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NUITS OCCITANES Troubadour’s Songs

1. Lo vers comens 2. Lo clar temps vei brunezir 3. Rassa tan creis 4. A chantar m’er 5. S’anc fui bela ni prezada 6. Reis glorios 7. Can l’erba fresch’ 8. Cel que no volh auzir chanssos 9. Tan m’abelis

Marcabru (c. 1100-c. 1150) Raimon Jordan (fl. 1178-1195) Bertran de Born (c. 1140-c. 1205) Beatriz de Dia (c. 1140-after 1175) Cadenet (c. 1160-c. 1253) Guiraut de Bornelh (c. 1138-c. 1215) e Bernat de Ventadorn (c. 1125-end XII ) Raimon de Miraval (c. 1140-c. 1220) Berenguier de Palazol (c. 1160-1209)

6’12 7’46 10’00 9’21 7’42 8’52 9’04 3’51 5’26

ENSEMBLE CÉLADON Clara Coutouly: soprano Paulin Bündgen: counter-tenor Nolwenn Le Guern: fiddle & rebab Florent Marie: lute Gwénaël Bihan: recorders & gemshorn Ludwin Bernaténé: percussion Paulin Büngden: artistic direction

Under the title ‘Occitan Nights’, a few troubadour songs have been collected here. Those poet-musicians celebrated the beauty of women, praised the courage of men and evoked the parting of lovers at daybreak. The CÉLADON Ensemble offers us a poetic, inspired vision of these lovely melodies (proposed with their complete texts), and the accompaniment, with four instruments (fiddle or rabab, lute, recorders and percussion), provides a particularly elegant sound environment sublimated by the perfect acoustics of the church of Notre-Dame de Centeilles RIC 340

Issue : April 2014 Total time: 68:39

1 CD

See also: The Ensemble Céladon during the recording session in the Church Notre-Dame in Centeilles http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJtLj3nmr_Q

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