Suite du cinquieme ton : Work information

Composers
Marc-Antoine Charpentier ( Music, Images,)
Performed by
Jean-Paul Lécot (Organ)

This work

Work name
Suite du cinquieme ton
Work number
n/a
Key
n/a
Genre
A
Composed
1690-01-01 02:01:00

This recording

Label
Forlane CI
Producer
Ivan Pastor
Engineer
Jean-Marc Laisne
Recording date
n/a

The Composers

Marc-Antoine Charpentier

Charpentier left his home in Paris in the 1660s to study with the composer Carissimi in Rome.  He was well schooled in Italian compositional models of the time, which initially gave him something of an outsider status back in France.  An association with the stage began with Molière's troupe, and he wrote incidental music for productions of works such as La Malade Imaginaire.  By the early 1680s he was employed by the Dauphin as musical director and was later granted a pension by Louis XIV who, although frequently associated with Charpentier, never employed him.  In 1698 he was made master of music at the Sainte-Chapelle, which led to him writing his greatest sacred works.

Related composers: Jean-Baptiste Lully

Track listing

  • Prélude du Te Deum H. 146 1:57 min
  • Dialogue de David et Johathas H. 490-8 1:58 min
  • Voix humaine en taille H. 146 1:30 min
  • Trio á deux dessus H. 490-8 2:01 min
  • Basse et dessus de trompette H. 490-8 1:54 min
  • Rigaudon H. 490-22 1:00 min
  • Overture de Médée H. 491-1 2:54 min