L'Oiseau-Lyre: Medieval and Renaissance

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Annotation

Limited edition compilation of L'Oiseau-Lyre medieval and renaissance releases.

Annotation last modified on 2018-05-13 17:22 UTC.

Tracklist

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CD 1: Music for Holy Week
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Hymn: Vexilla Regis
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]4:01
2Maundy Thursday: Introit and Kyrie
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]3:57
3Maundy Thursday: Gradual
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]2:46
4Maundy Thursday: Offertory
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]5:36
5Maundy Thursday: Sanctus
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]0:55
6Maundy Thursday: Communion
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]2:54
7Good Friday: First Responsory
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]5:43
8Good Friday: Second Responsory
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]8:38
9Good Friday: Improperia
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]6:42
10Antiphon: Ecce Lignum Crucis
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]1:48
11Antiphon: Crucem Tuam
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]1:02
12Antiphon: Cum Fabricator Mundi
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]4:32
13Responsorial Hymn: Crux Fidelis / Pange Lingua
orchestra:
Schola Antiqua (New York, 1970s)
conductor:
R. John Blackley and Barbara Katherine Jones (co-director, Schola Antiqua)
[anonymous]12:52
CD 2: Ce Diabolic Chant - Ballades, Rondeaus, and Virelais of the late fourteenth century
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1Prophilias, un des nobles de Roume
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra and performer:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
Johannes Suzoy2:19
2À l'arbre sec puis estre comparé
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
recording of:
À l'arbre sec puis estre comparé
composer:
Johannes Suzoy (sometimes Jehan Suzay)
Johannes Suzoy1:31
3Pictagoras, Jabol et Orpheüs
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London (in 1982-01)
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
recording of:
Pictagoras, Jabol et Orpheus (in 1982-01)
composer:
Johannes Suzoy (sometimes Jehan Suzay)
Johannes Suzoy3:30
4Je me merveil / J'ay pluseurs fois
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
Jacob Senleches3:47
5En ce gracieux tamps joli
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
recording of:
En ce gracieux tamps (in 1982-01)
composer:
Jacob de Senleches (in 1380)
Jacob Senleches2:16
6Fuions de ci, fuions, povre compaingne
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
Jacob Senleches3:12
7Dieux gart qui bien le chantera
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
recording of:
Dieu gart qui bien le chantera (in 1982-01)
composer:
Guido de Lange (14th century composer)
Guido7:36
8Or voit tout en aventure
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
Guido3:06
9La Harpe de melodie
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
producer:
Peter Wadland (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London (in 1982-01)
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) (in 1982-01) and Timothy Davies (in 1982-01)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
recording of:
La harpe de mélodie (virelai) (in 1982-01)
composer:
Jaquemin de Senleches (composer)
Jacob Senleches3:38
10En attendant esperance conforte
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
Jacob Senleches3:45
11Tel me voit et me regarde
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
Jacob Senleches3:22
12Si con cy gist mon cuer en grief martire
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
recording of:
Si con cy gist mon cuer en grief martire (in 1982-01)
writer:
Johannes Olivier
Johannes Olivier2:00
13Le Sault perilleux a l'aventure prins
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
recording of:
Le sault perilleux à l'aventure prins (ballade à 3 voix)
composer:
Johannes Galiot (active 14th century)
Johannes Galiot2:05
14En atendant d'avoir la douce vie
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
Johannes Galiot7:28
15En Albion de fluns environee
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
[anonymous]2:54
16Se j'ay perdu toute ma part
engineer:
John Pellowe (audio engineer) (in 1982-01)
orchestra:
The Medieval Ensemble of London
conductor:
Peter Davies (director of Medieval Ensemble of London) and Timothy Davies
recorded at:
Kinsway Hall, Holborn in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1982-01)
[anonymous]9:06
CD 3: Carmina Burana, Vol. 1
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1In Gedeonis area (CB 37)
baritone vocals [ensemble]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01) and Allan Parkes (baritone) (in 1986-01)
bass vocals [ensemble]:
Simon Grant (bass-baritone) (in 1986-01)
solo tenor vocals [tenor]:
Andrew King (operatic tenor) (in 1986-01)
soprano vocals [ensemble]:
Tessa Bonner (soprano) (in 1986-01), Catherine Bott (soprano) (in 1986-01) and Sally Dunkley (soprano) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
In Gedeonis area (in 1986-01)
part of:
