I Have Set My Hert So Hy - The Dufay Collective

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I Have Set My Hert So Hy - The Dufay Collective

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AV2286

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1

Release date:

17th July 2015

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0822252228625

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76 minutes

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I Have Set My Hert So Hy - The Dufay Collective

Love & Devotion in Medieval England


1. Blowe, Northerne Wynd

2. I Have Set My Hert So Hy

3. Plus Pur L'enoyr

4. Bryd One Brere

5. Le Grant Pleyser

6. Maiden In The Mor Lay

7. Wel Wer Hym That Wyst

8. Esperance

9. Adam Lay Ibowndyn

10. Danger Me Hath, Unskylfuly

11. Alysoun

12. Ye Have So Longe Kepe Schepe

13. With Ryth Al My Herte

14. Nowell, Owt Of Youre Sleep Aryse

15. I Rede That Thu Be Joly And Glad

16. I Syng Of A Myden

17. Hayl Mary Ful Of Grace

18. Ave Maria I Say

19. Corpus Christi Carol

20. Gresley Dances


William Lyons (director, flute, recorder, English double pipes, Jon Banks (harp, gittern), Rebecca Austen-Brown (vielle, rebec, recorder), Jacob Heringman (lute, gittern), Victoria Couper, Emily Burn, Clemmie Franks (voice)

The Dufay Collective

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Grammy-nominated The Dufay Collective, in collaboration with vocal trio Voice, presents ‘I Set My Hert So Hy: Love and Devotion in Medieval England’, a recording of songs and instrumental numbers written for and heard in the royal courts and religious houses of the 15th century.

The Dufay Collective has been performing and recording its unique brand of early music for nearly three decades, winning awards and wide-spread critical acclaim along the way. ‘I Have Set My Hert So Hy’ marks the group’s return to the recording studio with a collection of 15th century songs and instrumental numbers, much of which has been expertly reconstructed by the ensemble’s director William Lyons.

On this recording, The Dufays collaborate with vocal trio Voice, recreating the essence of music written for and heard in the royal courts and religious houses of Medieval England.

William Lyons: Blowe, Northerne Wynd

Blowe, Northerne Wynd

Anonymous: I Have Set My Hert So Hy

I Have Set My Hert So Hy

Anonymous: Plus pur l'enoyr

Plus pur l'enoyr

Anonymous: Bryd one brere (arr. William Lyons)

Bryd one brere (arr. William Lyons)

Anonymous: Le grant pleyser

Le grant pleyser

William Lyons: Maiden in the Mor lay

Maiden in the Mor lay

Anonymous: Wel wer hym that wyst

Wel wer hym that wyst

Anonymous: Esperance

Esperance

William Lyons: Adam lay ibowndyn

Adam lay ibowndyn

Anonymous: Danger me hath, unskylfuly

Danger me hath, unskylfuly

William Lyons: Alysoun

Alysoun

Anonymous: Ye have so longe kepe schepe

Ye have so longe kepe schepe

Anonymous: With ryth al my herte

With ryth al my herte

Anonymous: Nowell, owt of youre sleep aryse

Nowell, owt of youre sleep aryse

Anonymous: I rede that thu be joly and glad

I rede that thu be joly and glad

Anonymous: I syng of a my den (arr. William Lyons)

I syng of a my den (arr. William Lyons)

Anonymous: Hayl Mary ful of grace

Hayl Mary ful of grace

Anonymous: Ave Maria I say

Ave Maria I say

William Lyons: Corpus Christi Carol

Corpus Christi Carol

Anonymous: Gresley Dances (arr. William Lyons)

Gresley Dances (arr. William Lyons)

Gramophone Magazine

August 2015

“It is truly wonderful to hear a song like 'Wyth ryth al my herte'…with its endless repetition of the name 'Annys'. Also particularly welcome is the closing suite of melodies from the Gresley Dances (c1500): this probably represents The Dufay Collective at their best.”

Sunday Times

9th August 2015

“Lyons has also composed scrupulously idiomatic music for texts for which no music survives. The three women of Voice sing with alluring purity of timbre and blend, while Lyons’s instrumentations enhance a mood of intimacy and refinement.”

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