Medieval and Renaissance Songs and Dances

Medieval and Renaissance Songs and Dances
Musica Antiqua - Michael Uridge, dir.
Bescol CD 532

Contents:

    Renaissance Song and Dance

    J. Von Burck:
  1. Now Will The Sound of Singing Tell

  2. Anon., The Gervaise collection of 1550:
  3. Bransles de Champaigne

  4. Anon., The Attaignant collection of 1530:
  5. Basse Dance: La Scarpa my faict mal (The ill-fitting shoe)

  6. Anon., 16h c.:
  7. The Frog Galliard

  8. Anon., The Attaignant collection of 1530:
  9. Basse Dance: Die Katze (The Cats)
  10. Branle

  11. Anon., The Hens-Praetorius collection of 1612:
  12. Dance
  13. Dance Suite - Erasmus Widman - Collection of 1613

    Erasmus Widemann Collection of 1613: Dance Suite
  14. Johana
  15. Regina
  16. Rosina
  17. Magdalena
  18. Margaretha
  19. Three English Songs for Voices and Insdtruments

    Anon., 15th c., The Coventry Carol.:
  20. Lully, Lullary

  21. Francis Pilkington:
  22. Diaphenia

  23. Thomas Forde:
  24. Now I See Thy Looks Were Feigned
  25. Instrumental Music of the Early Baroque

    Melchior Franck:
  26. Aufzug I
    Aufzug II

  27. Paul Peuerl:
  28. Schreittanz (Spring Dance)

  29. François Couperin:
  30. Le Rossignol en Amour

  31. Samuel Scheidt:
  32. Suite for Broken Consort
  33. Festive Sounds

    Anon., England, 14th c.:
  34. Trotto
  35. Motet: Alle psallite - Alleluyan

  36. Anon., England, 14th c.:
  37. Carol: Angelus ad virginem
  38. Carol: The Boys' Carol
  39. Trouvere tunes

    Anon., Trouvères:
  40. Rondeau: Dieux D'Amours
  41. Virelai: E Dame Jolie
  42. The Cabinet Organ

    Kotter
  43. Preambulum in fa

  44. Neusiedler:
  45. Der Zeuner Tantz
  46. Judentantz

  47. Kleber:
  48. Preambulum in re

  49. Ammerbach:
  50. Passametzo d'Angleterre
  51. Lauda and Motet

    Anon., 13th c.:
  52. Alla Trinita
  53. Venite a Laudare

  54. Anon.:
  55. Factum Est - Dominus
  56. Letitur iustus
  57. Minstrel Melodies

    Anon., Minstrels: Liederbuch
  58. Ach Reine Zart
  59. Das Jaegerhorn

  60. Anon.:
  61. Minnelied: The Virtues of King Rudolph
  62. Medieval Dance

    Anon., France, ca 1300:
  63. Dance Tune

  64. Anon., England, 13th c.:
  65. Stantipes

  66. Anon., France:
  67. Estampie

Playing time: 68' 13"

Artists:
The Musica Antiqua [Michael Uridge (recorders, etc), Patrick Taylor (recorders, etc), Margaret Taylor (recorders, etc), Pamela Vaughan (strings), Shirley Vaughan (gamba), Irene Forrester (voil, rec.), Neil Turner (perc), Paul Dunderdale (percussion); Singers: Kathleen Moody, Anne Metherell, Mary Kelly, Penelope Shone, Anita Hooper, Dorothy Uridge, Deborah Moody, Jane Weaver, Patrick Moody, Neil Turner, Peter Vaughan] - Michael Uridge, dir.

Recording site and date:
[1]-[19] Unknown [19?? or prior]
[20]-[40] Unknown [1977 or prior]

Excerpts from:
[1]-[19] Oryx EXP 79 [LP] Renaissance sounds
[20]-[40] Legend LGD 024/5 [LPx2] "Medieval and Renaissance Music". Also released as Legend KGLD 024/5 [Cass. x2]

Excerpts:
[20]-[40] Legacy CD 397 [CD] "A Cheerful Noise"

Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.):
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 55/658-1578 & 1622 (march 1978 (as Legend LGD/KLGD 024/5))
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.):

Comments:
One of many; minimal information provided, no booklet. Information from owned CD, Gramophone and Lisa ?? (from rec.music.early)

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Pierre-F. Roberge