O Rosa Bella / Clemencic Consort



IMAGEN

All tracks are based on the ballata O rosa bella (c.1420). The mass sections also contain introductory organ incipits from the Buxheimer Organ Book. Neither organ nor recorder are credited, and so are presumably played by Clemencic himself. In the case of track #14, the 3 additional voices date from the era itself, and were once thought to be by Bedingham, with the 3 original voices by Dunstable. Now it is seen as more likely that the 3 original voices are by Bedingham, with the added 3 anonymous; the added voice of track #1 is from a different anonymous source; there is also a 2-voice reworking by Ockeghem. The concluding setting by Ciconia (c.1410) is of the same text, but is musically unrelated.

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Arte Nova 59210
octubre de 1997
Vienna





O rosa bella
English and Continental Music from the Late Gothic Period



John BEDINGHAM (abt 1450) · John DUNSTABLE  (1380-1453)
01 - O rosa bella   [6:27]
4 vocum, fiddle

02 - Gymel super 'O rosa bella'   [3:43]
Trienter Codices
recorder, 2 fiddles




MISSA SUPER 'O ROSA BELLA'
Trienter Codices · 4 vocum


03 - 1. Kyrie   [5:30]
04 - 2. Gloria   [6:32]

05 - Intabulation I of 'O rosa bella'   [2:15]
Buxheimer Orgelbuch


06 - 3. Credo   [8:27]
07 - 4. Sanctus   [6:10]

08 - Intabulation II of 'O rosa bella'   [2:13]
Buxheimer Orgelbuch

09 - 5. Agnus   [6:36]



10 - O rosa bella   [2:13]
Trienter Codices · HERT
recorder, 2 fiddles

11 - O rosa bella   [2:06]
Trienter Codices
recorder, 2 fiddles


12 - Quodlibet. In feuers hitz · O rosa bella   [3:11]
13 - Quodlibet. Hast du mir die laute bracht · O rosa bella   [1:50]
Glogauer Liederbuch
3 vocum, fiddle

John BEDINGHAM (abt 1450) · John DUNSTABLE  (1380-1453)
14 - O rosa bella   [4:31]
ballata e concordantiae
3 vocum, recorder, 2 fiddles

Johannes CICIONIA (1370-1411)
15 - Ballata O Rosa bella   [8:56]
3 vocum, fiddle





CLEMENCIC CONSORT
René Clemencic


David James, countertenor
Bernd Lambauer, tenor
Colin Mason, baritone
Gerd Kenda, bass

Thomas Wimmer, fiddle
Igor Pomykalo, fiddle

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