Peeter Cornet: Organ Works Arnaud Van de Cauter

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2018

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
14.09.2018

Label: Paraty

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

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  • Pieter Cornet (1575-1633):
  • 1Fantasia noni toni, MMN 810:57
  • 2Salve Regina, MMN 10: I. Salve02:03
  • 3Salve Regina, MMN 10: II. Ad te clamamus01:52
  • 4Salve Regina, MMN 10: III. Eia Ergo02:00
  • 5Salve Regina, MMN 10: IV. O Clemens01:56
  • 6Salve Regina, MMN 10: V. Pro Fine02:30
  • 7Courante, MMN 1207:14
  • 8Tantum ergo, MMN 1103:18
  • 9Toccata noni toni, MMN 103:47
  • 10Fantasia secundi toni, MMN 310:25
  • 11Regina Caeli, MMN 9: I. Regina Caeli01:51
  • 12Regina Caeli, MMN 9: II. Quia quem meruisti02:31
  • 13Regina Caeli, MMN 9: III. Resurrexit sicut dixit03:09
  • 14Regina Caeli, MMN 9: IV. Ora pro nobis02:35
  • 15Fantasia ottavi toni, MMN 706:15
  • 16Fantasia ottavi toni, MMN 602:33
  • 17Aria del Granduca, MMN 1703:26
  • 18Fantasia primi toni, MMN 210:40
  • Total Runtime01:19:02

Info zu Peeter Cornet: Organ Works

Little is known about Peeter Cornet’s biography. Only a few dates are available : he was probably born around 1575, was the organist in the musical chapel of Archdukes Albert and Isabelle at the Spanish court of Brussels, married Maria Cuypers in 1611 at Notre-Dame de la Chapelle in Brussels and was buried in Notre-Dame au Sablon in 1633. His compositions are of great quality, both contrapuntally and melodically. They give a glimpse into a rich personality and show great creativity. Flexibility and fluidity are fundamental components of the composer’s musical discourse, whose quality is comparable to that of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Francisco Correa de Arauxo, Girolamo Frescobaldi and all the other organists who make the splendour of the early seventeenth century organ repertoire."

Arnaud van de Cauter, organ




Arnaud Van de Cauter
is organist at Notre-Dame du Sablon, in Brussels. He studied in Belgium (H. Schoonbroodt – Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles), France (Jean Boyer – CNR Lille) and Germany (Harald Vogel – Noorddeutsche Orgelakademie).

Lecturer in keyboard harmony at the Conservatoire royal de Musique de Mons, Arnaud Van de Cauter teaches organ at the Académie Saint-Grégoire de Tournai and at the Académie de Musique de Rixensart. Passionate teacher, he is also in charge of the organ examination at the IMEP (Institut Supérieur de Musique et de Pédagogie – Namur) and teaches history of music at the ICHEC Culturesin Brussels. Founder and artistic director of the festival Orgue d’Août, he has overseen the organisation of ancient music concerts in Notre-Dame de la Chapelle in Brussels (www.placedelachappelle.org) since 1997. As a performer, he regularly plays in Belgium and abroad, both as soloist or in ensemble. He was invited by numerous festivals and concert organisers, including BOZAR, the Festival de Wallonie, theFestival d’Avignon and Toulouse-les-Orgues.



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