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1. Membra Jesu Nostri, Buxwv 75: I. Ad Pedes. Ecce Super Montes
2. Membra Jesu Nostri, Buxwv 75: II. Ad Genua. Ad Uber Portabimini
3. Membra Jesu Nostri, Buxwv 75: III. Ad Manus. Quid Sunt Plagae Istae
4. Membra Jesu Nostri, Buxwv 75: IV. Ad Latus. Surge Amica Mea
5. Membra Jesu Nostri, Buxwv 75: V. Ad Pectus. Sicut Modo Geniti Infantes
6. Membra Jesu Nostri, Buxwv 75: VI. Ad Cor. Vulnerasti Cor Meum
7. Membra Jesu Nostri, Buxwv 75: VII. Ad Faciem. Illustra Faciem Tuam
8. Fried- Und Freudreiche Hinfahrt, Buxwv 76:
9. Muß Der Tod Denn Auch Entbinden (Klag-Lied)
10. Fried- Und Freudreiche Hinfahrt, Buxwv 76:
11. Mit Fried Und Freud Ich Fahr Dahin 1
12. Erbarm Dich Mein, O Herre Gott, SWV 447 1
13. Da Jesus An Dem Kreuze Stund, SWV 478: I. Introitus 1
14. Da Jesus An Dem Kreuze Stund, SWV 478: II. Symphonia 1
15. Da Jesus An Dem Kreuze Stund, SWV 478: III. Die Sieben Worte 1
16. Da Jesus An Dem Kreuze Stund, SWV 478: IV. Symphonia 1
17. Da Jesus An Dem Kreuze Stund, SWV 478: V. Conclusio 1
18. Lamentum Eller en Sorge-Music: I. Aria 1
19. Lamentum Eller en Sorge-Music: II. Öde-Gudinnornas Swar 1
20. Lamentum Eller en Sorge-Music: III. Aria 1
21. Herzlich Lieb Hab Ich Dich, O Herr, Buxwv 41

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Since it's formation in 2008, the Ensemble Correspondances has devoted itself chiefly to French sacred music of the seventeenth century. Brought together by Sébastien Daucé during their studies at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique (CNSM) de Lyon, the musicians of Correspondances pursue this work (focusing notably on Marc-Antoine Charpentier) with infectious enthusiasm today.