Baudry | + Hervé Lamy. Release date Janu.
Almost all of Charpentier’s oratorios presented biblical narratives, but, on one occasion, he turned to more recent history: “Pestis Mediolanensis” (“The Plague of Milan”), a short work. Marc-Antoine Charpentier not only originated the Eurovision Melody, rather he also made an important contribution to French sacred music from the baroque with his oratorios, motets and cantatas.
The four cantatas for the season of Christmas (CV ) are now published in first editions. “Charpentier only expands, without transforming them the schemes furnished by Carissimi.”3 As he goes on to admit later in his article it is clear from this statement that 2 Catherine Cessac, Marc-Antoine Charpentier.
Portalnd, OR: Amadeus Press,3 3Wiley Htichcock, “The Latin Oratorios of Marc-Antoine Charpentier.” The Musical.
Charpentier* – Les Arts Florissants / William Christie - Filius Prodigus / Caecilia, Virgo Et Martyr / Magnificat (CD, Album, RE, RP) Harmonia Mundi HMA. Misc. Comments.
Source: Mélanges VI, According to Grove Music, "Charpentier’s dramatic motets number They are more commonly known as oratorios – a misnomer, since they were composed as Latin motets for sacred services, not for meetings in oratories or for spiritual concerts.".
Giacomo Carissimi ( - ) and Marc-Antoine Charpentier ( - ): Latin Oratorios: Ionas; Jephte (Carissimi) / Le Reniement de Saint Pierre (Charpentier). Performed by Élisabeth Baudry, soprano; Hervé Lamy, tenor [and numerous other soloists]; Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montréal, dir.
Christopher Jackson/5(2).After Mademoiselle de Guise died inCharpentier found employment at the college Louis le Grand, where his accomplishments included the Latin oratorio David et Jonathas, a dramatic masterpiece.
His next post was at the Jesuit Church of St. Louis, where he composed music for various aspects of .