12 great pieces for Viola and Piano, full of tenderness and humour. One of them is ironically named "Covid-19"...
3 beautiful and delicate samples of post-Messiaen piano writing. Dedicated to Michel Merlet
Eight short pieces in modern style for Viola and Piano.
A moving journey in the mind of an innocent person imprisoned by error. Text by Guillaume Apolilinaire, music by Patrick Loiseleur.
An 21st century hommage to César Franck
What could you say to someone who is using your own words as weapons against you ? That's the question asked by this dramatic song filled with love and anger.
Eight short songs for high voice and piano, in modern style.
The very first published work of Patrick Loiseleur. "On the verge of the Source..."
The Morning of the 7th Day... with 7-notes chords and 7-beat rhythms, this piece conveys a feeling of serenity and harmony.
Minimalist yet touching in its simplicity...
Each piece is associated to one verse of the Beatitudes. A highly spiritual and inspired cycle !
The fanciful scales of this Lullaby will drive you mad before long ! Sweet dreams
"Et Verbum caro factum est" (And the Word became Flesh). Nobuhiro Okada wrote this song on the first verses of the Gospel according to John. In this piece modern harmonies meets Christian tradition with a delicate Japanese touch.
"Annuntiatio". The second of the twelve Sacrae Cantiones of Nobuhiro Okada is devoted to the Annunciation.
"Puer natus est nobis". The third of the twelve Sacrae Cantionesof Nobuhiro Okada tells the universal story of Jesus Christ's birth using the traditional latin text, with a very personal touch.
Commissionned by L'Oiseleur des Lonchamps for his album Chevauchées Lyriques, hailed the critics as a great modern work.
A song about absolute, inconsolable despair on a 16th century poem by Philippe Desportes. The French baritone L'Oiseleur des Lonchamps premiered this song in 2012.
A song about absolute, inconsolable despair on a 16th century poem by Philippe Desportes. for Baritone, Violin, Cello and Piano. Written for the french baritone L'Oiseleur des Lonchamps who premiered this song in 2012.
From sadness and anger to wisdom and hope, a powerful emotional journey inspired by the horrific invasion of Ukraine. To show our solidarity with Ukrainian people, this score will remain free to download until all the territory of Ukraine has been liberated.
Another song about non-reciprocal love feelings ! Sung by the Baritone like a sweet lullaby with a pinch of self-mockery.
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