Messe aux chapelles (N°7)- Gounod- Choeur et orgue
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In his mass, Gounod renounces to set the Credo to music, which must be sung by the community itself.
The characteristic tendency of Gounod's declamatory style to adapt the motifs to the rhythm of the words and to keep the natural spoken rhythm by placing the recitation on a single note is revealed as early as the Kyrie; Gounod uses the same process at the beginning of the Gloria.
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