The fourth album of Vox Nostra is a collection of songs by the author. Closer to the tradition these arrangements are simple and ample. Polyphony and polytonality we can hear give us an elaborate music, modern, and both placed in the culture of the twentieth century. A real work on the sound of words and the writing of the French language.
The third album of Vox Nostra is in French in texts written by the composer. Again, nature and human condition are sung by symbolic texts. Songs arranged in a jazz texture and neoclassicism. A wide variety of colors, rich and powerful harmonies, unpublished. The instruments and the voices are in constant dialogue like a modern opera.
A second album written in Latin by the composer this time. Nature, thinking about life and forces are the basis of the texts. There appear in cycles of good and evil, darkness and light. Always a lyric choir for four voices, long passages where the music blends with the lyrics.
The first album of Vox Nostra is a free musical setting of liturgical texts in Latin. A chorus of four voices, counterpoint, simple air and inspired songs, sometimes tempestuous moods, or deep.