Wydawnictwo: Musikmuseum
Nr katalogowy: MMCD 13029
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2017
EAN: 9079700700177
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Epoka muzyczna: średniowiecze
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: pieśń

Codex 457 - Medieval Music from Tyrol

Musikmuseum - MMCD 13029
Nagrody i rekomendacje
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Salva Christe te querentes-Terribilis est
Mich tröst ain adeliche mait – Oswald von Wolkenstein
Ave Maria sidus nitens-Ave decus mundi
Vidit rex omnipotens-Viderunt
Nascitur de virgine-Jube domine silentium... Consurge
Evangelizo gaudium
Par concentu
Auctor vite [Tenor]
O dos novum Domini-Jube domine lectionis nove... In principio erat verbum
O filii ecclesie-O liben kint
Alleluia. Ave Iesu
Nunc angelorum gloria
The main source for the pieces in our program is the 14th-century “Codex 457” – a chant book with added polyphony, held at the University Library in Innsbruck [A-Iu 457]. Long believed to have been commissioned by the Carthusian monastery of Schnals in Tyrol (due to the note of ownership “Carthusia Snals” on the first folio), now considered only to have been kept there for some time, but to have been compiled and used at the cloister Neustift/Novacella (at least the section with musical notation)2. The manuscript contains numerous responsories, tropes, lessons, lamentations and cantiones representative for 14th century collections. Although mainly written in Gothic neumes, there are several additions in Ars Nova notation, and the monody mingles with polyphony, making it a fascinating source of late medieval music in western Austria.

The interpretation and style of Ensemble Peregrina, founded by Agnieszka Budzińska-Bennett, is informed by the original source materials and treatises, as well as the latest musicological and historical research.

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