Tristan’s Harp

Naxos: 8572784

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Tristan’s Harp

Label:

Naxos

Catalogue No:

8572784
(8.572784)

Discs:

1

Release date:

2nd July 2012

Barcode:

0747313278473

Length:

61 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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Tristan’s Harp

Arthurian Medieval Music


O que a Santa Maria

Tristrant muste sonder danc

Dance of the forest of no return

Deus est ensi comme li pellicanz

Redit aetas aurea

Ja nuls homs pres

Pange melos lacrimosum

Quarte Estampie Royale

La douce voiz du louseignol sauvage

Can vei la lauzeta

Des quando Deus sa madre

Dereit é de ss’ end’ achar


Capilla Antigua de Chinchilla, José Ferrero

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The feats of King Arthur and his Knights have inspired artistic creation in many art forms. In this disc we hear how troubadours spread their stories and we journey through twelfth-, thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Europe to encounter the Arthurian musical traditions of Germany, Spain, France and England. Full of allusions to legend, and also to contemporary events, the songs are masterpieces of their time. The composers include Alfonso X el Sabio of Spain and Richard the Lionheart, whose Je nulls homs priz is one of the most beautiful of all medieval songs.

Alfonso X (El Sabio): Cantiga 35: O que a Santa Maria (arr. J. Ferrero)

Cantiga 35: O que a Santa Maria (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: Tristrant muste sonder danc (15th century) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Tristrant muste sonder danc (15th century) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: Dance of the forest of no return (13th century) (Stantipe I) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Dance of the forest of no return (13th century) (Stantipe I) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Thibaut de Champagne: Deus est ensi comme li pellicanz (arr. J. Ferrero)

Deus est ensi comme li pellicanz (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: Redit aetas aurea (12th century) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Redit aetas aurea (12th century) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Coeur de Lion Richard I: Ja nuls hom pres (arr. J. Ferrero)

Ja nuls hom pres (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: Pange melos lacrimosum (12th century) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Pange melos lacrimosum (12th century) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: Quarte Estampie Royale (13th century) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Quarte Estampie Royale (13th century) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: La douce voiz du louseignol sauvage (arr. J. Ferrero)

La douce voiz du louseignol sauvage (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: Dance of the forest of no return (13th century) (Stantipe II) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Dance of the forest of no return (13th century) (Stantipe II) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: Can vei la lauzeta (arr. J. Ferrero)

Can vei la lauzeta (arr. J. Ferrero)

Alfonso X (El Sabio): Cantiga 419: Des quando Deus sa madre (arr. J. Ferrero)

Cantiga 419: Des quando Deus sa madre (arr. J. Ferrero)

Jose Ferrero: Dance of the forest of no return (13th century) (Stantipe III) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Dance of the forest no return (13th century) (Stantipe III) (arr. J. Ferrero)

Alfonso X (El Sabio): Cantiga 108: Dereit' e de ss' end' achar (arr. J. Ferrero)

Cantiga 108: Dereit' e de ss' end' achar (arr. J. Ferrero)

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