Tanzmusik der Renaissance

Tanzmusik der Renaissance
Conrad, Brix-Meinert, U. Koch, Lemmen, J. Koch, Haferland, Steinkopf, Gerwig
Harmonia Mundi 30610 [LP]
Harmonia Mundi (BASF) 20 29359-9 [LP]
Harmonia Mundi (EMI) C065 199742-1 [LP]
Discaphon 4231 [LP]
Victrola VICS 1328 [LP]
Quintessence PMC 7088 [LP]

Contents:

    Jacques Moderne
  1. Branles
    1. Branles de Bourgogne I
    2. Branles de Bourgogne II
    3. Branles de Bourgogne III

  2. Jacques Moderne
  3. Branle gay nouveau

  4. Tielman Susato
  5. Pavane « Mille Regrets »
    Ronde
  6. Pavane « Si pas souffrir »
  7. Ronde et Saltarelle
    Hoboecken Dans
  8. Ronde « Il estoit une fillette »

  9. Claude Gervaise
  10. Bransle simple

  11. Pierre Phalèse
  12. L'arboscello ballo Furlano

  13. ----
    Melchior Franck
  14. Pavane
    Gaillarde

  15. Hans Leo Hassler
  16. Intrada
    1. Prima intrada
    2. Quinta intrada
    3. Septima intrada

  17. Pierre Attaingnant
  18. Tourdion
    Pavane
    Gaillarde

  19. Christopher Demantius
  20. Polnischer Tanz
    Gaillarde

Playing time: ??' ??"

Recording site and date:
Unknown [1963 or prior];
Rel.: 1963 (HM 30), 1968 (VICS) 1981 (EMI)

Performers:
[Collegium Aureum]:
Ferdinand Conrad (recorder, crumhorn), Ilse Brix-Meinert (viola da braccio), Ulrich Koch (viola da braccio), Günther Lemmen (viola da braccio), Johannes Koch (viola da gamba), Heinrich Haferland (viola da gamba), Otto Steinkopf (dulcian), Walter Gerwig (lute)

Excerpts:
[?, from side one] Harmonia mundi HM 30922 [LP] Music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance
[?: 1, 5-9, 12] Harmonia mundi HM 30157 [LP] Tanzmuzik und Tischsitten der Renaissance

Comments:
Information from Bielefelder Katalog (october 1965, 2/1987).
This a curious release; the content appears exactly similar to Harmonia mundi HM 610 [LP] Danses de la Renaissance but performers are clearly stated as belonging to Collegium Aureum (performers only in 1965, Collegium Aureum with performers in 1987). It should be noted that these performers started to use the ensemble name "Collegium Aureum" in 1964.

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Pierre-F. Roberge