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Pérotin and the Ars Antiqua - David James (counter tenor); Gordon Jones (baritone); John Potter (tenor); Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor); The Hilliard Ensemble
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  1. Vetus abit littera, 4-part conductus
  2. Deus misertus hominis, 4-part conductus
  3. Veni creator spiritus, 3-part conductus (MS Florencia)
  4. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices
  5. Gloria: redemptori meo, trope for 2 voices (attrib.)
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  1. Vetus abit littera, 4-part conductus
  2. Deus misertus hominis, 4-part conductus
  3. Veni creator spiritus, 3-part conductus (MS Florencia)
  4. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices
  5. Gloria: redemptori meo, trope for 2 voices (attrib.)
  6. Haec dies quam fecit Dominus, organum duplum
  7. Stirps Iesse, sequence
  8. Mundus vergens in defectum, 4-part conductus
  9. Procurans odium, 3-voice conductus
  10. Alleluia Nativitas, 3 part organum
  11. Surrexit Christus, troped sequence for the Benedicamus
  12. Sederunt principes, gradual for 4 voices
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U.K.-based Coro label has concentrated on a useful series of reissues of Harry Christophers' group the Sixteen, releases originally made for Collins Classics but stranded when that company shuttered its doors in 1999. With Pérotin and the Ars Antiqua, Coro turns its attention to a different project, Hilliard Live, a series of live recordings taken from the vaults of the Hilliard Ensemble made available before by the Hilliard itself, albeit on a limited basis. This particular recital, the first in the series, was presented ...

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Pérotin and the Ars Antiqua 2007, Coro

UPC: 828021604621

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