Early Medieval Music up to 1300
The History of Music in Sound, vol II





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HMV HLP 3/4 | RCA Victor LM(S) 6015

1953




The History of Music in Sound
General Editor: Gerald Abraham


Vol. II: Early Medieval Music up to 1300
Editor: Dom Anselm Hughes

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SIDE 3

HMV-Gramophone HMS 15 (78 rpm) — MEDIAEVAL SONGS II

MEDIEVAL SONGS (contd.) — English, German, Spanish, Italian
Frederick Fuller, baritone
1. Worldes blis ne last no throwe  [2:10]
2. FRAUENLOB. Ey ich sach in dem trone  [2:24]
3.
Quen â Virgen [ben servir]  [0:59]   CSM 59
Como poden per sas culpas  [0:59]   CSM 166
4.
O divina Virgo  [0:47]
Plangiamo quel crudel basciare  [1:30]

HMV-Gramophone HMS 16 (78 rpm) — EARLY POLYPHONY I

EARLY POLIPHONY, 10th and 11th centuries
Bromptom Oratory Choir, Henry Washington
5.
Sit gloria Domini  [0:25]
Alleluia, surrexit Christus  [2:46]
Regi regum glorioso  [1:14]

SPANISH POLYPHONY, 12th century
Bodley Singers, Bernard Rose
6. Rex immense  [2:03]     cc 108
7. Congaudeant Catholici  [2:14]   ALBERTUS PARISIENSIS   cc 96

HMV-Gramophone HMS 17 (78 rpm) — EARLY POLYPHONY II

ENGLISH AND NORMAN POLYPHONY, 13th century
8. Verbum Patris humanatur  [1:13]
9. Orientis partibus  [1:22]
10. Sumer is icumen in  [1:31]
Bodley Singers, Bernard Rose
SIDE 4
1. Caudae ICaudae IICaudae IIICaudae IV  [3:40]
Four dance tunes (13th century) — Anon. Wolfenbütel MS 677
Carl Dolmetsch, recorders and viol · Nathalie Dolmetsch, viols · Donald Bridger, cor anglais · Alan Taylor, tabor

HMV-Gramophone HMS 19 (78 rpm) — ENGLISH POLYPHONY

2. StantipesDuctiaStantipes  [2:48]
Three English dance tunes (13th century)
Carl Dolmetsch, recorders and viol · Nathalie Dolmetsch, viols · Donald Bridger, cor anglais · Alan Taylor, tabor
3. Conductus. Veri floris sub figura  [1:12]
Bromptom Oratory Choir, Henry Washington

FRENCH AND ENGLISH POLYPHONY, 13th century
Bodley Singers, Bernard Rose
4. Foweles in the frith  [0:56]   soloist: Arnold Reason, with Margaret Donington, bass viol
5. Ex semine Abrahae  [0:48]   with regal
6. Mariam sanctificans  [1:27]   with regal
7. Beata viscera  [1:10]

HMV-Gramophone HMS 19 (78 rpm) — FRENCH & ENGLISH POLYPHONY

FRENCH AND ENGLISH POLYPHONY, circa 1300
Bodley Singers, Bernard Rose
8. O Maria Virgo Davidica  [2:02]   with Margaret Donington, bass viol
9. Puellare gremium  [1:39]   with Margaret Donington, bass viol
10. Triumphat hodie  [1:35]

FRENCH AND ENGLISH POLYPHONY, 14th century
Bromptom Oratory Choir, Henry Washington
11. Marionette douce  [1:16]   with Desmond Dupré, bass viol
12. Rosa fragrans  [1:35]
13. Alleluia psallat  [1:08]





The medallion on the front appears in Guerrero Lavillo's edition of the Cantigas de Santa Maria
(Ribera) in the Escurial Library, Madrid, and is reproduced by permission


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