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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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Friday 02 September 202222:30
On demand from Friday 02 September 2022 22:30
Programme
Lambert, Michel (1610-1696)Première Leçon du Vendredi Saint
PlainchantRépons: Sicut ovis
PlainchantVerset: Tradidit in mortem
Hotman, Nicolas (1610-1663)Prélude
Lambert, Michel (1610-1696)Deuxième Leçon du Vendredi Saint
PlainchantRépons: Jerusalem surge
PlainchantVerset: Deduc quasi torrentem
Hotman, Nicolas (1610-1663)Courante
Lambert, Michel (1610-1696)Troisième Leçon du Vendredi Saint
PlainchantRépons: Plange quasi virgo
PlainchantVerset: Accingite vos Sacerdotes
Hotman, Nicolas (1610-1663)Sarabande
PlainchantChristus factus est
Performers
Marc MauillonBaritone
Myriam RignolViola da Gamba
Thibaut RousselTheorbo
Marouan Mankar-BennisHarpsichord, Organ

Michel Lambert's Leçons de ténèbres were originally performed by three singers. Festival resident Marc Mauillon does it all on his own, with a voice that can handle both tenor and baritone registers. The theorbo and viola da gamba make the craftsmanship of Lambert's colleague Nicolas Hotman  resound: in this last concert of the trilogy his instrumental works alternate with the Leçons and the Gregorian responsoria.

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