anon.: Verbum caro factum est

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Magnum mysterium: Advent & Christmas Music for Lute & Voice

Magnum mysterium: Advent & Christmas Music for Lute & Voice


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O virgo splendens

Stella splendens

Verbum caro factum est

Dump philli

In tua patientia

In dulci jubilo

Alma Redemptoris Mater

Byrd:

O magnum mysterium

Morales, C:

O Magnum Mysterium

Puer natus est nobis

Paumann:

Mi ut re ut (Venise)

Schlick, A:

Maria zart, von edler Art

Victoria:

Missa O magnum mysterium

Alma Redemptoris Mater

Willaert:

In tua patientia

O magnum mysterium


Frederick Lautzenheiser (double harp), Donna Stewart (voice), Ron Andrico (lute)

Mignarda

"Magnum Mysterium: Advent & Christmas music for lute & voice is our 11th album and our second recording of music for the Christmas season. We have taken inspiration from the evocative Christmas responsory text, ""O magnum mysterium"", presenting four unique polyphonic settings by four different composers, each of them our favorite at any given moment. This album was recorded live over the period 2014-2016 in two of our favorite sacred spaces in Cleveland, Ohio: The Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus, and Immaculate Conception Church. The recording benefits from an absolute minimum of tampering, and bits of the real world filter into our live alternative to the sometimes over-edited sound of early music recordings. The result is real music performed by real artists, and we hope it is received in the same spirit in which it is presented. All of the music on Magnum Mysterium is unique to Mignarda's repertoire and an edition of scores is available from Mignarda Editions."

Mignarda - MP011

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Concert Céleste

Concert Céleste


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Lux hodie

Orientis partibus

Hec est Clara dies

Salve festa dies

Letemur gaudiis

Christus manens

Collocaret

Stephanus

Natus est Jesus

Lux opta claruit

Recette de sauge

Orientis partibus

J'ai fait nouveletement amie

Douce dame debonaire

Bon vin doit

Gloria ad modum tubae

Nowell

Laudiam l'amor divino

Verbum caro factum est

Riu, riu chiu

Uns kompt ein Schiff gefahren

Nova, nova

Nova vobis gaudia

Et enim sederunt

Sederunt principes

Saint Loup, Sainte Colombe

Alleluya

Communion

Stella nuova 'n fra la gente

Reges Tharsis

Angelus ad virginem

Ante luciferum

Kyrie

Crudelis Herodes


Ensemble Obsidienne, Emmanuel Bonnardot

This disc follows the musical journey associated with the construction of medieval cathedrals, particularly those of the ecclesiastical province of Sens, France. The repertoire spans several centuries from Gregorian neumes to the polyphony of the Renaissance. Residents of Sens since 2009, Ensemble Obsidienne breathe new life into the Gothic period and restore the ancient sounds of the mass to a modern day audience.

“The singers of Obsidienne try their hand (so to speak) at a number of different styles (including improvised canon); and though possibly not every moment goes to plan, it is fascinating to listen to them thinking aloud. These latter tracks are worth the price of admission…they reconnect us with a crucial facet of mediaeval and Renaissance musicians' practice.” Gramophone Magazine, September 2015

Eloquentia - EL1544

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Alleluja Nativitas

Alleluja Nativitas

Canti di Natale - Christmas Songs


anon.:

O lylium convallium/Submersus iacet pharao

Verbum caro factum est

The first Nowell

Bach, J S:

Christmas Oratorio, BWV248: Ach mein herzliebes Jesulein

Andrea Macinanti (organ), Enrico Bernardi (organ)

Biebl:

Ave Maria

Gevaert:

Le Message des anges

Grieg:

Ave Maris Stella

Gruber, F:

Stille Nacht

Leo:

Pastorale

Andrea Macinanti (organ)

Palestrina:

O magnum mysterium

Perotinus:

Alleluia nativitas

Trio di Flauti

Perti:

Inno, responsorio I e VI

Carlo Ricci (violin), Andrea Macinanti (organ), Trio di Flauti

Pigarelli:

Nenia di Gesu Bambino

Poulenc:

Quem vidistis pastores (No. 2 from Quatre Motets pour le temps de Noël, Op.152)

Praetorius, H:

Es ist ein Ros entsprungen

Andrea Macinanti (organ)

Scattolin:

Tu scendi dalle stelle

Sarvi Rriggina

Latinobalcanica Ensemble

Soto de Langa:

Guidami a chiara stella

Vacchi:

Fa la nana

Victoria:

Magi viderunt stallam


Coro Euridice di Bologna, Pier Paolo Scattolin

Tactus - TC900002

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Feliz Navidad

Feliz Navidad

Mediterranean Christmas Music from the Renaissance


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Dadme albrícias

Yo me soy la morenica

Bella de vos som amoros

Vos virgen soys nuestra madre

No la devemos dormir

Un niño nos es nasçido

Verbum caro factum est

Alta Reina soberana

Señores el qu'es nasçido

Falalalan falalera

Que farem del pobre Joan

Rey a quien reyes adoran

Riu, riu chiu

E la don don

Reyna muy esclarescida

A los maytines era

Qué bonito niño chiquito

Escobar, P:

Virgen Bendita sin par

Festa, S:

Vergine sacra

Guerrero, Francisco:

Ave Virgo sanctissima

A un niño Ilorando al hielo

Pastores si nos queries

Los reyes siguen la estrella

Al resplandor d’una estrella

Mantovano:

Lirum bilirum lirum lirum

trad.:

Quando nascette nino

Neopolitan traditional

Tromboncino:

Ostinato vo' seguire


Cécile Kempenaers (soprano) & José Pizarro (tenor)

Capella de la Torre, Katherina Bäuml

Christmas did not have the same importance in the official ecclesiastical calendar of the Catholic Church in previous centuries as it has today. This CD represents the characteristic of Spanish Christmas songs of the Renaissance, Polyphonic melodies known as “peasant songs” which were predominant in musical manuscripts of the period. Although many of the compositions are by the well known composer ‘Anon’, most were popular tunes of their day. Handel even used one of these carols, Quando nascette nino in the Messiah (1742) in the aria He shall feed his flock.

“Renaissance Spain's 'popular', non-liturgical celebration of Christmas was a distinctly jolly business, if this perky, toe-tapping CD is anything to go by. There is tenderness, too, amid the general buoyancy…” BBC Music Magazine, Christmas 2009 ****

Coviello - COV20811

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Cantio: Music From Piae Cantiones

Cantio: Music From Piae Cantiones


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Parvulus nobis nascitur

Dies est laetitiae

Omnis mundus

Scribere proposui

Insignis est figura

Vanitatum vanitas

Mirum si laeteris

In vernali tempore

Tempus adest

Sum in aliena provincia

In stadio laboris

O scholares, voce pares (O Student, With Equal Voices)

Angelus emittitur

Ecce novum gaudium (Behold the New Joy)

Resonet in laudibus

Verbum caro factum est

Mith Hierthae brendher


Oslo Pro Musica Antiqua, Mediaeval Trio

Simax - PSC1203

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