Musique Italienne du XIVe Siècle
Berry Hayward Consort & Groupe Vocal Claire Caillard-Hayward
BNL Production BNL 112 803 [CD]


  1. Estampie: Principio di Virtu

  2. Arnaud Daniel
  3. Chanson do'lh mot son plan e prim ... (instr.)
    La Manfredina

  4. Francesco Landini
  5. Gram piant' agli ochi

  6. Jacopo da Bologna
  7. Aquila Altera
    Anon., Codex Faenza
    Aquila Altera
    Maestro Piero
    Sento d'amor la fiamma
    Lorenzo da Firenze
    Povero çappator

  8. Anon.
  9. Estampie: Isabella
    Francesco Landini
    Fa metter bando

  10. Anon.
  11. Istampita Ghaetta

  12. Francesco Landini
  13. El mie dolce sospir
    Francesco Landini
    Per la'nfluenca

  14. Anon.
  15. Estampie: In pro

  16. Francesco Landini
  17. O Pianta Vaga

  18. Anon.
  19. Amor mi fa cantar
    Lamento di Tristano / Rotta
    Estampie: Chomiciamento di Gioia

Playing time: 72' 34"

Berry Hayward Consort [Claire Caillard-Hayward (organ), Claire Antonini (lute), Isabelle Caillard (medieval fiddle), Valérie Bienvenu (early clarinet), David Bellugi (recorders), Bruno Caillat (percussions), Philippe Defurne (sackbut), Chris Hayward (recorders, transverse flutes, percussions), Berry Hayward (early clarinet, recorders), Agnès Brosset (mezzo-soprano), Mireille Patrois (soprano)]

Recording site and date:
Église Évangélique de St-Marcel, Paris [12/1990]; rel. 1991

Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.):
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.):
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.):

Information from owned CD.

Additional comments from Sergey Lebedev about 2 errors in the (printed) CD track list:
1. It should be "Chominciamento di gioia" - such is the title of the piece in the famous London Ms. Add. 29987, where from all original (not arrangements) have been taken for this CD. No one will find it as "Chomiciamento".
2. "Sento d'amor la fiamma" is a monophonic ballata by Lorenzo da Firenze; there is no such work by Piero Magister (as erroneously stated in the booklet).

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