Pierre de Ronsard, Kühn Chamber Chorus, Symposium Musicum - Pierre De Ronsard Et La Musique download album
Chorus Master – Pavel Kühn. Composed By – Claude Goudimel (tracks: B6), Clément Janequin (tracks: B4), François Regnart (tracks: B3), Guillaume Costeley (tracks: B1), Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (tracks: A9), Jean de Castro (tracks: A2, A3, A7, B10), Marc-Antoine De Muret (tracks: B2), Philippe De Monte (tracks: A1, A4, A8, B8, B9 ), Pierre Certon. tracks: B5), Roland de Lassus (tracks: A5, A6, A10, B7, B11). Lyrics By – Pierre de Ronsard. Orchestra – Symposium Musicum. Other (Manufacturing Date Code): 88 1.
Today, the culmination of Pevernage’s brief engagement with Ronsard: in his 4th book, he expands his forces again for the Ronsard poem, and presents an 8-voice setting. The style is – inevitably – different again. net site here) (blog entry here) (listen to the score here) (recorded extract here – source: Kühn chamber choir Pierre de Ronsard et la musique ). After recently posting Lassus’ 8-voice setting of the ‘dialogue between Ronsard and the dove’, here I offer the other 8-voice dialogue.
Poésies de Pierre de Ronsard et autres. Poésies de P. de Ronsard & autres Poëtes. Mis en musique à Quatre & Cinq parties. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
Ronsard et l'humaniste musicien Melissus. Nolhac, Pierre de (1924) RONSARD ET LA MUSIQUE: Ronsard et l'humaniste musicien Melissus.
Topics Ronsard, Pierre de, 1524-1585, Songs, French, Ballads, French. Publisher Leipzig, Breitkopf & Härtel. Collection universityofottawa; facultyofmusic; toronto. Digitizing sponsor University of Ottawa. Contributor Music - University of Toronto. Tirage à part des volumes trimestriels de la Société internationale de musique, année IV, cahier . Includes bibliography. no toc. Call number AAJ-7016.
Pierre de Ronsard (11 September 1524 – December 1585) was a French poet and "prince of poets" (as his own generation in France called him). His popularity in his own time was overwhelming and immediate, and his prosperity was unbroken. He published his Hymns, dedicated to Margaret de Valois, in 1555; the conclusion of the Amours, addressed to another heroine, in 1556; and then a collection of Œuvres completes, said to be due to the invitation of Mary Stuart, queen of Francis II, in 1560; with Elégies, mascarades et bergeries in 1565
Les Amours Préface de Gilbert Sigaux Éditions Rencontre Lausanne, 1968. Documents Similar To 486060 Les Amours Pierre de Ronsard. Structure de l'Education Sentimentale.
Pierre de Ronsard (11 September 1524 – 28 December 1585) was a French poet and "prince of poets" (as his own generation in France called him). Pierre de Ronsard was born at the Manoir de la Possonnière, in the village of Couture-sur-Loir, Vendômois (in present-day Loir-et-Cher).
French Renaissance poet Pierre de Ronsard was educated at the Collège de Navarre in Paris. He served as a page to the Duke of Orléans and to James V, the king of Scotland. After nearly losing all his hearing in 1541, he studied Greek at the Collège de Coqueret with the esteemed scholar Daurat. He later became the official poet of King Charles IX’s court. Ronsard led a generation of poets, known first as the Brigade and later as Le Pléiade, who sought to bring the values of humanism to French verse. Ronsard used a variety of received forms and meters to explore themes of romantic love and portraits of royal life. His numerous collections of poetry include Odes (1550), Les Amours (1552), Le Bocage (1554), and La Franciade (1572). Poems by Pierre de Ronsard. Comme On Voit sur la Branche.
|Bon Jour Mon Coeur|
|Mignonne, Levés Vous|
|Mignonn' Allon Voir|
|Corydon Verse Sans Fin|
|Ores Que Je Suis Dispos|
|Si Je Trepasse|
|Veu Que Tu Es Plus|
|Plus Tu Cognois|
|O Doux Parler|
|Venus Est Par Cent Mille Noms|
|Las Je Me Plain|
|Ce N'Est Amour|
|Qui Vouldra Voir|
|J'espère Et Crains|
|Qui Renforcera Ma Voix|
|Amour, Donne Moi Paix|
|Que Me Servent Mes Vers|
|Pour Boir Dessus|
|Petite Nymphe Folatre|
|Que Dis Tu, Que Fais Tu|
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|1112 3883 G||Pierre de Ronsard, Kühn Chamber Chorus, Symposium Musicum||Pierre de Ronsard, Kühn Chamber Chorus, Symposium Musicum - Pierre De Ronsard Et La Musique (LP, RP)||Supraphon||1112 3883 G||Czechoslovakia||1987|
|1112 3883||Pierre de Ronsard - Kühn Chamber Chorus, Symposium Musicum||Pierre de Ronsard - Kühn Chamber Chorus, Symposium Musicum - Pierre De Ronsard Et La Musique (LP, RP)||Supraphon||1112 3883||Czechoslovakia||1988|