Grand Prix du Disque for Ancient Music

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The Grand Prix du Disque for Ancient Music is a French award for excellence in ancient music, awarded by the Académie Charles Cros.

The following is a partial list of winners:

2003[edit]

  • Choeur de Chambre de Namur/La Fenice conducted by Jean Tubéry for their recording of Matheo Romero: Office pour l'ordre de la Toison d'Or.

2004[edit]

  • Ensemble Gilles Binchois for their recording of Dominique Vellard: Pérotin et l'École de Notre-Dame.
  • Ensemble Cantus Figuratus and Ensemble les Haulz et les Bas for their recording of Pedro de Escobar: Missa in Granada and Penalosa.

See also[edit]

Grand Prix du Disque