Annotation

Recorded at the Karthause Mauerbach, May 18-21 1997
Cover image: "Farmer's celebration: The nose dance in Gimpelsbrunn"

Annotation last modified on 2009-08-11 06:56 UTC.

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1Bache, bene venies
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
bagpipe:
Peter Rabanser (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
hurdy gurdy:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tambourine:
Wolfgang Reithofer (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tenor vocals:
Eric Mentzel (tenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Peter Rabanser (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
performer:
Ensemble Oni Wytars (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Bacche, bene venies
part of:
Carmina Gulatorum et Potatorum and Carmina Burana (number: 200)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
5:57
2Axe Phebus aureo
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
frame drum:
Katharina Dustmann (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
harp:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
mandola:
Peter Rabanser (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
performer:
Ensemble Oni Wytars (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Ensemble Unicorn (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Axe Phebus aureo (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
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)
5:49
3Clauso Cronos
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
bagpipe:
Peter Rabanser (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
frame drum:
Katharina Dustmann (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
harp:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tambourine:
Wolfgang Reithofer (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
performer:
Ensemble Oni Wytars (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Ensemble Unicorn (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Clauso cronos (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 73)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
3:10
4Katerine collaudemus
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tenor vocals:
Eric Mentzel (tenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
performer:
Ensemble Oni Wytars (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Ensemble Unicorn (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
3:30
5Fas et nefas
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
bagpipe:
Peter Rabanser (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
hurdy gurdy:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tenor vocals:
Eric Mentzel (tenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Fas et nefas
lyricist and composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Moralia et Divina and Carmina Burana (number: 19)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
3:39
6Tempus transit gelidum
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
hurdy gurdy:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
triangle:
Wolfgang Reithofer (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
performer:
Ensemble Oni Wytars (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Ensemble Unicorn (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Tempus transit gelidum
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 153)
is based on:
Fulget dies celebris
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
5:07
7Ich was ein Chint so wolgetan
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
harp:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tambourine:
Wolfgang Reithofer (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tenor vocals:
Eric Mentzel (tenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Ich was ein chint so wolgetan (Carmina Burana)
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Amoris Infelicis, Carmina Amoris Infelicis and Carmina Burana (number: 185)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
3:16
8Ecce torpet probitas
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
bell:
Wolfgang Reithofer (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
harp:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tenor vocals:
Eric Mentzel (tenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Ecce torpet probitas
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)
6:06
9Exit diluculo
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
harp:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
lute:
Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tambourine:
Wolfgang Reithofer (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tenor vocals:
Eric Mentzel (tenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
performer:
Ensemble Oni Wytars (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Ensemble Unicorn (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Exiit diluculo
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)
2:48
10Vite perdite
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
frame drum:
Katharina Dustmann (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
harp:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tenor vocals:
Eric Mentzel (tenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Vite perdite
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Gulatorum et Potatorum and Carmina Burana (number: 31)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
5:42
11Procurans odium
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
hurdy gurdy:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Procurans odium
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)
5:32
12Celum, non animum
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Celum non animum
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 15)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
3:01
13Tempus est iocundum
producer:
Elisabeth Reithofer and Wolfgang Reithofer
bagpipe:
Peter Rabanser (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
fiddle:
Marco Ambrosini (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21) and Thomas Wimmer (viola-da-gamba player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
hurdy gurdy:
Riccardo Delfino (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorder:
Michael Posch (Recorder and flute player) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
countertenor vocals:
Bernhard Landauer (countertenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
tenor vocals:
Eric Mentzel (tenor) (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recorded at:
Kartause Mauerbach in Mauerbach, Niederösterreich, Austria (from 1997-05-18 until 1997-05-21)
recording of:
Tempus est iocundum
composer:
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Carmina Burana (number: 179)
part of:
Carmina Burana (original manuscript of poetry, ca. 1230)
5:58

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