Chansons françaises et Monodies, XIIIe - XVe siècle ...3

Machaut - Anonymes
Simone Gebelin ("Chanterelle")
Boîte à Musique 44 [78 rpm]


    Guillaume de Machaut:
  1. Rose lys

  2. Anon., Montpellier Ms, 189:
  3. À la clarté

  4. Anon., Montpellier Ms, 184:
  5. Hui main

  6. Anon., 14th c.:
  7. Amour que vous ai'je fait

  8. Anon., 15th c.:
  9. Trop penser

Playing time: ??' ??"

[1]-[3] Simone Gebelin ("Chanterelle") (soprano), H. Akoka (clarinet), Georges Bon (flute), P. Hongne (bassoon).
[4]-[5] Simone Gebelin ("Chanterelle") (soprano).

Recording site and date:
Unknown [1947 or prior]

Boîte à Musique 36, 37, 44, 45 [78 rpm x2, 25cm; 78rpm x2, 30cm] Chansons françaises et Monodies, XIIIe - XVe siècle

Information from Bn-Opale plus. It is of interest to note that Simone Gebelin (d. 1975) was a well known provencal musician, an expert in medieval, gregorian and trouvères music. She was closely associated with her husband, Lanza del Vasto (1901-1981), in founding in France "L'Arche" (Ordre laborieux de l'arche), in mid-50s, an ecumenical, rural and non-violent movement. She recorded a well known LP.:

Studio SM 30.419
Trouvères, Troubadours et Grégorien
Chanterelle del Vasto, Mildred Clary, Yves Tessier

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Pierre-F. Roberge