Carmina Veris et Amoris and Carmina Burana (number: 37)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]4:27
2Homo, quo vigeas vide! (CB 22)
bass vocals [ensemble]:
Simon Grant (bass-baritone) (in 1986-01)
solo baritone vocals [baritone]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
tenor vocals [ensemble]:
Andrew King (operatic tenor) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Homo quo vigeas (in 1986-01)
part of:
Carmina Moralia et Divina and Carmina Burana (number: 22)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
recording of:
Homo quo vigeas
part of:
Carmina Moralia et Divina and Carmina Burana (number: 22)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]3:43
3Ecce torpet probitas (CB 3)
solo soprano vocals [soprano]:
Catherine Bott (soprano) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Ecce torpet probitas (in 1986-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 3), Carmina Moralia and Cambridge University Library MS Ff.I.17(1)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]7:15
4Nomen a solemnibus (CB 52)
baritone vocals [ensemble]:
Allan Parkes (baritone) (in 1986-01)
bass vocals [ensemble]:
Simon Grant (bass-baritone) (in 1986-01)
solo baritone vocals [baritone]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
tenor vocals [ensemble]:
Andrew King (operatic tenor) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Nomen a solemnibus (in 1986-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Gulatorum et Potatorum, Carmina Moralia et Divina and Carmina Burana (number: 52)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]4:35
5Planctus ante nescia (CB 14)
solo soprano vocals [soprano]:
Catherine Bott (soprano) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Planctus ante nescia (in 1986-01)
writer:
Godefroy de Breteuil (carmina burana. c.1130-c.1194, sub-prior to Abbey of Saint-Victor, Paris)
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 14)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]10:44
6Michi confer, venditor (CB 16)
solo baritone vocals [baritone]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
solo soprano vocals [soprano]:
Catherine Bott (soprano) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Michi confer venditor (in 1986-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Veris et Amoris and Carmina Burana (number: 16*)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]2:48
7Olim sudor Herculis (CB 63)
bass vocals [ensemble]:
Simon Grant (bass-baritone) (in 1986-01)
solo baritone vocals [baritone]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
soprano vocals [ensemble]:
Tessa Bonner (soprano) (in 1986-01), Catherine Bott (soprano) (in 1986-01) and Sally Dunkley (soprano) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Olim sudor Herculis (in 1986-01)
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Veris et Amoris and Carmina Burana (number: 63)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]9:35
8Procurans odium (CB 12)
baritone vocals [ensemble]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
bass vocals [ensemble]:
Simon Grant (bass-baritone) (in 1986-01)
tenor vocals [ensemble]:
Andrew King (operatic tenor) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Procurans odium (in 1986-01)
part of:
Carmina Amoris Infelicis, Carmina Amoris Infelicis, Carmina Burana (number: 12) and Carmina Moralia et Divina
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]1:54
9Dulce solum (CB 119)
solo baritone vocals [baritone]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Dulce solum (in 1986-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 119)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]5:27
10Axe Phebus aureo (CB 71)
solo soprano vocals [soprano]:
Catherine Bott (soprano) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Axe Phebus aureo (in 1986-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Amoris Infelicis, Carmina Amoris Infelicis and Carmina Burana (number: 71)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]3:23
11Alte clamat Epicurus (CB 211)
solo baritone vocals [baritone]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Alte clamat Epicurus (Carmina Burana) (in 1986-01)
part of:
Carmina Gulatorum et Potatorum and Carmina Burana (number: 211)
parody version of:
Palästinalied
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]6:05
12Exiit diluculo (CB 90)
solo soprano vocals [soprano]:
Tessa Bonner (soprano) (in 1986-01) and Catherine Bott (soprano) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Exiit diluculo (in 1986-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Veris et Amoris and Carmina Burana (number: 90)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]1:55
13Hiemali tempore (CB 203)
baritone vocals [ensemble]:
Allan Parkes (baritone) (in 1986-01)
bass vocals [ensemble]:
Simon Grant (bass-baritone) (in 1986-01)
solo baritone vocals [baritone]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
tenor vocals [ensemble]:
Andrew King (operatic tenor) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Hiemali tempore (in 1986-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 203)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]3:47
14Tempus est iocundum (CB 179)
baritone vocals [ensemble]:
Allan Parkes (baritone) (in 1986-01)
bass vocals [ensemble]:
Simon Grant (bass-baritone) (in 1986-01)
solo baritone vocals [baritone]:
