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Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre

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The notes to this release by the innovative French ensemble Le Poème Harmonique and its director Vincent Dumestre explain a good deal about its philosophy and genesis. But what they don't explain is why the recording, made in 2000, took until late 2015 to be released. Possibly it was just the sheer novelty of the thing: the title Pergolesi: Stabat Mater; Marian Music from Naples fails to communicate what's going on here and how unusual it is. Briefly, Dumestre and his musicians investigate the links between Pergolesi's style and the popular music that surrounded it in Naples. This is not in itself a completely new idea, but the situation in Naples was especially interesting in at least two respects. The traditions investigated here continue to the present day, for one thing, in the performance of the Stabat Mater melody in improvised polyphony heard in village processions in some parts of modern Italy. For another, these traditions were sometimes notated, and you get a sample of what they sounded like in the anonymous Stabat Mater à 3 (track 3). As prelude to the main attraction the Stabat Mater is here inflected through chant, a tarantella, and the rudimentary polyphony of the Monopoli Manuscript piece mentioned above; there is also a concerto by Durante that is less directly related to the Pergolesi work. All of these leave their mark on the Pergolesi Stabat Mater itself. It has a quiet organ-and-theorbo continuo (no harpsichord) that allows intense contrasts to emerge in the voices and main instruments. Thankfully, and contrary to current fashion, there is a choir of children, which was manifestly the way the work was sung at Versailles in its own time. Most striking are the solo voices, vibrato free and almost raw. Beautifully recorded by Alpha, this is a unique perspective on one of the most famous Baroque works.
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Stabat Mater (Anonymous)

1
Stabat Mater (Intonation)
Patrizia Bovi
00:02:34

Patrizia Bovi, Soprano - Pino de Vittorio, Tenor - Anonymous, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

Tarantella (Anonymous)

2
Tarantella
Patrizia Bovi
00:04:00

Patrizia Bovi, Soprano - Pino de Vittorio, Tenor - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Anonymous, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

Stabat Mater a 3 (Anonymous)

3
Stabat Mater a 3
Bernard Arietta
00:07:56

Patrizia Bovi, Soprano - Pino de Vittorio, Tenor - Bernard Arietta, Bass - Les Pages & Les Chantres du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles - Olivier Schneebeli, Conductor - Anonymous, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

Concerto No. 4 in E Minor (Francesco Durante)

4
I. Adagio
Le Poème Harmonique
00:02:38

Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Francesco Durante, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

5
II. Ricercar del quarto tono
Le Poème Harmonique
00:02:47

Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Francesco Durante, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

6
III. Largo
Le Poème Harmonique
00:02:29

Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Francesco Durante, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

7
IV. Presto
Le Poème Harmonique
00:02:12

Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Francesco Durante, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

Ostuni Manuscript (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi)

8
Ostuni Manuscript (Plainchant)
Patrizia Bovi
00:01:09

Patrizia Bovi, Soprano - Pino de Vittorio, Tenor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

Stabat mater, P. 77 (Giovanni Battista Pergolesi)

9
I. Stabat mater dolorosa
Vincent Dumestre
00:03:47

Les Pages & Les Chantres du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles (Olivier Schneebeli, Conductor) - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

10
II. Cujus animam gementem
Arno Meier
00:02:12

Arno Meier, Treble (Boy soprano) - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

11
III. O quam tristis et afflicta
Vincent Dumestre
00:01:55

Les Pages & Les Chantres du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles (Olivier Schneebeli, Conductor) - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

12
IV. Quae moerebat et dolebat
Florent Maigrot
00:02:22

Florent Maigrot, Treble (Boy Soprano) - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

13
V. Quis est homo
Damien Guillon
00:02:27

Marie Planinsek, Soprano - Damien Guillon, Countertenor - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

14
VI. Vidit suum dulcem natum
Florent Maigrot
00:03:24

Florent Maigrot, Treble (Boy Soprano) - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

15
VII. Eja mater, fons amoris
Bruno Le Levreur
00:02:17

Bruno Le Levreur, Boy Alto - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

16
VIII. Fac, ut ardeat cor meum
Vincent Dumestre
00:01:59

Les Pages & Les Chantres du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles (Olivier Schneebeli, Conductor) - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

17
IX. Sancta mater, istud agas
Florent Maigrot
00:04:19

Florent Maigrot, Treble (Boy Soprano) - Bruno Le Levreur, Boy Alto - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

18
X. Fac, ut portem Christi mortem
Damien Guillon
00:03:35

Damien Guillon, Countertenor - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

19
XI. Inflammatus et accensus
PLANINSEK Marie
00:02:06

Marie Planinsek, Soprano - Damien Guillon, Countertenor - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

20
XII. Quando corpus morietur
Vincent Dumestre
00:03:36

Les Pages & Les Chantres du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles (Olivier Schneebeli, Conductor) - Le Poème Harmonique - Vincent Dumestre, Conductor - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, Composer

Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France Alpha

Album Description

The notes to this release by the innovative French ensemble Le Poème Harmonique and its director Vincent Dumestre explain a good deal about its philosophy and genesis. But what they don't explain is why the recording, made in 2000, took until late 2015 to be released. Possibly it was just the sheer novelty of the thing: the title Pergolesi: Stabat Mater; Marian Music from Naples fails to communicate what's going on here and how unusual it is. Briefly, Dumestre and his musicians investigate the links between Pergolesi's style and the popular music that surrounded it in Naples. This is not in itself a completely new idea, but the situation in Naples was especially interesting in at least two respects. The traditions investigated here continue to the present day, for one thing, in the performance of the Stabat Mater melody in improvised polyphony heard in village processions in some parts of modern Italy. For another, these traditions were sometimes notated, and you get a sample of what they sounded like in the anonymous Stabat Mater à 3 (track 3). As prelude to the main attraction the Stabat Mater is here inflected through chant, a tarantella, and the rudimentary polyphony of the Monopoli Manuscript piece mentioned above; there is also a concerto by Durante that is less directly related to the Pergolesi work. All of these leave their mark on the Pergolesi Stabat Mater itself. It has a quiet organ-and-theorbo continuo (no harpsichord) that allows intense contrasts to emerge in the voices and main instruments. Thankfully, and contrary to current fashion, there is a choir of children, which was manifestly the way the work was sung at Versailles in its own time. Most striking are the solo voices, vibrato free and almost raw. Beautifully recorded by Alpha, this is a unique perspective on one of the most famous Baroque works.
© TiVo

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