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A Medieval Christmas

by New York's Ensemble for Early Music/Early Music New York

Recorded in the great Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC, this album features lyric songs - sacred and secular - by Hildegard, Perotin, Reuenthal, anonymous English songs, Notre Dame School polyphony, Italian laude, and Spanish cantigas.
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1. Rex virginum amator
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2. Edi be thu hevenqueene
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3. "Nota"
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4. Angelus ad virginem
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5. Beata viscera
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6. Annus novus in gaudio
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7. "De Innocentibus"
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8. "Minnesang"
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9. Nicholas presulis
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10. Exultemus et letemur/Gaudens in Domino
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11. Cantigas de Santa Maria
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12. Polorum regina
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13. In natali summi regis
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14. Orientis partibus
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15. Verbum patris humanatur
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16. Laude novella
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17. Verbum caro factum est
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18. Verbum patris hodie
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19. "Alleluya"
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20. Stella nuova
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21. "Saltarello"
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Performed by New York's Ensemble for Early Music [Early Music New York]
Frederick Renz, Director

New York Ensemble for Early Music's program of seasonal repertoire is a "Sold-Out" holiday tradition. Recorded in the great Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York City, A Medieval Christmas features lyric songs - sacred and secular - by Hildegard von Bingen, Perotin, von Reuenthal and anonymous composers from the schools of Notre Dame and St. Martial - gloriously sung and deftly played by EEM's six Artists in Residence.

"Angelus ad virginem" (the song Chaucer referred to in "The Canterbury Tales"), angelic Hildegard chant, earthy 13th-century Italian laude and spirited Spanish cantigas illuminate a treasury of joyous celebration.

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


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