Anonymus

Anonymus
Musique du Moyen-Âge et de la Renaissance
Anonymus
Siscom SC-04208 [LP]

Contents:

    Walther von der Vogelweide, Germany, 13th c.
  1. Nu al'erst Paleastinalied

  2. Anon., Occitania, 13th c.
  3. La filha dau ladre

  4. Moniot d'Arras, France, 13th c.
  5. Ce fut en mai

  6. Anon., England, 13th c.
  7. Ductiae

  8. Anon., England, 14th c.
  9. Sumer is icumen in

  10. Anon., Italy, 14th c.
  11. Lamento di tristan e rotta


  12. Anon., Germany, 15th c.
  13. Es fur ein pawr

  14. Gulielmus, Italy, 15th c.
  15. Falla con visuras

  16. Francesco de la Torre, Spain, 16th c.
  17. Alta

  18. Anon., Spain, 16th c.
  19. Dindirindin
    Pase el agua

  20. Juan del Encina, Spain, 16th c.
  21. Ay triste que vengo

  22. Anon., Spain, 16th c.
  23. Propinan de Melyor

  24. Giorgio Maneiro, Italy, 16th c.
  25. Ungaresca

  26. Anon., France, 16th c.
  27. Bransle des chevaux

Performers:
Anonymus
Claude Bernatchez (darabouka, percussions, psaltery, dulcimer, mandoline, medieval fiddle, voice), Pierre Langevin (recorders, crumhorns, shawm, psaltery, voice), Claire Gignac (recorders, crumhorns, psaltery, voice), Sylvain Bergeron (lute, orpharion, vihuela, cittern, voice), Silvy Grenier (hurdy-gurdy, crumhorns, recorders, voice, Béarnais strings drum)
Claude Bernatchez, mus. dir. & arr.

Playing time: ??' ??"

Recording site and date:
Église de Beaumont, Beaumont, Québec, Canada [04/1982];
Rel.: 1982 (?)

Excerpts:
[1], [3]-[4], [7], [12]-[13] Analekta AN 2 8003 [CD] A la Via! Médiévales de Québec

Reviewed in:

Comments:
Information from LP. This is the first recording of Anonymus.

To FAQ references to this recording.

To FAQ CD index page.

Pierre-F. Roberge