|B1||Sanctus (en Ré Majeur)||5:40|
|B2||Elevation (Motet "O Amor, O Bonitas, O Charitas")||6:40|
|MHS 3354||Marc-Antoine Charpentier* / Xavier Ricour, Choeur Renaissance||Marc-Antoine Charpentier* / Xavier Ricour, Choeur Renaissance - Mass In G Minor (Extracts) (LP, RE)||Musical Heritage Society||MHS 3354||US||1976|
Soprano Vocals – Beatrice Douchet, Marie Svetlana. Tenor Vocals – Léonard Pezzino. Messe à 4 voix, 4 violons, 2 flûtes, 2 hautbois. Image recto: Fra Angelico "La Vierge" (reproduction of art, ateliers Daniel Jacomet) This vinyl contains an eight pages illustrated booklet. Text: Joël-Marie Fauquet - English translation: Charles Whitfield. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Baritone Vocals – Pierre-Yves Le Maigat. Chorus Master – Loik Le Griquer. Contralto Vocals – Françoise Villeneuve. Liner Notes – Joël-Marie Fauquet. Liner Notes – Charles Whitfield. Organ – Antoinette Keraudren. Soprano Vocals – Beatrice Douchet, Marie Svetlana. Tenor Vocals – Leonard Pezzino. Recorded by Arion-Paris, 1973 Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 76-750090.
Marc-Antoine Charpentier (French: ; 1643 – 24 February 1704 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. Charpentier was born in or near Paris, the son of a master scribe who had very good connections to influential families in the Parlement of Paris.
Messe de Minuit à 4 voix, flûtes et violons pour Noël. Charpentier, Marc-Antoine. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp.
Official portraiture took a hit last week, at least in the United States. Members of Congress and the executive branch must continue to pay for the images by which they want to be remembered. Things were very different when monarchies ruled Europe.