Camino de Santiago

Camino de Santiago
Musik auf dem Pilgerweg zum Heilige Jacobus - Music on the Pilgrimage Route to St. James
Ensemble für Frühe Musik Augsburg
Christophorus SCGLX 74032 [LP]
Christophorus CHR 74530 [CD]
Christophorus CHR 77300 [CD]

Contents:

    Anon., 14th c., Germany:
  1. Pilgrims' song: Wer daz elend bauen wil (part 1, 2, 3)

  2. Anon., 13/14th c., Germany/France:
  3. Conductus: Deus in adiutorium

  4. Anon., 13th c., Northern France:
  5. Instrumental piece: La quinte estampie royal
  6. Motetus: El mois d'avril - Al cor ai unse alegrance - Et gaudebit

  7. Guillaume d'Amiens:
  8. Prendés i garde

  9. Anon., 14th c., Germany:
  10. Pilgrims' song: Wer daz elend bauen wil (part 4, 5)

  11. Guillaume IX d'Aquitaine:
  12. Pos de chantar m'es pres talenz

  13. Anon., 13th c., Northern France:
  14. Instrumentalstück: La tierche estampie royal

  15. Anon., 12th c., Southern France:
  16. Lateinischer versus: Clara sonent organa

  17. Anon., 11th c., Southern France:
  18. Lateinischer versus: Annus novus in gaudio

  19. Guillaume IX d'Aquitaine:
  20. Farai un vers pos mi sonelh

  21. Anon.:
  22. Wer daz elend bauen wil

  23. Alfonso el Sabio (attr.): Cantigas de Santa Maria
  24. Cantiga 218: Razon an de seeren

  25. Anon., 13th c., Spain:
  26. Benedicamus-tropus: Resurgentis Domini

  27. Alfonso el Sabio (attr.), Escurial MS: Cantigas de Santa Maria
  28. Cantiga 26: Non e gran causa

  29. Alfonso el Sabio (attr.), Escurial MS: Cantigas de Santa Maria
  30. Cantiga 111: En todo tempo faz ben

  31. Anon.:
  32. Wer daz elend bauen wil (part 6, 7)

  33. Anon., 12th c., Spain, "Codex Calixtinus":
  34. Congaudeant catholici

  35. Anon.:
  36. Wer daz elend bauen wil (part 8)

  37. Anon., 12th c., Spain, "Codex Calixtinus":
  38. Dum pater familias

Playing time: 59' 06"

Performers:
Ensemble für frühe musik augsburg
Wolfgang Zahn (bass shawm, percussion), Hans Ganser (singer, recorders, percussion), Sabine Lutzenberger (singer, recorders), Heinz Schwamm (vielle, lira, recorder, dulcimer, hurdy-gurdy), Rainer Herpichböhm (singer, chitarra sarrazenica, medieval lute, arabic ud)

Recording site and date:
Maria-Ward-Saal, Augsburg [03/1986];
Rel.: 1986 (74032), 1988 (74530), 2009 (77300)

Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.): 321-170 (Nov. 86 as LP), 343-178 (Nov. 1988 as CD)

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Pierre-F. Roberge