Flemish composers in Renaissance Italy

The Wandering Musicians
Flemish composers in Renaissance Italy
The Boston Camerata - Joël Cohen, dir.
Vox "Turnabout" TV S 34512 [LP]
FSM STV 34512 [LP, Germany]

Content:

    Johannes Ciconia
  1. Ut de per omnes - Ingens alumnus
  2. Lizadra dona
  3. O felix templum

  4. Arnold de Lantins
  5. In tua memoria

  6. Guillaume Dufay
  7. Quel fronte signorille

  8. Johannes Ghiselin
  9. Helas hic moet mi liden

  10. Josquin Desprez
  11. Scaramella
    Loyset Compère
    Scaramella

  12. Heinrich Isaac
  13. Un di lieto giamai

  14. ----
  15. Donna di dentro

  16. Jacob Arcadelt
  17. Il bianco e dolce cigno

  18. Cipriano de Rore
  19. Non gemme, non fin'oro

  20. Giorgio Mainerio
  21. Ballo anglese
    Bella francese
    Tedescha
    Ungarescha

  22. Hubert Waelrant
  23. Vorria morire

  24. Claude Le Jeune
  25. O vilanella

  26. Adrian Willaert
  27. O bone mio

Playing time: 19' 26" + 15' 16" = 34' 42"

Performers:
The Boston Camerata [Jane Bryden (soprano), Karl dan Sorensen (tenor), Richard Roytek (tenor), Robert Viau (bass), Persis Silverstein (lute, recorders, krummhorn), Alison Fowle (treble viol, vielle), Gian Lyman (bass viol, regal, krummhorn), Adrienne Hartzell (tenor viol, bass viol, bells), Joël Cohen (lute, recorder, jew's harp, percussion), Friedrich von Huene (flutes, recorders, krummhorns, conch), Erich Fiedler (recorders, krummhorns, rauschpfeife), Kenneth Roth (in track 12: krummhorn, rackett)] - Joël Cohen, dir.

Recording site and date:
Unknown [1973 or prior]

Excerpts:
[2]-[3], [5]-[7], [9]-[10], [12]-[15] FSM 33030 / 31 [LPx2, Germany] Musik der Renaissance

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Comments:
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Pierre-F. Roberge