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巴黎男童合唱团音乐会
演出类型:音乐
演出时间:2018年6月2日 19:30
演出票价:680/580/480/380/280/180/100
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巴黎男童合唱团音乐会

The Little Singers of Paris 

(Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois)

演出时间Time & Date︱2018年6月2日 19:30

演出票价Ticket Price ︱100.180.280.380.480.580.680

演出地点Venue︱苏州文化艺术中心大剧院 SCAC Grand Theatre

 



观演须知

 

115

Duration: approximately 115 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission

6岁以上人士观看。Suggested age: 6 and above




世界三大童声合唱团之一

巴黎男童合唱团与维也纳男童合唱团、德国托尔策童声合唱团并列为世界三大男童合唱团。一九O六年夏天,巴黎木十字儿童合唱团诞生。距今已有112年的历史。合唱团的名字是源于他们身著洁白长袍、胸挂木十字的外形。曲目的拓展使得合唱团拥有了更多的观众,成为世界上最好的童声合唱团之一,并以天籁般的歌声征服全球80 多个国家的观众,被称为和平使者

 

丰富的曲目范围,外国娃娃演唱中国歌

合唱团从成立初期专门演唱高难度的宗教歌曲,现在逐渐发展到驾驭各种风格的曲目。观众将在本场演出中听到世界音乐、传统民歌、当代作曲家作品、古典作品、圣歌,还将带来惊喜的中国曲目。

 

独一无二的训练方法

巴黎男童合唱团与其他合唱团最大的不同是采取自然训练法,不用死记,不一味追求技巧,充分发挥了孩子们的天性。小歌手们把学到的方法,通过实际练习生动地运用在作品上。演唱时,孩子们无邪的微笑,俏皮的表情令观众为之动容。正因此,巴黎男童合唱团的歌声里总是散发出一股纯净脱俗的特质,超脱于其他儿童合唱团之上。

 

Press Reviews

媒体评论

 

“…they are mellifluous and marvelous andwithout doubt the best choir. They are the voices of angels from Paris.”

“…他们的歌声甜美流畅、令人惊叹,是当之无愧的最好的童声合唱团。他们是来自巴黎的天使的声音。

Mainichi, Japan

日本《每日新闻》

 

“How can you not be attracted to such perfect harmony…”

你如何能够不为如此完美的天籁之声而动容…”

Le Dauphine Libere, France

法国《多芬解放报》

 

“Anyone will envy their perfect and amazing talents.”

他们完美而奇异的天分令人羡慕不已。

Der TagesSpiegel, Germany

德国《明镜日报》

 

 

 

演出曲目

Program

 

MusiqueSacrée

圣歌

KYRIE XI Chant Grégorien

垂怜经 格里高利圣咏

ICH WILLDEN HERRN LOBEN ALLEZEIT Telemann

我要赞美永远的耶和华 泰勒曼

AVE MARIA Caccini

圣母颂 卡契尼

STELLA SPLENDES                         LlibreVermell de Montserrat

闪耀的恒星                                         蒙特色拉特岛红书

O SALUTARIS HOSTIA Maritini

赎世羔羊(圣体咏) 马丁尼

SANCTUS P. Denais

三圣颂 P德奈

 

MusiqueClassique

古典

J’ENTENDS UNE CHANSON Steurlein

我听到一首歌 斯特雷

LE PETIT GARCON MALADE Poulenc

生病的小男孩 普朗克

L’ALPHABET Mozart

字母歌 莫扎特

MIGNONNE, ALLONS VOIR SI LA ROSE Sermisy

宝贝,去看那玫瑰 塞尔米西

BERCEUSE Mozart

摇篮曲 莫扎特

LA CIGALE ET LA FOURMI Mozart

知了和蚂蚁 莫扎特

 

----------------------intermission中场休息----------------

 

 

