Mary Berry - Christmas in Royal Anglo-Saxon Winchester album download
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Album · 1992 · 12 Songs. See All. Tv es Petrvs: Gregorian Chant from the Vatican. The Martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket.
Songs: Mary Berry, Schola Gregoriana Of Cambridge - Versus ante officium 02:07. Mary Berry, Schola Gregoriana Of Cambridge - Introit 08:11. Mary Berry, Schola Gregoriana Of Cambridge - Kyrie 04:05. Mary Berry, Schola Gregoriana Of Cambridge - Gloria 11:13. Mary Berry, Schola Gregoriana Of Cambridge - Gradual 03:38. Mary Berry, Schola Gregoriana Of Cambridge - Alleluia 03:32. Mary Berry, Schola Gregoriana Of Cambridge - Sequence 06:31. Mary Berry, Schola Gregoriana Of Cambridge - Offertory 10:35.
Count: 12. Views: 0. Christmas in Royal Anglo-Saxon Winchester: 10th Century Chant from the Winchester Troper tracks. Versus ante officium.
Christmas in Royal Anglo-. has been added to your Cart. i have been looking for the music on this album for years-looking for anything from the anglo-saxon period really. and it has not disappointed. anyone interested in anglo-saxon culture, the history of chant (there're a few 'organum' pieces on here which are great), or the beauties of chant in general should check this piece out. and the schola gregoriana. 1000, originally produced and performed at Winchester Cathedral, though now housed in libraries in Oxford and Cambridge, comprise, along with a manuscript from Chartres Cathedral, the earliest examples of two-part music in Europe. Only in the late 20th century was this music's notation deciphered to the point of being performable.
All about Christmas in Royal Anglo-Saxon Winchester by Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge. Christmas in Royal Anglo-Saxon Winchester. by Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge.
In 10th century England, especially in a great royal and monastic centre such as Winchester, Christmas, like Easter, was an occasion for liturgical celebrations of exceptional splendor and magnificence. Some of these tropes were known all over Europe; others were local and may well have been the work of Winchesters own Cantor, Wulfstan. These first attempts at 2-part polyphony were much relished by the Winchester cantors. There is a fascinating richness and beauty of sound in the twinned low voices, especially when heard in alternation with the unison chant. The resulting harmony is surprisingly attractive and satisfying.
|1||Hodie cantandus est||Mary Berry|
|2||Puer natus est nobis||Mary Berry|
|5||Viderunt omnes fines terrae||Mary Berry|
|7||Celica resonent clare||Mary Berry|
|8||Qui es sine principio||Mary Berry|
|10||Agnus Dei||Mary Berry|
|11||Desinat esse dolor pro antiqua lege||Mary Berry|
|12||Christus natus est nobis||Mary Berry|
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