Isaac: J'ay pris amours

This page lists all recordings of J'ay pris amours, by Heinrich Isaac (c.1450-1517) on CD & download (MP3 & FLAC). Generally, more recent releases are listed first, but with priority given to those that are in stock.

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Petrucci - Harmonice Musices Odhecaton

Petrucci - Harmonice Musices Odhecaton


Agricola, A:

Tandernaken

Si dedero

De tous biens playne

anon.:

La Spagna

Se congie pris

Numqua fue pena major

Je suis d'Alemagne

Dit le Bourguygnon

Fortuna desperata - cantus firmus early 16th Century

Brumel, A:

Fors seulement

Busnois:

Le Serviteur

Caron, P:

Helas que poura devenir

Despres:

Adieu mes amours

Baises moy

La Bernardina

De tous biens playne

Ghiselin:

Fors seulement

Favus distillans

Ghizeghem:

De tous biens plaine

Isaac:

La morra

J'ay pris amours

Tartara

Japart:

Vray dieu d'amours

Lapicida:

Tandernaken

Obrecht:

Fors seulement

Jay pris amours

Tsat een meskin

Si sumpsero

Orto:

Ave Maria

Pinarol:

Fortuna desperata

Stappen:

Beati pacifici (De tous biens playne)

Stokem:

Brunette


Harmonia Mundi - HMGold - HMG507291

(CD)

$13.25

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Ciaramella: Music from the Court of Burgundy

Ciaramella: Music from the Court of Burgundy


Agricola, A:

Comme femme

Fortuna desperata

anon.:

Cancon de' pifari dicto El ferrarese I

Je suis d'Alemagne

A cheval, tout homme à cheval

Roti boully joyeulx

Cancon de' pifari dicto El ferrarese II

La Spagna

improvisation

De nachtigaal die zank een lied - La franchoise nouvelle

Romanesca

Binchois:

Comme femme desconfortée

Ciconia:

Una Panthera

Doctorum principem

O Rosa bella

Despres:

La Spagna a 5

Dufay:

Urbs beata

Ghiselin:

J'ay pris amours

Grimace:

Alarme, Alarme

Isaac:

J'ay pris amours

Pullois:

Gloria

Pykini:

Plaisance, or tost


Ciaramella

Ciaramella captures the virtuosic essence of the likes of Johannes Ciconia, Guillaume Dufay, Johannes Pullois and Alexander Agricola. Never heard of them? Don’t worry - after listening to this recording, you won’t forget them, and will find yourself awake at night, dreaming for more.

Ciaramella recreates improvisations in historical style, bringing the practice of fifteenth-century jazz back to life. You won’t quickly forget the sound of the Renaissance shawm and bagpipes, mastered with uncanny skill by the members of Ciaramella.

Released or re-released in last 6 months

Yarlung Records - YAR05785

(CD)

$20.00

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Isaac: Ein Frölich Wesen

Isaac: Ein Frölich Wesen

Secular & textless Music


Isaac:

Palle palle

Tartara

J'ay pris amours

La Spagna

Et je boi d’autant

In meinem Sinn

De tous bien plaine

E qui le dira

Mon père m'a donné mari (for 4 voices)

En vrölic wessen

Ain frelich Wesen

Le serviteur hault guerdonné

Le serviteur

Tristitia vestra


Les Flamboyants, Michael Form

Henricus Isaac was one of the most famous and most highly regarded composers of his time; his music was so popular that it was still being printed in 1555, 38 years after his death, by Hieronymus Formschneyder in Nuremberg. Thanks mainly to the efforts of Guido Adler, the young field of musicology at the beginning of the 20th century applied itself to making a case for Isaac. Prompted by Adler, Anton Webern wrote his dissertation at Vienna University on the second part of Isaac's Choralis Constantinus in 1909. It is no great surprise that general interest focused on Isaac's monumental oeuvre of sacred music—no other composer of the Renaissance wrote a greater number of mass cycles. His secular songs could not but appear pale in comparison despite the fact that precisely some of these songs, such as Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen ("Innsbruck, I must part from thee") were held in unparalleled regard. Unfortunately, Isaac's music became increasingly marginalised in the course of the second half of the twentieth century and is currently—and unduly—neglected, as reflected by the lack of a complete edition of his work. Aside from some performing editions and anthologies, his secular works in particular are only available in an edition by Johannes Wolf (Vienna, 1907), which is in dire need of a revision.

“The achievement of Les Flamboyants is, among other things, to have produced musically pleasing, compelling and beautiful wholes which seem as effortless and convincing as they in fact represent tours de forces. There's nothing self-conscious or self-regarding here. However technically complex the writing, the music, voices and instrumental lines flow with a warmth and ease that make listening a delight.” MusicWeb International, April 2013

Christophorus - CHR77360

(CD)

$18.75

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Music at the Court of Emperor Maximilian I

Music at the Court of Emperor Maximilian I


anon.:

En l'ombre du busonet

Naves pont

Carmen Hercules

Si je perdu

Brumel, A:

Noe noe

Tandernack

Despres:

Coment peult

Festa, C:

Quis dabit oculis nostris

Hofhaimer:

Tandernack uf dem Rin lag

Isaac:

Imperii proceres

Carmen in fa

Fortuna in mi

An buos

La morra

Innsbruck, ich muss dich lassen

A la bataglia

Guretzsch (Si dormiero)

J'ay pris amours

Fortuna desperata

Sancti spiritus assit nobis gratia

Fortuna in mi

Obrecht:

Vavilment

Rue, P:

Fors seulement

Senfl:

Carmen in la

Carmen in re

Nasci, pati, mori


DG Archiv Blue - 4742332

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Raphael: Music of the Courtier

Raphael: Music of the Courtier


Canova da Milano:

Recercata (88)

La compagna

Cara:

Mentre io vo per questi boschi

Compère:

Crux triumphans

Che fa la ramacina

Scaramella fa la galla

Despres:

Victimae paschali laudes

A l’heure que je vous

Isaac:

J'ay pris amours

Missa Paschalis (Easter Mass)

Patavino:

Dilla da l’acqua

Spinacino:

Recercare

Malor me bat


Christopher Wilson (lutes)

Orlando Consort, Concordia, I Fagiolini

This disc was commissioned for the 2004-2005 exhibition of Raphael at the National Gallery in London. It includes performances by the leading British renaissance performers. Masterpieces of sacred and secular music of the Renaissance trace the life of Raphael from the courts of Urbino, his birthplace, to Florence, where music and art both flourished under the patronage of the Medici, to his final years working at the papal court in Rome.

Metronome - METCD1075

(CD)

$13.50

Usually despatched in 4 - 5 working days.

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