Michael George (operatic bass) (in 1986-01)
soprano vocals [ensemble]:
Tessa Bonner (soprano) (in 1986-01), Catherine Bott (soprano) (in 1986-01) and Sally Dunkley (soprano) (in 1986-01)
tenor vocals [ensemble]:
Andrew King (operatic tenor) (in 1986-01)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1986-01)
performer:
New London Consort (in 1986-01)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
The Decca Record Company, London (for copyrights use only!) (in 1987)
recorded at:
Henry Wood Hall (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1986-01)
recording of:
Tempus est iocundum (in 1986-01)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 179)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
[anonymous]3:14
CD 4: Llibre Vermell of Montserrat - Pilgrim Songs and Dances
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1O Virgo splendens
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
O Virgo splendens
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]7:18
2Stella splendens
orchestra:
New London Consort (in 1990-11)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1990-11)
recorded at:
Temple Church in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1990-11)
recording of:
Stella splendens (in 1990-11)
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]7:37
3Laudemus Virginem
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
Laudemus virginem
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
medley of:
Splendens ceptigera
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]5:17
4Mariam Matrem Virginem
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
Mariam, matrem virginem, attolite (Llibre Vermell de Montserrat)
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]4:45
5Polorum regina
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
Polorum regina omnium nostra
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]2:35
6Cuncti simus concanentes
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
Cuncti simus concanentes
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]9:36
7Splendens ceptigera
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
Splendens ceptigera
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]5:10
8Los set goyts
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
Los set gotxs recomptarem (Llibre Vermell de Montserrat)
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]10:51
9Imperayritz de la ciutat joyosa
orchestra:
New London Consort (in 1990-11)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (in 1990-11)
recorded at:
Temple Church in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1990-11)
recording of:
Imperayritz de la ciutat joyosa (in 1990-11)
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]10:40
10Ad mortem festinamus
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
Ad mortem festinamus (Llibre Vermell de Montserrat)
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Llibre Vermell
[anonymous]5:59
CD 5: The Feast of Fools
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1First Vespers: Lux Hodie
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]0:39
2First Vespers: Orientis partibus
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
recording of:
Orientis partibus
composer:
Anonyme de Beauvais (XIIth century) (Special Purpose Artist)
[anonymous]2:31
3First Vespers: Veni doctor previe
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]5:27
4First Vespers: Hec est clara dies
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:33
5Music from the Office: Festa Januaria
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]0:52
6Music from the Office: Verbum patris humanatur
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:37
7Music from the Office: Salvatoris hodie
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]6:27
8The Drinking Bout in the Cathedral Porch: Kalendas Ianuaris
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]3:08
9Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Dies festa colitur
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]3:01
10Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Kyrie asini
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:29
11Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Lux optata claruit
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]3:35
12Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Gambler's prayer/malediction
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:39
13Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Orientis partibus (Conductus Subdiaconi ad Epistolum)
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:23
14Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Gradual Bachi
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]0:47
15Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Sequentia: Vinum bonum
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:49
16Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Quantas Bachi
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:37
17Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Hunc diem/Ite missa est/Deo gratias
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:14
18Mass of the Asses, Drunkards and Gamblers: Tityri tu patule
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:03
19Music from the Office: Hac in die salutari
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:31
