Conductus, Vol. 3

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Conductus, Vol. 3

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Hyperion

Catalogue No:

CDA68115

Series:

Conductus

Discs:

1

Release date:

26th Feb 2016

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0034571281155

Medium:

CD

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Conductus, Vol. 3

Music & poetry from thirteenth-century France


 

Fas et nefas

John Potter (tenor), Christopher O'Gorman (tenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor)

A globo veteri

Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor)

Vite perdite

John Potter (tenor), Christopher O'Gorman (tenor)

A l'entrant del tans salvage

Christopher O'Gorman (tenor)

Per dan que d'amor mi veigna

John Potter (tenor)

O qui fontem gratie

John Potter (tenor), Christopher O'Gorman (tenor)

Transgressus legem Domini

John Potter (tenor), Christopher O'Gorman (tenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor)

Sede, Syon, in pulvere

Christopher O'Gorman (tenor)

Olim sudor Herculis

John Potter (tenor)

Eclypsim passus totiens

Christopher O'Gorman (tenor)

Homo, natus ad laborem

John Potter (tenor), Christopher O'Gorman (tenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor)


Conductus: John Potter, Christopher O'Gorman, Rogers Covey-Crump

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Our trio of master-medievalist tenors presents a concluding instalment of Conductus, that most intimate form of music and poetry from thirteenth-century France.

Anon: Fas & Nefas

Anon: A Globo Veteri

Anon: Vite Perdite

Anon: A L'Entrant Del Tans Salvage

Anon: Per Dan Que D'Amor Mi Veigna

Anon: O Qui Fontem Gratie

Anon: Transgressus Legem Domini

Anon: Sede, Syon, In Pulvere

Anon: Olim Sudor Herculis

Anon: Eclypsim Passus Totiens

Anon: Homo, Natus Ad Laborem

Gramophone Magazine

April 2016

“John Potter, Christopher O'Gorman and Rogers Covey-Crump once again endorse their awesome reputation as unchallenged singers of this repertory”

Sunday Times

6th March 2016

“11 examples of the apparently infinitely flexible medieval song form. When most pieces consist of only a single musical line, refinement and intimacy are the bywords of this set.”

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