From Galway to Galicia

From Galway to Galicia
Mediecal Music from the Atlantic coasts of Europe, Britain and Ireland
Dorian DOR-93248


    Anon., copied from in the Book of Ballymote, 8th c.
  1. Fégaid Úaib

  2. Alfonso el Sabio (attr.): Cantigas de Santa Maria
  3. Cantiga 36: Muit amar devemos

  4. Jann Cosart, 20th c., after Trinity College, Dublin MS. 80, 15th c.
  5. The Tides of Galway

  6. St Columbanus (attr.)
  7. En Silvis Caesa

  8. Anon., Bodleian MS. Laud 108, late 13th c. with add. text from the Book of Lismore
  9. The Last Voyage of St Brendan

  10. Jann Cosart, 20th c., after Alfonso el Sabio (attr.): Cantigas de Santa Maria (!)
  11. Cantiga 267: Ondas do mar (music from A [de] que Deus pres carn' e foi dela nado)

  12. Gace Brulé
  13. De bone amour et de lëaul amie

  14. Alfonso el Sabio (attr.): Cantigas de Santa Maria
  15. Cantiga 226: Assi pod'a virgen

Playing time: 64' 48"

Altramar [Jann Cosart (vielle, crwth), Angela Mariani (voice, medieval harp, medieval Celtic harp, cruit), Chris Smith (cruit, gittern, percussion, reciting voice), David Statelman (voice)]

Recording site and date:
[1]-[4], [6]-[8] St Bridget Church, Solon, Indiana, USA [06/2001]
[5] Church of the Immaculate Conception, Saint-Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana. USA [06/1998]
rel. 2002

Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.):
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.):
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.):
Goldberg (#-p.): 26-78 (winter 2003)

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Pierre-F. Roberge