Sine Nomine Ensemble for Medieval Music - A Golden Treasury of Mediæval Music (CD)

Sine Nomine Ensemble for Medieval Music - A Golden Treasury of Mediæval Music

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The Canadian ensemble for mediæval music Sine Nomine present an overview of music from six centuries and eleven countries throughout Europe. This daunting task has revealed some treasures indeed! The music ranges vocally from pious Gregorian chant to troubadour love songs and instrumentally with dances from the courtly Italian saltarello to a wild English estampie.

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  1. Quen quer que ten en desden (Cantiga 153)
  2. Ex ejus tumba (2, 3)/ V. Catervatim (1, 5) Vespers Responsory for St. Nicholas
  3. Estampie (3, 4, 5) English, late 13th(?) c. 2.13
  4. Rosa delectabilis / [Regali ex progenie] / Regalis exoritur (1, 2, 3) English, 14th c.
  5. Peperit virgo (1, 5) Music: English, 13th c.
  6. My heartly service (1, 2, 3) Scottish early 16th(?) c.
  7. Alma redemptoris mater, Marian antiphon, Advent and Christmas
  8. Sire cuens, j'ai vielé (2, 4) Colin Muset, fl. c. 1200
  9. Conditor alme siderum, Hymn for Advent Vespers (1, 2, 3) French, 14th c.
  10. Corps feminin (3, 4, 5) Solage, fl. c. 1375-1400
  11. Je ne vis oncques la pareille (1, 3, 5) Gilles Binchois, c. 1400-1460
  12. Saltarello (3, 4, 5) Italian, c. 1400
  13. Io son un pellegrin (2, 3) Italian, 14th c.
  14. Titurel fragment: Sus lâgen sie unlange (3, 5) Text: Wolfram von Eschenbach, c. 1170-1220
  15. Ad regnum epulentum (2, 3) Swiss, late 14th c.
  16. Gesegnet sey die frucht (2, 5) Oswald von Wolkenstein, c. 1377-1445
  17. Nu bitt wir den heiligen geist (3, 4) German (Silesia), c. 1485
  18. Petruslied: Unsar trohtin hat farsalt (1, 2, 3, 5) German Suonhart (?), 9th or 10th c.
  19. Ich bins erfreut (2, 3, 4, 5) German (Silesia), c. 1485
  20. Der notter schwanctz (3, 4, 5) German (Silesia), c. 1485 2
  21. Symphonia virginum: O dulcissime amator (1) Hildegard von Bingen, 1098 - 1179
  22. Cormacus scripsit (1, 2, 3) Irish, c. 1150 - 1200