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Accentus - Laurence Equilbey|Nuit Sacrée

Nuit Sacrée

Concerto Köln - Laurence Equilbey

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1
Canon en ré majeur
Accentus - Laurence Equilbey
00:03:17

Laurence Equilbey, interprète - Concerto Köln, interprète - Johann Pachelbel, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

2
Cantate BWV 147: Choral - 'Que ma joie demeure'
Accentus - Laurence Equilbey
00:03:18

Laurence Equilbey, interprète - Ensemble Accentus, interprète - Concerto Köln, interprète - Jean-sebastien Bach, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

3
Oratorio de noël BWV 248: 'Jauchzet, frohlocket!'
Accentus - Laurence Equilbey
00:03:19

Laurence Equilbey, interprète - Ensemble Accentus, interprète - Concerto Köln, interprète - Jean-sebastien Bach, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

4
Ave Maria
Nathalie Stutzmann
00:02:57

Nathalie Stutzmann, interprète - Aurélie Saraf, interprète - Charles Gounod, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

5
Cantate BuxWV 15: Alleluia
Accentus - Laurence Equilbey
00:02:51

Laurence Equilbey, interprète - Ensemble Accentus, interprète - Concerto Köln, interprète - Dietrich Buxtehude, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

6
Le Messie HWV 56: 'For unto us a child is born'
Accentus - Laurence Equilbey
00:03:07

Laurence Equilbey, interprète - Ensemble Accentus, interprète - Concerto Köln, interprète - Georg Friedrich Haendel, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

7
Messiah, HWV 56: Alleluia
Accentus - Laurence Equilbey
00:03:29

Laurence Equilbey, interprète - Ensemble Accentus, interprète - Concerto Köln, interprète - Georg Friedrich Haendel, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

8
Oratorio de Noël: Benedictus
Aurélie Saraf
00:03:00

Sandrine Piau, interprète - Aurélie Saraf, interprète - Johann Weisser, interprète - Daniel Maurer, interprète - Camille Saint-saëns, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

9
Panis Angelicus
Pavol Breslik
00:03:53

Pavol Breslik, interprète - Sonia Wieder-Atherton, interprète - Daniel Maurer, interprète - César Franck, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

10
Exsultate, jubilate K165: 'Alleluia
Sandrine Piau
00:02:31

Sandrine Piau, interprète - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

11
Farandole de l'Arlésienne d'après Georges Bizet
Accentus - Laurence Equilbey
00:02:32

Laurence Equilbey, interprète - Ensemble Accentus, interprète - Concerto Köln, interprète - Georges Bizet, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

12
Minuit chrétien
Pavol Breslik
00:05:25

Pavol Breslik, interprète - Daniel Maurer, interprète - Adolph Adam, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

13
Kyrie eleison: 'Trois anges sont venus ce soir'
Sonia Wieder-Atherton
00:03:21

Sandrine Piau, interprète - Sonia Wieder-Atherton, interprète - Aurélie Saraf, interprète - Augusta Holmès, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

14
Stille Nacht! Heilige Nacht!
Accentus - Laurence Equilbey
00:03:14

Laurence Equilbey, interprète - Ensemble Accentus, interprète - Concerto Köln, interprète - Franz Gruber, compositeur

2009 naïve 2009 naïve

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