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Motet À St Jean Baptiste 
1 	Symphonie Et Chœur «Cantate Jordanis Incolae» 	5:18
2 	Quatuor «Ut Nunciatus» 	2:33
3 	Air Ténor «O Res Mirabilis» 	2:42
4 	Chœur «Qui Gestat» 	2:37
5 	Air Contre-ténor «Redemit Christus» 	2:44
6 	Duo Soprane-Basse «Quantus Amor» 	1:20
7 	Chœur Final «Gaudeat Caelum» 	3:50
Lamentation Du Mercredi Soir 
8 	Entrée 	2:14
9 	Beth 	3:37
10 	Ghimel 	2:06
11 	Daleth 	4:26
12 	Heth 	1:57
13 	Jerusalem Convertere 	1:42
Lamentation Du Jeudi Soir 
14 	Entrée 	3:04
15 	Teth 	3:22
16 	Caph 	2:05
17 	Jerusalem Convertere 	1:37
Lamentation Du Vendredi Soir 
18 	Entrée 	3:08
19 	Teth 	3:27
20 	Jod 	2:00
21 	Jerusalem Convertere 	1:43

Véronique Gens - soprano
Francine Gédéon - soprano
Douglas Nasrawi, Jean-Paul Fouchécourt - tenor
Jean-Louis Paya - baritone
Jean-Claude Saragosse - bass
Chœur Et Orchestre Le Concert Spirituel
Hervé Niquet - conductor


Jean Gilles - Born: January 8, 1668 Died: February 5, 1705. Poitevin was his teacher at Cathedral of St Sauveur at Aix-en-Provence. (Poitevin also taught Campra and Blanchard.) Gilles succeeded Poitevin as the master of music at Aix-en-Provence and later appointed as the master of music at the Cathedral of St Etienne at Toulouse. In 1701 (because his fame had spread) he was offered the choral direction at Notre Dames des Doms, Avignon. The position was temporarily filled by Rameau but Gilles never vacated his position at Toulouse. The "Messe de Morts," whihc was performed for the funerals of both Louis XV and Rameau, begins in the key of F-dur through the Kyrie, and the remainder is set in G-mol. This structure follows the tradition of the Gregorian modal form. Gilles compositions were described in terms of deep orchestral pathos combined with fugues worked with care. Like Lalande, Gilles' orchestras were not contingent upon the chorus which may also be an indication of Lalande's influence. Gilles superbly blended polyphony with homophony, the latter being employed for emphasis.

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Jean Gilles - Vol.2 Requiem & Motet «Beatus quem elegisti» (1989) Jean Gilles - Vol.2 Requiem & Motet «Beatus quem elegisti» (1989)

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01. Introit
02. Kyrie
03. Graduale
04. Offertoire: Domine Jesus Christe
05. Offertoire: Hostias
06. Offertoire: Fac eas Domine
07. Sanctus
08. Agnus Dei
09. Communion

Motet «Beatus quem elegisti»

10. Symphonie et Air Soprane
11. Duo Basses «Replebimus»
12. Quintette «Exaudi nos»
13. Choeur «Preparans montes»
14. Air Basse et Chśur «Qui conturbas»
15. Air Ténor et Quatuor «Exitus matutini»
16. Choeur Final «Pinguescent speciosa deserti»

Véronique Gens - soprano
Jean-Paul Fouchecourt - ténor
Hervé Lamy - ténor
Peter harvey - basse
Jean-Louis Paya - basse
Sylvie Colas - soprano

Le Concert Spirituel Choeur et Orchestre
Hervé Niquet, director


This requiem became one of the most popular works in 18th century France, being performed for Rameau's death in 1764 and for Louis XV's ten years later. Making it stand out from other pieces in the genre is Gilles' use of sensibilité to produce orchestral effects which might be called pre-Romantic if they weren't so utterly French Baroque. The motet (1701) is a much more seductively Italian-type work, with plenty of ear-catching devices to help illustrate its psalm text.

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