Tuder: Lamentationes Jeremiae

John Tuder
Lamentationes Jeremiae
Marc Aurel Edition MA 20001 [CD]


    John Tuder (fl. 1470), Pepys-ms., Cambridge Cmc 1236

    Part I

  1. Aleph, Beth, Jerusalem ...
  2. Gymel, Deleth, Jerusalem ...
  3. Vau, Zay, Jerusalem ...
  4. Interludium
  5. Heth, Caph, Lameth, Jerusalem ...
  6. Interludium
  7. Men, Sameth, Jerusalem ...
  8. Ayn, Phe, Sade, Jerusalem ...
  9. Interludium "O lux beata trinitas"
  10. Part II

  11. Aleph, Beth, Deleth, He, Jerusalem ...
  12. Interludium
  13. Zay, Joth, Jerusalem ...
  14. Part III

  15. Lameth, Jerusalem ...

Playing time: 47' 58"

Diphona [Maria Jonas (symphonia, voice), Norbert Rodenkirchen (transverse flutes)]

Recording site and date:
St. Panteleon, Köln, Germany [02/2000]

Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.):
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.):
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.):
Goldberg (#-p.): 13-108 (winter 2000-2001)

Information from owned CD.
Of the life and career of the English composer John Tuder (fl.1470) nothing is known. His works survive in two manuscripts; one secular song is preserved in a copy made in 1501, and four liturgical pieces survive in a manuscript written during the 1470s. (From the booklet with the CD).
Only a single vocal part survives of this work, and Diphona has chosen to view it as monophonic music, rather than one part of a polyphonic work. To this are added some instrumental improvisations by way of accompaniment.

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