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Les Premieres Polyphonies Francaises XI Siecle' by Ensemble Gilles Binchois is one of the finest recordings of early music I have heard. All I an say is that it is very good listening and especially valuable as it includes sections with single voices, men voices in choir, and womens voices in choir, with both plainsong and polyphony. Les Premieres Polyphonies Français is an excellent recording of some very early music. I listen to this recording often. The ensemble sings this music very well.
Les premières polyphonies françaises. One of musicology's most exciting achievements in recent years is the transcription of the earliest polyphony. The oldest manuscripts were in fact destroyed during the Second World War and survive only in photographs; and what they contain are the merest scratches in tiny writing to indicate the pitches - certainly not the stave-notation of later years, and not even heightened neumes.
It was written by Jean-Jacques Goldman, who also did the backing vocals. In November 1996, "Les derniers seront les premiers" was released as a promotional single in Europe and Canada from Dion's live album, Live à Paris (1996). It was performed as a live duet with Goldman.
Their eponymous debut album Les Nouvelles Polyphonies Corses (1991) was arranged and produced by Hector Zazou, featuring Manu Dibango on saxophone, Ivo Papasov on clarinet, Richard Horowitz, Jon Hassell on trumpet, Shaymal Maltra on tabla, djembe, and ghatam, John Cale and Ryuichi Sakamoto on piano, with Zazou doing electronics. Their collaboration with non-Corsican artists was a decision based on exploring the evolving concept of polyphony. For Les Nouvelles Polyphonies, it was important to sing polyphony as we feel it today (Patrizia Poli) . The disc was then voted best album of the year in the traditional music section of the 1992 Victoires de la Musique (French equivalent of the Grammy awards).