Philippe le Chancelier

Philippe Le Chancelier - School of Notre Dame
Sequentia
Deutsche Harmonia Mundi (BMG) RD 77035 QA [CD]
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Contents:

  1. Luto carens et latere (a 3)
  2. Sol oritur in sydere
  3. Clavus pungens acumine
  4. Si vis vera frui luce
  5. Gedeonis area
  6. Le lai des Pucelles
  7. Dic, Christi Veritas
  8. Veritas, equitas
  9. Luto carens et latere (a 1)

Sources:
[1] Wolfenbüttel, Herzog-August-Bibliothek, Codex Guelf. 628 Helmst., fol. 80r
[2] Florenz, Bibl. Laur., Plut. 29.1, fol. 422r
[3] Florenz, Bibl. Laur., Plut. 29.1, fol. 358r
[4] Florenz, Bibl. Laur., Plut. 29.1, fol. 431v
[5] Florenz, Bibl. Laur., Plut. 29.1, fol. 239v
[6] Paris, Bibl. Nat,, f.fr. 12615, fol. 71r
[7] Florenz, Bibl. Laur., Plut. 29.1, fol. 203r. / Wolfenbüttel, Herzog-August-Bibliothek, Codex Guelf. 628 Helmst., fol. 73r
[8] Florenz, Bibl. Laur., Plut. 29.1, fol. 440v
[9] Florenz, Bibl. Laur., Plut. 29.1, fol. 463v

Performers:
Sequentia, Ensemble für Musik des Mittelalters
Barbara Thornton (voice, organetto), Benjamin Bagby (voice, harp), Margriet Tindemans (fiddle)
with participation of:
Eric Menzel (voice), Edmond Brownless (voice), Stephen Grant (voice), Richard Corbeil (voice)

Playing time: 63'

Recording site and date:
St. Amandus-Kirche in Kön-Rheinkassel [11/1986];
rel.: 1990 (77035), 2004 (60156)

Philippe was a famous theologian who wrote the texts for many of the surviving conducti of the period, including the Beata Viscera of Perotin. Some music possibly by him also survives, and forms the subject of the present citation.

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Todd M. McComb