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Crossing the Channel (Music from Medieval France and England, 10th-13th century)

Ensemble Providencia

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1
Christus resurgens (12th Century, Processional antiphon)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
3:47
2
Deus in adiutorium (12th Century, 3-part conductus)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
2:03
3
Te laudant angeli (Responsory - 10th-11th Century, 2-part organum)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
3:06
4
Alleluia Nativitas
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
7:44
5
Bien deust chanter (13th Century, Pious song)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
7:27
6
Eclipsim patitur (12th Century, 2-part conductus)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
7:40
7
Ex semine rosa prodit spina
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
2:51
8
Worldes blis ne last no throwe
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
7:33
9
Salve mater misericordiae (13th Century - Cantus Mariales, 1903)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
2:56
10
Au queer ay un maus / Ja ne mi repentiray de amer / Joliettement (13th-14th Century, 3-part motet)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
3:40
11
Hare, hare, hye / Balaam goudalier / Balaam (13th Century, 3-part motet)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
3:24
12
O labilis (12th Century, 2-part conductus)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
1:58
13
Veine pleine de ducur (12th Century, 3-part conductus)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
3:20
14
Qui bien aime / Cuer qui dort / Omnes (13th Century, 3-part motet)
Anonymous; Ensemble Providencia
2:30
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:59
Ensemble Providencia specializes in music of the Middle Ages.This fascinating, hypnotic album explores the evolution of medieval music on both sides of the English Channel, in England and France between the 10th and 13th centuries. What was originally chanted by monks is interpreted here by four female voices.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – TACET Musikproduktion Studio Masters

Produced by Andreas Spreer
Recording: Andreas Spreer

Recorded at Abbatiale of Beaulieu-sur-Dordogne, May 2011,
Technical equipment: TACET

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