- Medieval Music
- Noise of Minstrels
Ur Sound UrS CD 2101 [CD]
- Fanfare Dou way Robin (Anon, 14th cent. English)
- Estampie Angelus ad Virginem (Anon, 14th cent. English)
- Io son pellegrin (Florentia, 14th cent. Italian)
- Douce dame jolie (Machaut, 14th cent. French)
- Tristrams lament and rota (Anon, 14th cent., Italian)
- Huitieme estampie (Anon, 13th cent. French)
- Le grant pleyser (Anon, 14th cent. English)
- Questa faciulla (Anon, 13th cent. Italian)
- Plus dure (Machaut)
- Saltarello (Anon, 14th cent., Italian)
- Granm piant'agli occhi (Landini, 14th cent. Italian)
- Dame se vous mestes (Machaut)
- Esperanse (Anon, 14th cent. English)
- Rota Arabesque (Anon, 16th cent.)
- Se ome fezer (Cantiga de Santa Maria 207, 13th cent. Spanish)
- Edi beo thu (Anon, 13th cent., English)
- Danse real (Anon, 13th cent. French)
- Ich was ein chint (Carmina Burana, 13th cent.)
- Estampie (Anon, 13th cent. French)
- Katerina collaudemus (Carmina Burana)
- Michi confer venditor (Carmina Burana)
- Bache bene venies (Carmina Burana)
Playing time: 53' 00"
Noise of Minstrels
Ray Attfield (percussion), Penelope Cookson (soprano), Richard
Cunningham (counter tenor), David Chatterley (hurdy-gurdy, lute),
John Grubb (lute, gittern, citole, harp), Michael Sargeant (bagpipe,
lute, recorders, harp, percussion, rote, pipe, string drum), Peter
Sharp (citole), James Tribble (vielle), Peter Welch (recorders,
hurdy-gurdy, harp, percussion)
Recording site and date:
ARK Studios , Ursound Studios [1996/1999];
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