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Messe Basse

by The American Boychoir

The world renowned American Boychoir sings "Messe Basse" and "Messe des pauvres," two masses from Paris by Cesar Franck and Jean Catoire with little known organ works by Gabriel Faure and Erik Satie.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Messe Basse Introit: Immense coeli (Franck)
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1:12 album only
2. Kyrie (Faure)
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2:12 album only
3. Gloria (Franck)
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3:10 album only
4. Ave Maria (Faure)
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2:00 album only
5. Gradual: Immense coeli (Franck)
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1:17 album only
6. Offertory: Fugue in e minor Op. 84 No. 6 (Faure)
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2:44 album only
7. Sanctus (Faure)
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2:07 album only
8. Benedictus (Faure)
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2:11 album only
9. Litany: Rorate coeli (Franck)
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3:24 album only
10. Agnus Dei (Faure)
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2:51 album only
11. Consecration: Immense coeli (Franck)
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1:16 album only
12. Communion: Tantum ergo (Faure)
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2:40 album only
13. Fugue in a minor Op. 84 No. 3 (Faure)
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3:37 album only
14. Ite missa (Franck)
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0:29 album only
15. Recessional: Immense coeli (Franck)
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1:20 album only
16. Messe des pauvres Introit (Satie)
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5:41 album only
17. Kyrie (Catoire)
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1:45 album only
18. Interlude (Satie)
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0:23 album only
19. Gloria (Catoire)
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3:09 album only
20. Offertory (Satie)
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3:04 album only
21. Sanctus (Catoire)
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1:03 album only
22. Interlude (Satie)
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0:44 album only
23. Benedictus (Catoire)
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0:40 album only
24. Interlude (Satie)
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0:43 album only
25. Agnus Dei I (Catoire)
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1:32 album only
26. Interlude (Satie)
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0:55 album only
27. Agnus Dei II (Catoire)
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1:18 album only
28. Ite missa (Satie)
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3:04 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"One of the best choirs in the world" - Christian Science Monitor

"...electrifying, by turns angelic and fierce..." - Newsday

"Achingly pure voices" - The Star-Ledger (New Jersey)

THE AMERICAN BOYCHOIR is the United States' premier concert boys' choir and one of the finest boychoirs in the world. Its members - boys in grades 4 through 8 - come from around the country to pursue a rigorous musical and academic curriculum at The American Boychoir School in Princeton, New Jersey - the only non-sectarian boys'choir school in the country. The Choir regularly performs with major American and European orchestras, and maintains an active national and international touring schedule. The Boychoir has been extensively recorded and boradcast on radio and television, and has some forty commercial recordings to its name. For more information visit www.americanboychoir.org.


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Christophe HENRY

EXCELLENT
I heard once again this CD and I think I can rate it 5 stars.The work is excellent and there is no boychoir able to sing these pieces of music like that in France.

Christophe HENRY (France)

RARE PIECES
Gabriel FAURE and César FRANCK are well known as composers.Satie's piano's works are well known too.But who knows Jean CATOIRE and Satie's religious music,(even in France)?So thanks for this interesting recording.American Boychoir has a perfect homogeneous sound.It is important here because half pieces are sung in plain-song (monody).The music is sung by teenagers (not children) and it is the reason why the sound is powerful.The record is technically good:acoustic and balance between the organ and the choir.