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Video streamed event and on demand: Mauillon, Rignol, Roussel & Mankar-Bennis

Watch online on oudemuziek.nlEarly Music TelevisionRecorded at Early Music Television, Utrecht, Netherlands
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Thursday 01 September 202222:30
On demand from Thursday 01 September 2022 22:30
Lambert, Michel (1610-1696)Première Leçon du Jeudi Saint
PlainchantRépons: Omnes amici mei
PlainchantVerset: Inter iniquos
Lemoyne, Étienne (1640-1715)Prélude
Lambert, Michel (1610-1696)Deuxième Leçon du Jeudi Saint
PlainchantRépons: Velum templi scissum est
PlainchantVerset: Petrae scissae sunt
Froberger, Johann Jacob (1616-1667)Sarabande in F major
Lambert, Michel (1610-1696)Troisième Leçon du Jeudi Saint
PlainchantRépons: Vinea mea electa
PlainchantVerset: Sepivi te
Sainte-Colombe, Jean de (1645-1701)Chaconne
Gaultier, Ennemond (1575-1651)Tombeau de Mezangeau
Marc MauillonBaritone
Myriam RignolViola da Gamba
Thibaut RousselTheorbo
Marouan Mankar-BennisHarpsichord, Organ

It took a whole lot of searching, experimentation and guesswork, but the result is worth it: thanks to Marc Mauillon and his trio of top instrumentalists the music of Michel Lambert, which has puzzled musicologists for decades, is given a new lease of life. In this second concert of his Leçons de ténèbres, vocal virtuosity becomes a source of mindfulness.

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