Codex st emmeram clm14274 001r

A page from the Codex St. Emmeram
By Anonymous [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

We're off on a medieval history tour from Paris to Regensburg to Santiago da Compostela, thanks to super performances by the Hilliard Ensemble, Ensemble Leones, Stimmwerck, and Anonymous 4! 

  • Perotin: Sederunt Principes. Performed by the Hilliard Ensemble.
  • From 'Hör, Kristenhait!' featuring Ensemble Leones: Pulcherimma de Virgine (Buxheimer Orgelbuch), O Regina clementissima, Resonet in laudibus (St. Gallen Organ book). 
  • From the St. Emmeram Codex, performed by Stimmwerck: Agnus dei, Virgo rosa, Ayden ma tres belle (Binchois), Vierhundert Jare (Pierre Fontaine), Mille bon jores, Tota pulchra es (Lantins). 
  • Performed by Millenarium: Trotto, Estampita sirena, Danse angloise, Saltarello 'petits riens'. 
  • From the Chansonnier Cordiforme: Chiara Fontana, Cent mille escus (Caron), Le souvenir de vous me tue (Robert Morton), Helas! Je n'ay pas ose dire. 
  • Ad superni regis decus, performed by Sequentia. Congaudeant catholici, performed by Anonymous 4. 
  • Closing music: Totz altres joys, based on a canso by Bernard de Ventedorn. Performed by Millenarium. 


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