20Music from the Office: Procedenti puero
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]5:04
21Music from the Office: Notem fecit Dominus
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:39
22Music from the Office: Verbum patris hodie
orchestra and performer:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:16
23Second Vespers - The Ceremony of the Baculus: Deus in adjutorum
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:26
24Second Vespers - The Ceremony of the Baculus: Magnificat
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:29
25Second Vespers - The Ceremony of the Baculus: Anni novi novitas
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:51
26Second Vespers - The Ceremony of the Baculus: Baculi sollempnia
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]0:39
27Second Vespers - The Ceremony of the Baculus: Gregis pastor Tityrus
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]3:55
28Second Vespers - The Ceremony of the Baculus: Tityri tu patule (Conductus ad Poculum)
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:00
29The Banquet: Novus annus dies magnus
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:18
30The Banquet: Hac in anni janua
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]3:25
31Processional: Verbum Caro
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:56
CD 6: The Pilgrimage to Santiago - Navarre and Castille
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1Cantigas de Santa Maria: Quen a Virgen ben servira
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
Alfonso X el Sabio8:23
2Burgos Codex de Las Huelgas 12/13th Century Iberian Manuscript: Belial Vocatur
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:10
3Burgos Codex de Las Huelgas 12/13th Century Iberian Manuscript: Surrexit de tumulo
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:36
4Cantigas de Santa Maria: Non e gran causa
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
Alfonso X el Sabio9:54
5Burgos Codex de Las Huelgas 12/13th Century Iberian Manuscript: Ex illustri
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]2:03
6Burgos Codex de Las Huelgas 12/13th Century Iberian Manuscript: Alpha bovi et leoni/Domino
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:53
7Burgos Codex de Las Huelgas 12/13th Century Iberian Manuscript: 4 Planctus
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]14:27
8Burgos Codex de Las Huelgas 12/13th Century Iberian Manuscript: Verbum bonum et suavi
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]3:41
9Burgos Codex de Las Huelgas 12/13th Century Iberian Manuscript: Agnus Dei/Regula moris
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]3:05
10Burgos Codex de Las Huelgas 12/13th Century Iberian Manuscript: Fa fa mi fa/Ut re mi ut
orchestra:
New London Consort
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician)
[anonymous]1:01
11Codex Calixtinus (Jacobus) Polyphony, plainchant and instrumental collection. (12/13th c): Dum pater familias
engineer:
Jonathan Stokes (engineer)
producer:
Peter Wadland
orchestra:
New London Consort (from 1989-10 until 1989-11)
conductor:
Philip Pickett (musician) (from 1989-10 until 1989-11)
recorded at:
Temple Church in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1989-10 until 1989-11)
recording of:
Codex Calixtinus (Jacobus) Polyphony: Dum pater familias (Version 1) (from 1989-10 until 1989-11)
part of:
Codex Calixtinus
[anonymous]5:28
CD 7: The Pilgrimage to Santiago - León and Galicia
CD 8: 2 Polyphonic Lais
CD 9: Knightly Passions: The Songs of Oswald von Wolkenstein
CD 10: Ockeghem - Complete Secular Music I
CD 11: Ockeghem - Complete Secular Music II
CD 12: Perugia - Secular Works
CD 13: Sweet is the Song - Music of the Troubadours and Trouvères
CD 14: Dufay - Secular Works
CD 15: Missa di dadi; Missa "Faisant regretz"
CD 16: Complete Three-Part Secular Music
CD 17: Chansons, Frottole & Lieder
CD 18: Frottole
CD 19: La Chansonnier Cordiforme I
CD 20: La Chansonnier Cordiforme II
CD 21: La Chansonnier Cordiforme III
CD 22: Mi Verry Joy - Songs of Fifteenth-century Englishmen
CD 23: Le Lagrime di San Pietro à 7
CD 24: Pavans and Galliards, 1599
CD 25: Dansereye, 1551
CD 26: A Musicall Banquet 1610
CD 27: Quinto libro dei madrigali
CD 28: Ayres and Madrigals
CD 29: First & Second Sets of Madrigals
CD 30: Symphoniae Sacrae II, 1615
CD 31: Funeral Teares; Consort Music
CD 32: Orlando Gibbons - Madrigals & Motets (1612)
CD 33: Music from the Time of Elizabeth I
CD 34: Psalmes, Sonets & songs of sadnes and pietie (1588 - Selected pieces)
CD 35: Consort Music (1588)
CD 36: My Ladye Nevells Booke (1591 - Selected Pieces)
CD 37: The Cozens Lute Book
CD 38: The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book I (Selected Pieces)
CD 39: The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book II (Selected Pieces)
CD 40: Keyboard Music I
CD 41: Keyboard Music II
CD 42: Quarto libro dei madrigali
CD 43: Amorous Dialogues
CD 44: Setts for Violins & Division Viols
CD 45: The XII Wonders of the World, 1611; Character Songs
CD 46: First Booke of Songs, 1597
CD 47: Lachrimae, 1604
CD 48: Dances from Terpsichore, 1612
CD 49: The Sylvan and Oceanic Delights of Posilipo
CD 50: Consort Music

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part of:Florilegium (L'Oiseau-Lyre) (order: 77)
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