History of music in sound Vol. 2, Early medieval music up to 1300.

Other Authors: Hughes, Anselm, 1889-1974,
Format: Record
Language: Latin
Old French
Old Provençal
Middle High German
Romance
Middle English
Published: Camden, N.J. : New York : RCA Victor ; Oxford University Press, [1953]
Physical Description: 2 audio discs : 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in. + 1 booklet (69 pages : music ; 25 cm)
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RCA Victor: LM-6015.
"The history of music in sound. Vol. 2: Early medieval music up to 1300, edited by Dom Anselm Hughes. New York, Oxford University Press, 1953" (69 p.) facsim., music. 25 cm.) Program notes by Dom Anselm Hughes, Egon Wellesz, and J.A. Westrup, intended originally for use with 78 rpm. version, laid in container; corrected contents (p. 7-9) applicable to 33 1/3 rpm. version inserted.
Contains chants, liturgical drama, songs and polyphony by Ventadorn, Brulé, Adam de la Halle, Thibaut de Navarre, Guiot de Dijon, Frauenlob, Parisiensis and anonymous composers.
Various performers.
Recorded in England.
Byzantine music. Anastaseos imera (Ode) ; Doxology ; O quando in cruce (Latin version) -- Byzantine and Ambrosian hymns. Ote to stavro (Greek version) ; Veni redemptor gentium -- Pre-Gregorian music. Pater noster (Mozarabic and Ambrosian versions) ; In pace (Mozarabic and Gregorian versions) -- Gregorian music. Lumen ad revelationem-- Nunc dimittis (Antiphonal psalmody) ; Sursum corda, preface, and Sanctus (Liturgical recitative) ; Protector noster (Gradual) ; Domine in virtute (Alleluia) ; Domine non secundum (Tract) ; Sancti Spiritus assit nobis gratia (Sequence) ; Exsultet orbis gaudiis (Hymn) ; Kyrie 'Altissime' -- Liturgical drama. Quem quaeritis in sepulchro? ; Lament, from Play of Daniel -- Medieval songs. O admirabilis Veneris ydolum / anon. ; Quant vei l'aloete mover / Bernard de Ventadorn) ; Je ne puis pas si loing fuir / Gace Brulé ; Au tans d'aoust / anon. ; Quant je voi yver retorner / anon. ; Bergeronette / Adam de la Halle ; Tuit cil qui sunt enamourat / anon. ; Tuit mi desir / Thibaut de Navarre ; Chanterai por mon coraige / Guiot de Dijon ; Worldes blis ne last no throwe / anon. ; Ey ich sach in dem trone / Frauenlob ; Quen â Virgen / anon. ; Como poden per sas culpas / anon. ; O divina virgo / anon. ; Plangiamo quel crudel basciare / anon. -- Early polyphony. Sit gloria Domini ; Alleluia, surrexit Christus ; Regi regum glorioso -- Spanish polyphony. Rex immense ; Congaudeant catholici -- English and Norman polyphony. Verbum patris humanatur ; Orientis partibus ; Sumer is icumen in -- Four dance tunes -- Three English dance tunes -- Conductus. Veri floris sub figura -- English polyphony, 13th century. Foweles in the frith ; Ex semine Abrahae ; Mariam sanctificans ; Beata viscera -- French and English polyphony, about 1300. O Maria virgo Davidica ; Puellare gremium ; Triumphat hodie -- English polyphony, 14th century. Marionette douce ; Rosa fragrans ; Alleluia psallat.
Physical Description: 2 audio discs : 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in. + 1 booklet (69 pages : music ; 25 cm)