Notes & Reviews:
This budget-priced reissue is one of the crowning glories of harmonia mundi's René Jacobs catalog. It features the Lamentations of Jeremiah as envisioned by Marc-Antoine Charpentier - the most Italianate composer of the Grand Siècle. Released for the first time in 1986, this recording has become established as the essential benchmark in this repertory.
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