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Sacred Women: Women as Composers and Performers of Medieval Chant ()

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  1. Alywma (Crucifixion)
  2. Alleluia - Victimae pascali laudes (Prose for Easter)
  3. O magne pater, antiphon
  4. Alleluia, antiphon from the octoechoes (Athens MS 2406)
  5. Benedicamus Virgini Matri, for men's ensemble
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  1. Alywma (Crucifixion)
  2. Alleluia - Victimae pascali laudes (Prose for Easter)
  3. O magne pater, antiphon
  4. Alleluia, antiphon from the octoechoes (Athens MS 2406)
  5. Benedicamus Virgini Matri, for men's ensemble
  6. Catholicorum Concio
  7. Augustus, sticheron idiomelon doxastikon (Vespers of December 25) (Athens MS 883)
  8. Rex virginum amator (2v Kyrie trope)
  9. Kyrie eleyson (Greek-Arabic Kyrie trope)
  10. Inna Moussa
  11. Salve Regina Glorie
  12. Ordo Virtutum, liturgical drama: O plangens vox
  13. Fallen Woman
  14. Mundi Dolens de Iactura, motet
  15. Ya rabbi - L'Apostikhon de l'Office de Mercredi Saint (Prire de Marie-Madeleine)
  16. Psallat Chorus in Novo Carmina; Eximie Pater Egregie; (Aptatur), motet, for men's ensemble
  17. Rex noster promptus est, response for the Holy Innocents
  18. Audi pontus, audi tellus, motet
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Sacred Women: Women as Composers and Performers of Medieval Chant 2001, Dorian

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