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Wydawnictwo: Tacet
Nr katalogowy: TACET 213
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: październik 2014
EAN: 4009850021308
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Miracula - Medieval Music for Saint Nicholas

Tacet - TACET 213
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Gaudeat ecclesia rondellus
Sanctissimo pontifici conductus
Nicholaus pontifex rondellus
St. Godrich songs songs
Alleluia. Nobilissimis siquidem alleluia
Incomparabiliter versus
Ave presul alme hymnus
Gaudens in domino, Jube domne conductus and 2-part lesson
Benedicamus regi sydereo Benedicamus trope
Alleluia. Tumba sancti Nycholai alleluia
Romain - Nicholaus inclitus instrumental piece
Ora pro nobis, beate Nicolae 2-part polyphonic versicle
Ex eius tumba V. Catervatim responsory with prosula
Salve cleri, Salve iubar 4-part motet
Sancto Dei Nicolao versus
Gaudens in domino 2-part conductus
Romain - Stampede instrumental piece
Exultemus et letemur 2-part versus
Alleluia. Fac veniale tuis alleluia
Nicholai presulis 3-part conductus
Nicholai sollempnia 3-part Benedicamus trope
Celica siderei sequence
Qui cum audissent V. Clara quippe responsory with prosula
Benedicamus Domino 3-part conductus
Benedicamus devotis mentibus 2-part Benedicamus trope
Benedicamus trope
3-part Benedicamus trope
In the Middle Ages the reverence of Saint Nicholas wasn't only limited to Christmas season, as it is today. Tacet, using this forgotten tradition, decided to release this album before December the 6th (2014).

Santa we know today was based on Saint Nicholas, also called Nikolaos of Myra a historic 4th-century Christian saint and Greek Bishop of Myra. The oldest historical records of him come from the 6th century. His name was removed from the official list of Catholic Church saints only by Vatican Council II.

Many musical pieces coming from England, France and Switzerland refer to this saint. Ensemble Peregrina chose almost 30 most interesting ones that were created between 11th and 15th century, and Andreas Spreer recorded them during a puristic session in Basel in November 2013. The ensemble was lead by Ms Agnieszka Budzi?ska-Bennett, ist founder – a Pole currently living in Switzerland. Ms Agnieszka graduated in Basel from Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and decided to stay in the city for good.

Zobacz także:

  • CDA 68170
  • NL 3035
  • PSAL 025
  • PN 1530
  • TACET 243
  • LWC 1132
  • CHE 02132
  • AN 28790
  • CDA 68134
  • MMCD 13029