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Corporate Author Elizabethan Conversation (Musical group) Performer.
Title The medieval lady [sound recording].
Imprint [New York, NY] : Leonarda, ℗1997.
Location Call No. Status OPAC Message
 Performing Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound  *LDC 53592 [CD]    AVAILABLE  USE IN LIBRARY
 Performing Arts Research Collections - Recorded Sound  *LDC 53592 [Notes (Texts)]    AVAILABLE  USE IN LIBRARY

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Description 1 audio disc (65 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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Note "Medieval chant, songs & dances; 16th & 17th century songs & lute duets"--Insert. The songs acc. by various medieval and renaissance instruments.
Performer Elizabethan Conversation (Susan Sandman, Derwood Crocker) ; with Andrea Folan, soprano.
Event Recorded at Alice Barler Recital Hall, Wells College, Aurora NY, Sept. 1994.
Note Compact disc.
Biographical and program notes, principally by Susan G. Sandman, and vocal texts with English translations (15 p. : ill.)--inserted in container.
Contents A chantar / Countess of Dia (7:32) -- Mout m'abelist quant je voi revenir / Maroie de Dregnau de Lille (1:37) -- Amours, u trop tart me sui pris / Queen Blanche (4:26) -- Trotto (1:23) ; Estampie (1:25) / anon. -- In Evangelium (1:51) ; O viridissima virga (4:32) ; O Ierusalem, aurea civitas (7:17) / Hildegard of Bingen -- Saltarello (1:29 ; 1:54) ; La manfredina (2:38) / anon. -- O Deathe, rock me asleepe [attributed to] Anne Boleyn (7:08) -- Sweetest love I do not goe / Lady Killigrew (3:40) -- Tower Hill / Giles Farnaby (3:24) -- Green sleeves / anon. (2:53) -- When first I saw fair Dorris' eyes (2:10) ; And is this all? What one poor kisse? (0:55) ; In vain fair Chloris, you design (2:58) / Mary Harvey, Lady Dering -- La rosignoll / anon. (2:42) -- Nobody's gigge / Richard Farnaby (2:29).
Language Sung in Old French, Latin and English.
Subject Music by women composers.
Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble.
Instrumental music.
Music -- 500-1400.
Music -- 15th century.
Music -- 16th century.
Music -- 17th century.
Instrumental music. (OCoLC)fst00974414
Music by women composers. (OCoLC)fst01030520
Music. (OCoLC)fst01030269
Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble. (OCoLC)fst01126144
Chronological Term 500 - 1699
Added Author Folan, Andrea. Singer.
Dia, comtessa de, active 12th century-13th century. A chantar m'er de so qu'en no volria.
Maroie, de Diergnau, active 13th century. Mout m'abelist quant je voi revenir.
Blanche, of Castile, Queen, consort of Louis VIII, King of France, 1188-1252. Amours, u trop tart me sui pris.
Hildegard, Saint, 1098-1179. Symphonia armonie celestium revelationum. O rubor sanguinis.
Hildegard, Saint, 1098-1179. Symphonia armonie celestium revelationum. O viridissima virga.
Hildegard, Saint, 1098-1179. Symphonia armonie celestium revelationum. O Jerusalem aurea civitas.
Anne Boleyn, Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England, 1507-1536. O death rock me asleep.
Killigrew, Lady, active 17th century. Sweetest love I do not goe.
Farnaby, Giles, approximately 1565-1640. Tower hill.
Harvey, Mary, 1629-1704. When first I saw fair Dorris' eyes.
Harvey, Mary, 1629-1704. And is this all? What one poor kisse?
Harvey, Mary, 1629-1704. In vain, fair Chloris, you design.
Farnaby, Richard. Nobodyes gigge.
Added Title Greensleeves.
Research Call Number *LDC 53592