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The King's Singers / Charivari Agréa

Pachelbel Vespers

  • Type CD
  • Label Signum Classics
  • UPC 0635212019825
  • Catalog number SIGCD 198
  • Release date 01 March 2010
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The music contained in this record represents a selection of Vespers movements written by the organist Johann Pachelbel. They have in common the distinctively sonorous scoring of four or five-part choir, accompanied by a six-part string orchestra to which is added, at the composer’s express request, a bassoon.

‘Charivari Agréable is one of the most versatile Early Music groups around at the moment; under its benign director, Kah-Ming Ng, it appears to be infinitely adaptable, finding musicians who can fit into any of its many and varied programmes’ International Record Review. They represent ‘a new and very exciting phase of the early music revival, one that enriches the existing repertory and can bring us ever closer to the spirit of the original music’ Gramophone.

Described by The Times as a group that has “stayed in character over four decades, yet retuned itself to the times” and by Gramophone as “enchanting the ear from first to last note” The King’s Singers are truly remarkable. They continue to be one of the most sought-after and critically acclaimed vocal ensembles in the world, performing a rich and varied repertoire from Gesualdo to György Ligeti and Michael Bublé. Internationally recognised for their work in the classical field, they retain the sparkle that delights so many fans when they perform much loved numbers from the lighter end of the repertoire. Whatever the music The King’s Singers are instantly recognisable for their spot-on intonation, their impeccable vocal blend, the flawless articulation of the text and incisive timing.

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    Ingressus in C minor [originally in D minor] P92 - Sonata
     
    00:57
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    Ingressus in C minor [originally in D minor] P92 - Deus in adiutorium
     
    01:37
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    Ingressus in C minor [originally in D minor] P92 - Gloria patri
     
    02:12
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    Ingressus in C minor [originally in D minor] P92 - Sicut erat
     
    03:02
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Sonata
     
    01:04
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Magnifica
     
    00:52
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Et exultavit
     
    01:46
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Quia respexit
     
    01:34
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 -Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Et misericordia
     
    02:33
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Fecit potentiam
     
    02:51
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Suscepit Israel
     
    01:59
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Gloria
     
    04:14
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    Magnificat in C major [orig. E-flat major] P250 - Sicut erat
     
    02:53
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    Sonata à 5 in A minor - Allegro
     
    03:19
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    Sonata à 5 in A minor - Adagio
     
    00:54
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    Sonata à 5 in A minor - Allegro
     
    00:59
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    Sonata à 5 in A minor - Presto
     
    00:44
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    Sonata à 5 in A minor - Adagio
     
    01:04
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    Ingressus in E minor [G minor] P96 - Sonata
     
    01:06
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    Ingressus in E minor [G minor] P96 - Deus in adiutorium
     
    01:17
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    Ingressus in E minor [G minor] P96 - Domine ad adiuvandum
     
    01:14
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    Ingressus in E minor [G minor] P96 - Gloria
     
    01:45
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    Ingressus in E minor [G minor] P96 - Gloria Patri, Sicut erat
     
    03:47
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    Ingressus in G major [A major] P97 - Sonata
     
    01:50
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    Ingressus in G major [A major] P97 - Gloria Patri
     
    01:22
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    Ingressus in G major [A major] P97 - Sicut erat
     
    03:15
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    Ingressus in G minor [A minor] P98 - Sonata
     
    01:50
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    Ingressus in G minor [A minor] P98 - Deus in aduitorium
     
    01:24
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    Ingressus in G minor [A minor] P98 - Gloria Patri
     
    01:22
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    Ingressus in G minor [A minor] P98 - Sicut erat
     
    00:49
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    Ingressus in G minor [A minor] P98 - Et in secula seculorum
     
    03:21
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    Sonata à 5 in G minor - Allegro
     
    01:06
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    Sonata à 5 in G minor - [Vivace]
     
    00:36
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    Sonata à 5 in G minor - [Andante]
     
    01:02
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    Sonata à 5 in G minor - Allegro
     
    01:17
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    Magnificat in F major [G major] P253 - Magnificat
     
    02:36
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    Magnificat in F major [G major] P253 - Deposuit
     
    00:50
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    Magnificat in F major [G major] P253 - Sicut locutus est
     
    00:52
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    Magnificat in F major [G major] P253 - Sicut erat, Amen
     
    01:53
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    Ingressus in B-flat major [C major] P88 - Deus in adjutorium
     
    01:21
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    Ingressus in B-flat major [C major] P88 - Sicut erat
     
    01:58

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