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The Pro Musica Antiqua, Brussels, Les Paraphonistes De St-Jean Des Matines - Gregorian Chant To The 13th Century mp3

  • Performer: The Pro Musica Antiqua, Brussels, Les Paraphonistes De St-Jean Des Matines
  • Title: Gregorian Chant To The 13th Century
  • Size MP3 ver: 2352 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2753 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1954
  • Style: Medieval
  • # Catalog: AS-1
  • Label: L'Anthologie Sonore
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Genre: Classic
The Pro Musica Antiqua, Brussels, Les Paraphonistes De St-Jean Des Matines - Gregorian Chant To The 13th Century mp3

Tracklist

1Alpine Benediction: "O Lobä!"
2Virelai
Composed By – Adam De La Halle
3Rondeau: "Li Dous Regards"
Composed By – Adam De La Halle
4Secular Motet: "Au Tens Pascour"
5Minnesinger's Song: "Ich Sezte Minen Vuoz"
6Minnesinger's Song: "Oh Aller Mynne"
Composed By – Meister Rumelant
7Respond-Gradual
8English Gymel-Conductus: "Alleluia"
9Easter Alleluia
10Organum Duplum: "Deum Time"
Composed By – Léonin
11Minnesinger's Song: Kreuzfahrelied
Composed By – Walther Von Der Vogelweide
12Two Melismas And Estampie
13Troubadour's Song: "A L'Entrant D'Esté"
Composed By – Blondel De Nesle
14Conductus Of St. Louis: "Transfretasse"
15Conductus: "Deus Misertus"
16Organum Triplum: "Diffusa Est Gratia"
Composed By – Pérotin
17Church Motet: "A La Clarte
18Troubadour's Song: "Ja Nuns Hons Pris"
Composed By – Richard Coeur-de-Lion
19Instrumental Trio
20Troubadour's Song: "Quand Voi An La Fin D'Estey"
Composed By – Perrin d'Agincourt

Credits

  • Art DirectionCurt Sachs
  • Cover, DesignJoseph Low

Notes

This is record 1 of set of five records.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout ((Side 1) Stamped): XTV20134-1D
  • Matrix / Runout ((Side 2) Stamped): XTV20135-1C

Companies

  • Manufactured By – The Haydn Society, Inc.
  • Distributed By – The Haydn Society, Inc.

Album

Composed By Pérotin. Conductus Of St. Louis: Transfretasse. Conductus: Deus Misertus. Two Melismas And Estampie. Alpine Benediction: O Lobä . L'Anthologie Sonore: Volume 1 Gregorian Chant to the 16th Century, Record 1: Gregorian Chant to the 13th Century. Various Composer, Safford Cape Conductor, Guillaume de Van Conductor, The Pro Musica Antiqua Society, Brussels Performer, La Paraphonistes de St-Jean des Matines Performer & 2 more. Available from these sellers. Special offers and product promotions. Rorate caeli desuper, introit in mode 4 for the 4th Sunday in Advent. Gregorian Chant. Pro Cantione Antiqua, James O'Donnell. Gregorian chant is the central tradition of Western plainchant, a form of monophonic, unaccompanied sacred song in Latin and occasionally Greek of the Roman Catholic Church. Gregorian chant developed mainly in western and central Europe during the 9th and 10th centuries, with later additions and redactions. Paléographie musicale: Les principaux manuscrits de chant grégorien, ambrosien, mozarabe, gallican Solesmes: Abbaye-Saint-Pierre, vol. 1 of Paléographie musicale Solesmes, facsimile of MS St Gall 339 vols. I1820 Berne: Lang, 196983. Huglo, Michel, Les Livres de chant liturgique, Typologie des sources du Moyen Âge occidental 52 Turnhout: Brepols, 1988. Huglo, Michel, Les Manuscrits du Processional, Répertoire internationale des sources musicales BXIV12 Munich: Henle, 1999 and 2004. Levy, Kenneth, Gregorian Chant and the Carolingians Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998. The Tradition of Gregorian Chant - Coro de Monjes de la Abadía de Santo Domingo de Silos, Benedictine Abbey Choir of Munsterschwarzach, Cappella Musicale del Duomo di Milano. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Pro Musica Antiqua de Bruxelles: The First Book of Ayres: No. 8, Burst Forth, My Tears, The First Book of Ayres: No. 2, Whoever Thinks or Hopes of Love for Love, The First Book of Ayres: No. 18, His Golden Locks Time Hath to Silver Turned и другие песни. By the 9th century the Gallican rite and chant had effectively been eliminated, although not without local resistance. The Gregorian chant of the Sarum Rite displaced Celtic chant. Ambrosian chant alone survived to the present day, preserved in Milan due to the musical reputation and ecclesiastical authority of St. Gregorian chant eventually replaced the local chant tradition of Rome itself, which is now known as Old Roman chant. In the 10th century, virtually no musical manuscripts were being notated in Italy. Gregorian chant as plainchant experienced a popular resurgence during the New Age music and world music movements of the 1980s and '90s. Anthology Of Their Greatest Works - Noah Greenberg, New York Pro Musica Antiqua, Blanche Winogram. Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS Messe de Nostre-Dame: Sanctus Les Paraphonistes de Saint-Jean-des-Matines, Guillaume de Van Machaut: Messe de


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