An Introduction To Early Music - Hildegard Of Bingen, Et Al

Release Date: 10/24/1995
Label: Naxos
Catalog Number: 8551203
Number of Discs: 1

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Works on This Recording
1. Responsorium Graduale for Good Friday by Anonymous
Conductor: Alberto Turco
Period: Medieval
2. Factus est repente, communio by Anonymous
Conductor: Alberto Turco
Period: Medieval
3. O viridissima virga, Ave by Hildegard of Bingen
Performer: Rebecca Outram
Period: Medieval
Written: 12th Century ; Germany
4. Chominciamento di gioia by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble: Ensemble Unicorn
Period: Medieval
Written: 14th Century ; Italy
5. Belicha, for consort by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble: Ensemble Unicorn
6. Saltarello No. 1 (GB-LBl Add.29987) by Anonymous
Orchestra/Ensemble: Ensemble Unicorn
Period: Medieval
Written: 1340-1400 ;
7. Intemerata Dei mater by Johannes Ockeghem
Conductor: Jeremy Summerly
Orchestra/Ensemble: Oxford Camerata
Period: Renaissance
Written: 15th Century ; Flanders, Belgium
8. La Bounette by Anonymous
Performer: Joseph Payne (Organ)
Period: Renaissance
9. Entrada by Anonymous
Performer: Robert Parkins (Organ)
10. Guardame las vacas by Anonymous
Performer: Shirley [Lute] Rumsey (Guitar)
Period: Renaissance
11. Faulte d'argent by Josquin Des Préz
Orchestra/Ensemble: The Scholars of London
Period: Renaissance
12. Conde claros by Anonymous
Performer: Shirley [Lute] Rumsey (Guitar)
Period: Renaissance
Written: 16th Century ;
13. Have mercy upon me, O God, consort song for S or A solo, SSATTB & organ or strings (inc. but can be by William Byrd
Period: Renaissance
Written: 16th Century ;
14. La pastorella mia by Jacques Arcadelt
Period: Renaissance
Written: 1554 ;
15. Missa "Papae Marcelli": Kyrie by Giovanni Palestrina
Conductor: Jeremy Summerly
Period: Renaissance
Written: by 1567 ; Italy
16. Fantasia in C minor by John Jenkins
Period: Baroque
Written: 17th Century ; England
17. Work(s): Suite in F Major: Gigue by Louis Couperin
Performer: Laurence Cummings (Harpsichord)
Period: Baroque
18. Fantasia for lute No. 55 ("La piu bella & divina a che abbia fatto") by Francesco Canova da Milan
Performer: Christopher [Lute] Wilson (Lute)
Period: Renaissance
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