A Medieval Christmas

A Medieval Christmas
The Folger Consort - Robert Eisenstein, Christopher Kendall
Bard 837101 4415 3 7 [CD]
Bard 5637300079 [CD]


    Gothic Christmas Music
  1. Lux hodie... Orientis partibus

  2. Aquitaine vers and Las Huelgas Manuscript
  3. Natus est rex
  4. Noster cetus psallat letus
  5. Angelorum lauda digna
  6. In sapiencia
  7. Benedicamus Domino
  8. Ave caro
  9. Psallat chorus

  10. 13th-Century England
  11. In excelsis numine
  12. Angelus ad virginem / Gabriel, fram heven-kinge
  13. Ductia
  14. Ductia

  15. Trecento Italy
  16. Benedicamus Domino
  17. Cristo e nato
  18. Benedicamus Domino (Paolo da Firenze)
  19. Ave, Dei genitrix
  20. Kyrie
  21. Gloria - Egardus
  22. Salutiam divotamente

  23. 15th-Century English Carols
  24. Nowell; Dieu vous garde
  25. Ah, my dear son
  26. Ave rex angelorum
  27. There is no rose
  28. Lullay, lullow
  29. Nowell, Nowell: Tidings true
  30. Nowell sing we
  31. Noe, Nowell: I am here, Sire Christesmas
  32. Abide
  33. The Boares Head

Playing time: 74' 44"

Robert Eisenstein (rebec, vielle, recorders), Christopher Kendall (lute, harp, mandora), Scott Reiss (recorders, psaltery, percussion), Johana Arnold (soprano), Tina Chancey (rebec, vielle, kamenc, recorder)
[1,27-29] Julianne Baird (soprano), Michael Collver (countertenor), Peggy Marie Haas (organ), William Sharp (baritone), Frederick Urrey (tenor)
Robert Eisenstein, Christopher Kendall - artistic directors

Recording site and date:
[2-26] Abbey Chapel, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts [1991]
[1,27-29] Great Hall fo the Folger Shakespeare Library [1985];
Rel. 2007

[2-26] Original release, Bard BCDC 1-9106 [CD], A Medieval Christmas
[1, 27-29] Bard 097761890247 [CD], Sing Heigh, Ho! Unto the Green Holly

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Jorge Salazar