Music of the Early Middle Ages, vol. I  ·  Moines & Troubadours
Schola Cantorum Londiniensis








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History of European Music. Part One: Music of the Early Middle Ages. Volume I
Moines & Troubadours, du chant liturgique à l'amour courtois








Historical Anthology of Music — II. Early Medieval Music (400-1300)

Volume I

A. Liturgical Monophony
Schola Cantorum Londiniensis

Side 1

[9. Ambrosian Hymns]
1. Aeterne rerum conditor. Matins
[9a.1]  [Heiligenkreuz, 12-13th centuries]  [0:23]
[9a.2]  [Nevers, 12 century]  [0:23]
[9a.3]  [Worcester, 13th century]  [0:22]
2. Aeterne Christi munera. Matins
[9b.1]  [Moissac, 10-11th centuries]  [0:22]
[9b.2]  [—]  [0:20]

[10. Ambrosian Chant]
3. Eructavit cor meum
[10.1]  [Verse from the Psalmellus “Speciosus forma”. Ambrosian chant]  [1:32]
[10.2]  [Verse from the Gradual “Speciosus forma”. Gregorian chant]  [0:54]

[11-15. Gregorian Chant]
4. [11]  Antiphona Laudabo Deum meum cum Psalmus 146. Lauda anima mea Dominum  [1:24]   Saturday at vespers
5. [12]  Gradual Haec dies  [3:05]   Easter Day
6. [13]  Alleluia Alleluia. Angelus Domini descendeit  [2:10]  Easter Monday
7. [14]  Responsorium Libera me, Domine, de morte aeterna  [4:35]  Burial Service for the Dead
8.
[15a]  Kyrie IV  [2:20]  Cunctipotens genitor
[15b]  Kyrie cum Tropo. Omnipotens genitor  [2:25]  TUOTILO (d. c. 915)

[16. Sequences]
9.
[16a]  Alleluia Alleluia. Dominus in Sina cum sequentia Christus hunc diem  [2:36]   NOTKER BALBULUS (d. 912) | Octave of the Ascension
[16b]  Sequentia Victimae paschali laudes  [1:42]   WIPO (c. 1000-1050) | Easter Day

Side 2

1. [16c]  Sequentia Jubilemus Salvatoris  [2:59]   ADAM de St. VICTOR (12th century) | Feast of St. Sylvester


B. Religious and Secular Monophony (to 1200)

[17. Latin Lyrics (Conductus)]
2.
[17a]  Orientis partibus  [0:55]   Song of the Ass — G. English
[17b]  Christo psallat ecclesia  [0:28]   Rondellus — I. Partridge
3.
[17c]  Beata viscera Mariae  [1:23]   PEROTINUS (c. 1160-c. 1220)C. Keyte
[17d]  Sol oritur in sydere  [1:45] — G. English

[18. Troubadours]
4.
[18a]  Pax in nomine Domini (Vers)  [2:15]   MARCABRU (d. c. 1150)E. Fleet
[18b]  Be m'en perdut (Canzo)  [1:27]   BERNART de VENTADORN (d. 1195)W. Brown
5.
[18c]  Reis glorios (Canzo)  [2:54]   GUIRAUT de BORNELH (d. c. 1220) — Three rhythmic interpretations: 1. Anglés | 2. Gérold | 3. Besseler — L. Fyson
[18d]  Kalenda maya (Estampie)  [0:48]   RAIMBAUT de VAQUEIRAS (d. 1207)J. Noble

[19. Trouvères]
6.
[19a]  Ja nun hons pris (Ballade)  [1:02]   RICHARD COEUR-DE-LION (1157-1199)W. Brown
[19b]  Quant voi en la fin d'estay (Ballade)  [0:58]   PERRIN d'AGINCOURTJ. Noble
[19c]  Douce dame debonnaire (Ballade)  [0:51] — W. Brown
7.
[19d]  En ma dame ai mis mon cuer (Rondeau)  [0:37] — E. Fleet, W. Brown
[19e]  Vos n'aler mie (Rondeau)  [0:56]   GUILLAUME d'AMIENSL. Fyson
[19f]  C'est la fin (Virelai)  [0:37] — J. Noble
[19g]  E, dame jolie (Virelai)  [1:22] — L. Fyson
[19h]  Pour mon cuer (Retrouange)  [1:10] — E. Fleet


Volume II

... Religious and Secular Monophony  [19i-24]

C. Early Polyphony (to 1200)  [25-28h]


Volume III

... Early Polyphony (to 1200)  [28i-29]

D. Thirteen-Century Polyphony  [30-39]

E. Thirteen-Century Dances  [40-41]













Schola Cantorum Londiniensis
Edgar Fleet, director

Wilfred Brown, Gerald English, Edgar Fleet, Leslie Fyson, Ian Partridge — tenors
Christopher Keyte, John Noble — baritones

Denis Stevens, musical director











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