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Célèbres chants d'église pour la liturgie, Vol. 2

Ensemble vocal l'Alliance

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Célèbres chants d'église pour la liturgie, Vol. 2

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance

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1
Écoute la voix du Seigneur 00:03:05

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jacques Berthier, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

2
Magnificat au Dieu de vie 00:02:18

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Richard Patrick, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Pour que nos cœurs 00:01:53

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Michel Scouarnec, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Pour aimer du plus grand amour 00:03:33

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jo Akepsimas, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Entrons dans l'espérance 00:02:45

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jo Akepsimas, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Aujourd'hui la lumière a brillé 00:02:38

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jo Akepsimas, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Vivons en enfants de lumière 00:02:53

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jacques Berthier, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Peuple de l'Alliance 00:02:31

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jo Akepsimas, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Il nous précède en Galilée 00:03:16

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jo Akepsimas, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

10
Tournés vers l'avenir 00:03:34

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jo Akepsimas, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Laissez-vous mener par l'esprit 00:04:22

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jean-Jo Roux, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Voici la nuit 00:02:43

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jo Akepsimas, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

13
Christ aujourd'hui nous appelle 00:02:47

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Michel Wackenheim, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

14
Le sel de la paix 00:03:38

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Jean-Pierre Kempf, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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En lettres de lumière 00:02:45

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - Michel Scouarnec, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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Salve Regina, HWV 241 00:03:12

Ensemble Vocal l'Alliance, Performer - George Frideric Handel, Composer

2002 Ateliers du Fresne

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