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Home » French Composers » Danielis

Daniel Danielis (1635-1696)

Recordings

Danielis. Caeleste Convivium - Petits motets. Alpha 045 (1 CD 2003). Details. Frédéric Désenclos, Ensemble Pierre Robert. Francine van der Heijden & Johannette Zomer, sopranos; Marcel Beekman, haute-contre; Robert Getchell, tenor; Robbert Muuse, bass. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP
Danielis. Motets d'Uppsala. Cyprès 3611 (1 CD 1998). Musique en Wallonie. Details. Christophe Rousset, Les Talens Lyriques. François Masset & Stéphanie Révidat, sopranos; Jean-François Novelli, tenor; Jérôme Correas, baritone. The motets were found in Uppsala. They were composed for the court at Mecklemburg-Güstrow. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP
Petits Motets de Chapelle. Ligia Digital 0202026 -95 (1 CD 1995). Danielis: Duo "Adoro te" for 2 sopranos & b.c. Plus works by Campra, Charpentier, Bernier, Mouret & Boismortier. Ensemble Baroque de L'Ouest. Anne Finet, Sophie Landy & Sophie Norton, sopranos; Rémy Landy & Agnès Petit, violins; Pascal Diez & Françoise Gascon, flutes; Catherine Ramona, bass viol; Vincent Dumestre, theorbo; Isabelle Ramona, harpsichord & organ. US | UK | FR | DE | CA | JP
Danielis. Motets à une ou deux voix, violons et b.c. Koch Schwann 3-1031-2 (1 CD 1993). Musique en Wallonie. Christophe Rousset, harpsichord, organ & director, Les Talens Lyriques. Agnès Mellon & Delphine Collot, sopranos; Ryo Terakado & Florence Malgoire, violins; Kaori Uemura, viola da gamba. This is a superb recording of works comparable in quality to the motets of François Couperin. US | UK | FR | CA | JP

Book

Catherine Cessac. L'oeuvre de Daniel Danielis (1635-1696): Catalogue thématique. 240 pages. CNRS Editions 2003. FR

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