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Wydawnictwo: Atma
Nr katalogowy: ACD 22804
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2020
EAN: 722056280426
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Rodzaj: pieśń

Saints Inouis - Lost and found sacred songs of the 12th century

Atma - ACD 22804
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Wykonawcy
Ensemble Scholastica / Rebecca Bain & Pascale Duhamel
Feast of the Conception of the Virgin:
Salve virginale
Alme virginis Marie
Prisquam in utero
Egredietur virga
Iesse virga celi scala
Beatus venter

Office for St. Pardulf:
First reading from the Life of St. Pardulf
Regem humilium
Organ improvisation on Regem humilium
Pardulphus largus
Ut quoque te miris
Cossessas ut opes
Second reading from the Life of St. Pardulf
Arnulphus sprevit
Organ improvisation on Arnulphus sprevit

Office for St. Yrieix:
In fide recta
Catolica religione V. A Christo quoquem
Traditui a parentibus
Organ improvisation on Traditui aparentibus
With Saints inouis, Ensemble Scholastica offers a unique exploration of medieval sacred music from the Creuse (France), a musical heritage dating back nearly a thousand years. These distinctive songs were composed and sung for liturgies in honour of Saint Pardoux, Saint Yrieix, and the Conception of the Virgin.

Ensemble Scholastica is Canada’s only female vocal ensemble specializing in the performance of medieval plainchant and polyphony from the 9th to the 14th centuries.

The service for St. Yrieix is likely the oldest of those presented on this recording: the modal formulas and ranges are typical of the Gregorian repertoire of the great manuscripts of the 10th and 11th centuries. The services for St. Pardulf and the Conception of the Virgin likely date from the 12th century, when liturgical chant had already distanced itself considerably from the earlier tradition.

Recording: Église St-Augustin de Mirabel, Québec, August 2019

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