In the ensemble toured Europe to acclaim, at one point singing with the Vienna Boys Choir. There was a high degree of improvisation in the performances, based around traditional song forms.
The Sanctus is based on a Kiluba farewell song. In the choir made a concert tour of Europe, performing in Belgium, Holland, and Germany. Since the Missa Luba was created in , it is highly probable that the mass was set especially for performance on the concert tour. Haben: Suchen: Durchschnittl. Bewertung: 3. Thoughts on Record von bizar. My Vinyl von ramennoodley. A Clockwork Orange von vinyl-slinger. Percussion Breaks Poetry NY70 von ndfhatfield. Katumbo Dance.
Banana Soldiers Song. Twai Tshinaminai Work Song. Agnus Dei. Les Troubadours Du Roi Baudouin. Philips , Philips , Philips. The Missa Luba was the most successful of many world music Masses created in the s and s. This program was retained for reissues throughout the early s, including the first U.
Philips capitalised on the exposure the music received in If Some twelve-inch LP versions of the album issued later in the s contained additional material from the sessions, including:. No single issue has brought all of this material together. The most complete version is The Original Missa Luba and Songs from the Congo released by Universal in , which contains an expanded program of twenty-two Congolese songs and the Missa Luba , but omits several of the previously released songs and the other three sacred pieces.
The Troubadours' recording of the Missa Luba has also been reissued in various couplings with the Misa Criolla , Misa Flamenca , and Messe des Savanes performed by other artists. Seya Wa Mama Ndalamba. Twai Tshinaminai. Agnus Dei. Les Troubadours Du Roi Baudouin. Philips , Philips , Philips. Sell This Version. Philips , Philips.May 20, · In , after a visit from the new King Baldwin of Belgium, for whom the choir sang, they were honored with the title "Les Troubadours du Roi Baudouin." They were soon invited to sing at the World Exhibition in Brussels, Belgium, the first "World's Fair" held after World War II/5(30).