Music of Medieval England
- Honey from the Thorn
- Music of Medieval England
Tim Rayborn, et al.
Tim Rayborn (UPC: 884501118392) [CD]
- Estampie "Dou way, Robin" (T. Rayborn, mid-13th cent.
- Salve virgo virginum (late 13th cent. Marian conductus)
- Three Songs of St. Godric (mid-12th cent.)
- Estampie "Volez oyer" (T. Rayborn, based on a 13th
cent. Anglo-Norman love motet) [instr.]
- Motet on Godric's "Sainte Nicholas" (T. Rayborn, early
13th cent. style) [instr.]
- Worldes blis (mid-13th cent. morality song)
- The milde Lomb (arr. T. Rayborn, mid 13th cent. crucifixion
- Sancta mater graciae / dou way, Robin (mid-13th cent. Marian
- Stond wel, moder (arr. T. Rayborn & S. Kammen, 13-th cent.
crucifixion song) [instr.]
- Brid one breere (early 14th cent. love song)
- Estampie "Luttrell" (T. Rayborn, inspired by Luttrell
Psalter, early 14th cent.) [instr.]
- Miri it is (mid-13th cent. winter lament)
- Maiden moder milde (T. Rayborn, 13th cent. bilingual crucifixion
poem, English & Anglo-Norman)
- Lou, lou, lou (early 14th cent. comical song) [instr.]
- Maiden in the mor lay (J. Fleagle, early 14th cent. poem)
- Symphonia (arr. T. Rayborn, from tenor of motet Spiritus et
alme, mid-13th cent.) [instr.]
- With longing I am lad (early 14th cent. love poem, music adapted
from 13-th cent. French song, De Yesse naïstre)
- Anglia planctus itera (arr. T. Rayborn, lament on death of
Geoffrey, Duke of Brittany, d.1186) [instr.]
- Nota (mid-13th cent.) [instr.]
- Whanne mine eyhnen misten (13th cent. morality poem)
Playing time: 69' 03"
Tim Rayborn (voice, harp, psaltery, percussion, lute, symphonie),
Annette Bauer (recorders, voice), Phoebe Jevtovic (voice), Shira
Kammen (vielle, harp), Susan Rode Morris (voice)
Recording site and date:
Hypercussion Studio, Berkeley, CA - Muscletone Studio, Albany, CA
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