A Medieval Christmas Feast (CD)

A Medieval Christmas Feast (CD)
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“A spicy Christmas feast, from a time when classic and folk music mixed. There was a little difference in the popular music of the church or the tavern! Often more Chaucer than Christian… A lively record to sit back and enjoy! The attraction of the melodies and especially the exciting rhythms of Medieval music has influenced composers like Vaughan Williams and popular icons such as Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull. Many pieces are as popular today as they were centuries ago.” (James Griffett)

Ductia (English 13th Century) – 1:15                        

Alle Psallite (French 14th/15th Century) – 1:07                   

Portugaler (French 14th/15th Century) – 2:12                     

Angelus Ad Virginem – 2:48                         

Gregorian Chant Intoritus: Puer Natus Est Nobis (In Nativitate Domini Advertiam Missam) – 2:25                 

In Seculum Breve (French 13th Century) – 1:31                   

Orientis Partibus (Song Of The Ass - Fr. 13th Cent.) – 2:06                              

Ductia (English 13th Century) – 1:28                        

Verbum Patris (French 12th Century) – 1:36                         

E Semine Rosa (French 12th/13th Century) – 2:25                             

Alleluia Psallat (Eng. 13th/14th Cent.) – 1:47                        

This Yol (English 14th/15th Century) – 1:34                          

Edi Beu Thu (English 13th Century) – 1:45                             

Ecce Quod Natura (English 15th Century) – 2:40                 

Nova, Nova (English 15th Century) – 1:47                              

Goday My Lord Syre Christmasse (English 15th Century) – 2:28                   

Danse Real (French 13th Century) – 1:52                               

Beata Viscera (Perotin French 12th/13th Century) – 1:52                               

Gregorian Chant Graduale: Viderunt Omnea – 3:27                          

Virgo – 1:09                       

Beata Viscera (English 13th Century) – 2:17                          

Gregorian Chant Offertorium: Tui Sunt Coeli – 1:09                           

Gregorian Chant Communio: Viderunt Omnes – 0:30                       

Quene Note (English 14th/15th Century) – 1:16                 

A Solis Ortus (French 13th Century) – 2:50                            

Gregorian Chant Hymnus: Aeterna Christi Munera – 2:32                               

Tard Il Mio Cor (English 15th Century) – 1:13                       

Ther Ys No Rose (English 15th Century) – 4:12                     

Nowel, Synge We (English 15th Century) – 2:00                  

Nowel, Owt Of Your Slepe (English 15th Century) – 2:11                 

Hayl Mary (English 15th Century) – 3:33                

Synge We To Thys Mery Cumpane (English 15th Century) – 2:40

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