Musique Actuelle

当代

MUSIQUE UNIVERSELLE Pierrepont

全世界的音乐 皮埃尔蓬

FAIS COMME LOISEAU Michel Fugain

像一只小鸟 米歇尔·弗甘

LOISEAU ET LENFANT J.P. Cara

小鸟和孩子 J.P. 卡拉

VOIS SUR TON CHEMIN Bruno Coulais

遥望你的路途 布鲁诺·库列斯

CHANTER LA PAIX Cuillon-Myard

歌唱和平 吉永-米亚尔

 

MusiqueTradittionnelle

传统

CANON DE LA PAIX Tradittionnel scout

和平的枪炮 传统童子军歌

VENT FRAIS VENT DU MATIN

早晨清新的风

V’LA BON VENT Tradittionnel Canadien arr. J. Berthe

风起 传统加拿大歌曲 J贝尔特改编

 

Musique du Monde

世界

PLOVI Yougoslavie

 南斯拉夫

BAYA KUBO Iles

巴亚库伯 伊莱斯

A LA CLAIREFONTAINE CRéOLE Martinique

在克莱枫丹的克里奥尔人 马提尼克

LA FLOR DEL CARDON ARGENTINE

卡登的花 阿根廷

KALINKA Russie

卡琳卡 俄罗斯

 

*以实际演出为准 This programme is subject to change.

 

 

 

The Little Singers of Paris

(Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois)

 

In the summer of 1906, two young students, Pierre Martin and Paul Berthier (Father of the composer Jacques Berthier and grandfather of France Gall), were on vacation in the abbey of Tamié in Savoy. They came up a “dream” which plans to start a ma?trise (choir school) for child choristers that would travel from church to church, town to town, to carry the living testimony of the authentic tradition of religious music.

 

Their dream came true in the next year. Despite the lack of money, their enthusiasm brought them to settle in an old dwelling in Paris suburb and they started to receive their first scholar. 

 

This was the birth of Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois (The Little Singers of Paris). The first rehearsal took place on 10 January 1907 and the first concert was held in the Parish Church of the Kings of France, St-Germain l’Auxerrois in October in the same year. It was well-received by music lovers in Paris. Les Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois were soon become popular throughout France. In contrast to the music style in vogue at the time, the quality of the choir’s singing and the purity of the young voices aroused astonishment and enthusiasm in the audience.

 

The choristers were dressed in white albs and had a little wooden cross round their necks, which instilled a sobriety and were regarded as signs of the music revival. The legend of this choir school commenced.

 

Though the choir school was suffered from the ordeal of the First World War in 1914-1918, it did not hinder their faith. The school went on more determined than ever, once the war was over. In 1924, Abbé Maillet was appointed as the school’s director. A young priest with outstanding stature and full of faith, he immediately stamped his personal imprint in the life of Les Petits Chanteurs. Before that, the choir’s repertoire was exclusively religious works of the Gregorian and polyphonic music of the 15th and 16th centuries. He refreshed Les Petits Chanteurs by bringing a repertoire of popular songs in French or from foreign countries and other works by leading composers in time. Through expanding its repertoire, the Choir had reached a broader audience.

 

Abbé Maillet also brought Les Petits Chanteurs out of France, initially to neighboring countries, and then, in 1931, with an audacity unheard of in those days, to North America. Les Petits Chanteurs received a triumphant welcome in the United States and Canada. It was the beginning of the international and worldwide delegation covering today a total of 80 countries and four rounds of the world tours. The little choristers who take part in these trips have received only a period of training and preparation in school. Teachers who accompany the students teach them from time to time in the trip for a well-practiced routine and it requires the students a certain degree of discipline.

 

The “Little Singers” will leave the choir when they reach 15 years old and continue their education in secondary school. These “Little Singers” may have moments of nostalgia in the beginning of their new school life but with their wealth of experience and exceptional spirit of anticipation, they are open to face the future. Today as at the beginning, Les Petits Chanteurs are managed by collegial leadership, they continue their role of Little Singers of Peace, with Laura Zimmermann as the Music Director.