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10 nouveaux petits choeurs pour voix égales

10 nouveaux petits choeurs pour voix égales

(Code: A135300069)

Patrice Bernard was born in 1952, in Casablanca. He teaches at the Conservatoire à rayonnement regional in Paris. He composed many songs intended to be performed on stage, in a concert, on the radio and in movies. “De si jolies réclames” for mixed choir won a prize in Tours’ composition competition, in 1991. “La Muzaraigne” (CA 90) for mixed choirs was based on the text of “Contes drôlatique” by Honoré de Balzac. He set to music Andrée Chedid’s poem “Grammaire en fête” and he won the first prize in March 2003, in composition of unaccompanied composition for equal voices. He set to music Paul Éluard’s poem “Le château des pauvres” and Michelle Roustan’s poem “C’est si beau la terre.” He won the 2nd prize to the competition of instrumental accompaniment organized by À Coeur Joie and Éditions À Coeur Joie in partnership with the Ministry of Culture. The Éditions À Coeur Joie published other works by Patrice Bernard based on poems by Jacques Poitevin: a musical tale for the Epiphany entitled “La tunique de Raïcha” and 10 choral songs for equal voices.

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Voici les choses de la vie (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
Coquelicot (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
Mes chats (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
Petit orme (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
À tire-d'aile (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
L’escargot à plumes (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
S’il vous plaît (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
Allô (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
La pie, le prince et le pinson (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)
La goutte d'eau (Patrice Bernard/ Jacques Poitevin)


Patrice Bernard was born in 1952, in Casablanca. He teaches at the Conservatoire à rayonnement regional in Paris. He composed many songs intended to be performed on stage, in a concert, on the radio and in movies. “De si jolies réclames” for mixed choir won a prize in Tours’ composition competition, in 1991. “La Muzaraigne” (CA 90) for mixed choirs was based on the text of “Contes drôlatique” by Honoré de Balzac. He set to music Andrée Chedid’s poem “Grammaire en fête” and he won the first prize in March 2003, in composition of unaccompanied composition for equal voices. He set to music Paul Éluard’s poem “Le château des pauvres” and Michelle Roustan’s poem “C’est si beau la terre.” He won the 2nd prize to the competition of instrumental accompaniment organized by À Coeur Joie and Éditions À Coeur Joie in partnership with the Ministry of Culture. The Éditions À Coeur Joie published other works by Patrice Bernard based on poems by Jacques Poitevin: a musical tale for the Epiphany entitled “La tunique de Raïcha” and 10 choral songs for equal voices.