Nova. A Medieval Christmas
New York's Ensemble for Early Music





medieval.org
Ex Cathedra EC-9001 (70070-29001-2) — 1998
Metropolitan Museum of Art — 2010







England, late 13th-14th c.
1. Rex virginum amator  [3:11]
2. Edi be thu hevenqueene  [4:21]
3. « Nota »   [1:22]
4. Angelus ad virginem  [2:48]

5. Beata viscera  [5:29]  PEROTIN, ca. 1200

6. Annus novus in gaudio  [3:35]  St. Martial School, late 11th c.

7. « De innocentibus »  [4:59]  HILDEGARD von BINGEN, 1098-1179

8. « Minnesang »  [3:47]  NEIDHART von REUENTHAL, ca. 1190-1240

Notre Dame School, ca. 1200
9. Nicholai presulis  [1:37]
10. Exultemus et letemur  [2:11]

11. Cantigas de Santa Maria  [5:31]  ALFONSO EL SABIO, ca. 1221-1284
Como poden   CSM 166   (1:27)   ·   Muit' amar   CSM 36   (1:25)
Tan beeyta   CSM 415   (1:06)   ·   Maravillosos   CSM 139   (1:33)

12. Polorum regina  [4:15]  Catalonia, Llibre Vermell, 14th c.  LV 7

Notre Dame School, ca. 1200
13. In natali summi regis  [1:53]
14. Orientis partibus  [1:58]
15. Verbum patris humanatur  [1:41]

Late 13th-14th c.
16. Laude novella  [2:26]
17. Verbum caro factum est  [1:35]
18. Verbum patris hodie  [0:53]
19. « Alleluya »  [1:51]
20. Stella nuova  [2:38]

21. « Saltarello »  [2:07]   Italy, 14th c.




New York's Ensemble for Early Music
Frederick Renz

John Alston — bass
Marshall Coid — counter-tenor, vielle
Todd Frizzell — tenor, symphonia
Wayne Hankin — winds, tenor
Wolodymyr Smishkewych — tenor, percussion
Jon Szabo — baritone, vielle


Recorded in the St. Ambrose Chapel of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine,
New York City, NY, USA — october 1997

Dongsok Shin: Producer, Digital Editing
Michael P. Hesse: Engineer





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