FloReMus – EVENING CONCERT: Ensemble Janequin/Mille regretz de vous habandonner
Les chansons de Josquin (I)
JOSQUIN DESPREZ (1450circa – 1521)
Vive le Roy / Quand je vous voy
Du mien amant
Petite camusette a la mort mavez mis
Plus nulz regretz
Allegez moy ma doulce plaisant brunette
Si jay perdu mon amy – instrumental
Mille regretz de vous habandonner
Mille regretz de vous habandonner – instrumental
Regretz sans fin il me fault endurer
El grillo e buon cantore
Douleur me bat
Scaramella va alla guerra
Prélude – Attaingnant instrumental
He lort villain jaloux
Baises moy ma doulce’ amye
Tenez moy en voz bras
Ma bouche rit et mon cueur pleure
Nymphes des bois
Ensemble Clément Janequin (Francia)
Magali Demora – soprano
Dominique Visse – countertenor
Olivier Coiffet – tenor
Martial Pauliat – tenor
Geoffroy Buffière – bass
Yoann Moulin – harpsichord
Dominique Visse – director
This concert was made possible thanks to the support of the Fondazione Nuovi Mecenati – French-Italian Foundation that supports contemporary creativity.
Tickets: Full price € 18 / reduced € 12
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2021 sees the 500th anniversary of the death of Josquin Des Pres, the most celebrated composer of his day. Dominique Visse and the Ensemble Clément Janequin are recording a selection of his chansons from two of the most important editions of his works, Susato’s in 1545 and Attaignant’s in 1549, for the Ricercar label.
These editions bear witness to the diversity of Josquin’s chanson writing, but above all to the melancholy and sorrow so present in his works, and are clearly tributes to this great composer, as is also evident in the two Déplorations on his death included on this recording, Musæ Jovis by Nicolas Gombert and O mors inevitabilis by Hieronymus Vinders, both from the Susato edition.
The programme, which includes a majority of chansons that are new to the Ensemble’s repertoire, endeavours to present a Josquin legacy, a post mortem illustration of his chanson œuvre, a remembering of his musical genius taken from these two editions, but is also Dominique and the Ensemble’s own Déploration on the death of Josquin, the culmination of 40 years exploring the Renaissance chanson.