Grégory Notebaert

Grégory Notebaert

Grégory Notebaert, known as Grégory Hoàng Phúc Notebaert, born in 1975 in Paris, is a French composer from the north of France.

Writing mainly contemporary religious music, he has composed numerous sacred music, vocal and instrumental works, particularly for the Harmonia Sacra chamber choir.

He participated in the renewal of liturgical music in France within the ACCREL organization and was responsible for the Liturgical Music Commission of the Diocese of Cambrai and musical director of the diocesan choir and orchestra from 2004 to 2009. He has among others composed of many psalms during this period.

Between 2001 and 2010, he is part of the Baroque vocal ensemble Harmonia Sacra as bass singer and composed several works for the ensemble.

Resident in Vietnam since 2011, he devotes himself to his work of composition, and development of choral music in Vietnam. He thus integrates the Ho Chi Minh City opera choir in 2015 as a linguistic coach and chorister.

In 2016, he became assistant musical director of the International Choir of Ho Chi Minh City and created the Saigon Chamber Consort, the first baroque chamber choir in Vietnam, of which he is the musical director.

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Mass of Saint Roch
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Mass of Saint Roch – Agnus Dei
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Mass of Saint Roch – Alleluia
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Mass of Saint Roch – Gloria
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Mass of Saint Roch – Penitential Act
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Mass of Saint Roch – Sanctus
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Mélancolie for Alto Saxophone and Organ
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Messe du Royaume – Agnus Dei
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Messe du Royaume – Gloria

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Toi qui as entendu

I composed Toi qui as entendu very recently, after discovering this wonderful poem by Odile Riondet at the yearly general assembly of ACCREL. Inspired by the Gospel of John, chapter 3, it is meant to be used for baptisms or for the second week of easter and is built around a single word: “Chante !” (“Sing!” in French).

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