Chœur du Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montréal, Christopher Jackson.
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Recorded at Chapelle du Grand Séminaire, Montréal, February 11-13, 1997. Mould SID Code: IFPI8102.
Heavenly Spheres (L'Harmonie des Sphères) is an a cappella choral album by the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal under the direction of Christopher Jackson. Recorded in 1998, it features songs from the late 15th to early 16th century The album includes performances of compositions by Nicolas Gombert, Roland de Lassus, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Josquin des Prez, and others. Christopher Donald Jackson (27 July 1948 – 25 September 2015) was a Canadian organist, harpsichordist and choral conductor. He is best known as a specialist in the performance of Renaissance music, and as the co-founder and long time conductor of the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal. Recorded in 1998, it features songs from the late 15th to early 16th century. It was awarded a Félix Award from the ADISQ and was nominated for the Juno Award for Classical Album of the Year – Vocal or Choral Performance in 2000.
Christopher Jackson and his Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal have been quietly working away up north for years; only in the late 1990s have they been making commercial recordings in a big way. Each one of these discs is better than the last: the group's Palestrina/Victoria release of 1998 and this anthology make a marvelous introduction to the a cappella sacred music of the Renaissance . The singing of ‘Heavenly Spheres’ under C. Jackson is simply sublime. Highly recommended to all lovers of Renaissance music.
The Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal is a professional early music vocal ensemble based in Montreal, Canada. The group was co-founded in 1974 by the organ and harpsichord players Christopher Jackson, Réjean Poirier, and Hélène Dugal, and became an important part of the early music revival in Montréal during the 1970s. Jackson became the ensemble's sole director in 1988.
Category: Best Classical Album: Vocal or Choral Performance. Studio de Musique de Ancienne de Montréal. Leave this field empty if you're human: Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
Christopher Jackson Organist, harpsichordist, conductor, artistic director, teacher, mentor, renaissance ma. .Christopher Jackson’s accomplishments are so numerous that it is difficult to choose a single word to describe him and the impact of his work. He founded the world-renowned Studio de Musique Ancienne de Montréal (SMAM) in 1974 and obviously hit a nerve with music lovers in that city: one of his first concerts attracted more than 400 people, an astonishing feat considering the Canadian period music movement was in its infancy at that time. sphere (parent phrase). He was simply making the point that the calendar is bound by mathematics as immutable as the heavenly spheres from which it derives its regularity.
|1||–Nicolas Gombert||Elégie Sur La Mort De Josquin Musae Jovis À 6 Voix (6 Parts)||8:18|
|–Josquin Des Prés||Motet Inviolata, Integra Et Casta Es À 5 Voix (5 Parts)||(5:18)|
|2.1||–||I Prima Pars||2:09|
|2.2||–||II Secunda Pars||1:29|
|2.3||–||III Tiertia Pars||1:39|
|3||–Nicolas Gombert||Motet Tulerunt Dominum Meum À 8 Voix (8 Parts)||5:26|
|4||–Jean Mouton||Motet Nesciens Mater À 8 Voix (8 Parts)||3:54|
|–Cristóbal de Morales||Motet Andreas Christi Famulus À 8 Voix (8 Parts)||(6:10)|
|5.1||–||I Prima Pars||3:27|
|5.2||–||II Secunda Pars||2:43|
|–Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina||Motet Salve Regina À 4 Voix Hautes (4 High Parts)||(5:06)|
|6.1||–||I Prima Pars||2:28|
|6.2||–||II Secunda Pars||2:36|
|7||–Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina||Motet Beatus Laurentius À 5 Voix (5 Parts)||3:38|
|8||–Roland de Lassus||Motet Omnes De Saba Venient À 8 Voix En Deux Chœurs (8 Parts In Two Choirs)||2:24|
|9||–Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina||Litaniae De Beata Virgine Maria À 6 Voix (6 Parts)||6:02|
|–Tomás Luis De Victoria||Motet Vidi Speciosam Sicut Columbam À 6 Voix (6 Parts)||(7:06)|
|10.1||–||I Prima Pars||3:45|
|10.2||–||II Seconda Pars||3:20|
|–Giacches De Wert*||Motet Ascendente Jesu In Naviculam À 6 Voix (6 Parts)||(5:24)|
|11.1||–||I Prima Pars||2:47|
|11.2||–||II Seconda Pars||2:36|
|12||–Giacches De Wert*||Motet Peccavi Super Numerum À 6 Voix (6 Parts)||3:44|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Société Radio-Canada
- Copyright (c) – Société Radio-Canada
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
- Alto Vocals – Josée Lalonde, Lucie Mayer, Pierre McLean
- Bass Vocals – Alfred Lagrenade, Normand Richard, Yves Saint-Amant
- Coordinator – Paulette Bourget
- Directed By – Christopher Jackson
- Edited By, Mastered By – Peter Cook
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Alain Chénier, Dominic Beaudoin
- Liner Notes [Translation] – Véronique Robert
- Producer – Frances Heinsheimer Wainwright, Kelly Rice , Matthew Baird
- Soprano Vocals – Cynthia Gates, Katharine Hall, Mary-Beth Campbell, Teresa Van Der Hoeven
- Supervised By [Audio Supervisor] – Anton Kwiatkowski
- Tenor Vocals – Casey Prescott, Marcel De Hêtre, Michael Léonard*
NotesRecorded at Chapelle du Grand Séminaire, Montréal, February 11-13, 1997.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 59582 11212 0
- Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MUSIC MANUFACTURING SERVICES DISQUE AMERIC 1FVG1<0087>MVCD1121
- Mould SID Code: IFPI8102
Performer: Studio De Musique Ancienne De Montréal
Title: Heavenly Spheres / L'Harmonie Des Sphères
Date of release: 1998
Size MP3: 1246 mb
Size FLAC: 1414 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: AA AIFF ASF MIDI DTS WAV VOX