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Ludus Modalis  

Ludus Modalis  LUDUS MODALIS is a professional ensemble of five to twelve singers formed around the tenor Bruno Boterf. The group focuses principally on polyphonic Renaissance and early-Baroque repertoire, with incursions into contemporary music. Apart from the absence of a conductor in the standard sense, the ensemble's specificity and its "sound blend" are the fruits of thorough-going attention to the parameters of a capella polyphony: the development of an intonation aimed towards achieving a clarity of natural intervals; the attention paid to the text on the basis of the declamation and historical pronunciation; and the richness of the sonority achieved through the use of a variety of vocal timbres and colours, as well as a subtle mix of female, male, and even children's voices. Ludus Modalis has been invited to perform during regular concert seasons and important festivals throughout Europe and Canada.

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Mignonne allons voir si la Rose

Guillaume Costeley
Mignonne allons voir si la Rose

Spiritual and Amorous Songs in Renaissance France

Ludus Modalis
Bruno Boterf, direction

5 Diapasons


Catalogue No.: RAM 1301
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Claude Le Jeune, Dix Pseaumes de David

Claude Le Jeune
Dix Pseaumes de David

Ludus Modalis
Bruno Boterf, direction

Diapason d'Or

4 étoiles classica

Preis der deutschen Schallplatenkritik

Catalogue No.: RAM 1005
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Paschal de L'Estocart, Deux coeurs aimants

Paschal de L'Estocart
Deux cœurs aimants

Chansons, Ode, Psalms and Motets with 3 to 7 voices



Ludus Modalis
Bruno Boterf, direction

Diapason d'Or

Le Monde de la Musique, 4 étoiles


Catalogue No.: RAM 0703
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