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Secret Voices: Chant & Polyphony from the Las Huelgas Codex - Anonymous 4; Jacqueline Horner (vocals); Marsha Genensky (vocals); Ruth Cunningham (vocals); Susan Hellauer (vocals)
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  1. Virgines egregie
  2. Ave Maris Stella
  3. Castrum pudicicie / Virgo viget melius
  4. Fa fa mi / Ut re mi, discant
  5. Maria virgo virginum
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  1. Virgines egregie
  2. Ave Maris Stella
  3. Castrum pudicicie / Virgo viget melius
  4. Fa fa mi / Ut re mi, discant
  5. Maria virgo virginum
  6. Benedicamus Domino cum cantico
  7. Salve porta / Salve salus / Salve sancta parens
  8. Rex virginum amator (2v Kyrie trope)
  9. Spiritus et alme, gloria
  10. Verbum bonum et suave
  11. Salve virgo regia / Ave gloriosa mater /, motet
  12. Sanctus & Benedictus
  13. Gaude virgo nobilit / Verbum caro factum / Et Veritate, motet
  14. Agnus dei: Gloriosa spes reorum
  15. O monialis
  16. Belial Vocatur
  17. In virgulto gracie, conductus
  18. Ave regina celorum / Alma redemptoris mater /, motet
  19. Benedicamus domino 3 (rondellus)
  20. Si vocatus ad nupcias, song
  21. Mater patris et filia
  22. Benedicamus domino 2
  23. Omnium in te christe, song
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The Las Huelgas Codex, a collection of 186 pieces for liturgical or devotional practice, coming from sources that extended across Europe, was copied in the early 14th century for use in a convent near Burgos, Spain. It contains a broad variety of a cappella vocal music -- a rich assortment including masses, motets, and many types of songs -- so it's not possible to characterize the collection as a whole, but much of it is notable for its emotional expressiveness, ranging from the poignant lament O monialis conscio to the ...

Secret Voices: Chant & Polyphony from the Las Huelgas Codex 2011, Harmonia Mundi

UPC: 093046751067

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