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Processions at Basilica of St Denis

Gregorio ALLEGRI, Miserere (1638) Joby TALBOT, Path of Miracles (2005) Tenebrae, choir - Nigel Short, conductor and choirmaster

  • Tenebrae | Copyright: © C. O'Donovan

    Tenebrae © C. O'Donovan

Gregorio ALLEGRI, Miserere (1638)
Joby TALBOT, Path of Miracles (2005)

Tenebrae, choir
Nigel Short, conductor and choirmaster

England’s most famous choir takes us on a timeless journey; the British composer Joby Talbot was inspired by the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.

From “Roncesvalles” to “Santiago”, processions, contemplations and veritable miracles of sound in the Basilica.

The Miserere composed by Allegri in 1638, a veritable “hit”, is offered as introduction to the voyage promised by Tenebrae.

Original title Processions
Genre Concert
Recording location Basilica of St Denis
Recording date 12 June 2018
Production year 2018
Duration 75 min
Video format 4K / HD
Production Company Telmondis
Co-Production Company Mezzo, France Télévisions
Producer Antoine Perset
Producer Denis Morlière
Director François-René Martin
Distribution TV Telmondis Distribution
English title of music work Miserere
Composer Gregorio ALLEGRI
English title of music work Path of Miracles
Composer Joby TALBOT
Choir Tenebrae
Conductor Nigel Short

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