March 31, 2017
Live Concert

Mater Dolorosa (Our Lady Of Sorrows) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

  • 03:19
    Quis Dabit Capiti Meo (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 03:06
    Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Mem By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 05:41
    Stabat Iuxta Crucem (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 05:35
    Ivan Moody: Troparion De Kassiani By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 02:29
    Cum Transisset Sabbatum (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 04:08
    Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Taw By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 03:39
    Heu, Quantus Est Noster Dolor (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 05:41
    Alleluya V / Dulce Lignum (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 03:19
    Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Nun By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 06:15
    Tu Es Pater; Heu Me Misera (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 06:39
    Sedit Angelus (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 02:54
    Victimae Pascali Laudes (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 03:22
    Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Aleph By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 01:25
    Ave Verum By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 03:17
    Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Yod By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 03:21
    Mater Patris Et Filia By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 03:41
    O Maria, O Maria, In Veritate (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 03:37
    Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Mem By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
  • 04:23
    Ave Maris Stella (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble
Eglise des Billettes, Paris

Musical interpretations of the resurrection story

At the Église des Billettes in Paris, a concert using only female voices explores the moment Mary and the other women discovers Jesus’s empty tomb. This concert celebrates the women who were the first witnesses of the resurrection of Christ. Throughout the concert we hear works by modern composer Caroline Marçot and Ivan Moody. Chants from throughout the age are sung in-between each of the modern works, beginning with anonymously written Quis dabit capiti meo. After this we hear Marçot’s first Femmes au tombeau work, Mem. Stabat iuxta crucem is followed by Ivan Moody’s Troparion de Casein, then the anonymously written Cum transisset sabbatum. The next of Marçot’s work, Taw, is followed by two chants Heu, quantus est noster dolor and Alleluya V / Dulce lignum, before her next work, Nun, is played. Four anonymous works follow: Tu es Pater, Heu me misera, Sedit Angelus and Victimae Pascali laudes. In between Marçot’s next works, Aleph, You and Mem, are more chants. Ave Verum; Mater Patris et Filia; O Maria O Maria In veritate; and Ave maris Stella round off this sombre concert. Experience this holy tribute to the female voice.

Quis Dabit Capiti Meo (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Mem By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Stabat Iuxta Crucem (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Ivan Moody: Troparion De Kassiani By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Cum Transisset Sabbatum (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Taw By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Heu, Quantus Est Noster Dolor (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Alleluya V / Dulce Lignum (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Nun By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Tu Es Pater; Heu Me Misera (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Sedit Angelus (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Victimae Pascali Laudes (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Aleph By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Ave Verum By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Yod By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Mater Patris Et Filia By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

O Maria, O Maria, In Veritate (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Caroline Marçot: Femmes Au Tombeau: Mem By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

Ave Maris Stella (Anonymous) By The Mora Vocis Ensemble

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