Guillaume Faugues (before 1442-after 1471) - A discography

This discography is presently in a preliminary state. It is believed to contain a substantial percentage of an eventual full listing, but has not been scoured for completeness or organized into sections based on individual works. It should prove informative nonetheless.

Discographic material below has been collected to this stage with substantial help from Pierre-F. Roberge.

Todd M. McComb

Discography

Original releases

(or first known)

  1. Astrée (Naïve) E 8883
    Léonard de Vinci
    L'Harmonie du monde
    Doulce mémoire - Denis Raisin Dadre, dir.

  2. Collegium Records JE 109 / 110 [LPx2]
    Missa "L'Homme armé"
    A composite with the Proper for the Common of Doctors of the Church, and instrumental interludes
    The Columbia University Collegium Musicum - R. Taruskin, dir.

  3. Opus 111 30-222
    Vox Aurea
    Ockeghem: Motets / Faugues: Missa La basse danse
    Obsidienne - Emmanuel Bonnardot

  4. ORF CD 3025 [SACD hybrid]
    Guillaume Faugues: Paradise regained Missa le Serviteur – Missa Je suis en la mer
    The Sound and the Fury

  5. ORF "Alte Musik" 3115 [CDx2]
    Guillaume Faugues 2
    Paradise Regained
    The Sound and the Fury

  6. Zig-Zag Territoires 314
    La Porte de Félicité
    Constantinople 1453, entre Orient et Occident
    Doulce Mémoire - Denis Raisin Dadre / Ensemble Kudsi Erguner

Reissues

(or otherwise duplicated)

  1. Naïve "Monum," V4901
    20 siècles en Cathédrales
    Various performers


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