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The Resource Plainchant & polyphony from medieval Germany

Plainchant & polyphony from medieval Germany

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Plainchant & polyphony from medieval Germany
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Plainchant & polyphony from medieval Germany
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Recorded in St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University, New York, June 1974
PerformerNote
Schola Antiqua; R. John Blackley, conductor
Plainchant & polyphony from medieval Germany
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Plainchant & polyphony from medieval Germany
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  • The chants selected from the Thomaskirche Graduale (St. Thomas-Archiv, Leipzig, codex 371)
  • Durations and program notes by A. Blachly and A.J. Blackley on container; texts, with English translations by L. Rosenwald ((4)p.) inserted
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Contents
Advent/Christmas: Introit, Ad te levavi. Troped Benedicamus, Congaudeat turba. Introit, Puer natus est. Communion, Viderunt omnes. Troped Benedicamus, Johannes postquam senuit. Processional song, Hodie progreditur.--Passiontide: Hymn, Gloria, laus et honor. Communion, Dominus Jesus. Antiphon, Christus factus est. Monody, Hely, hely.--Easter: Psalm verse & tract, Confitemini ... Laudate. Conductus, Unicornis captivatur. Gradual, Hec dies. Motet, Ad regnum/Noster cetus.--Pentecost: Introit, Spiritus Domini. Communion, Factus est repente. Troped Benedicamus, Catholicorum concio.--Parousia: Gospel, Cum natus esset Jesus. Responsory verse, Gloria in excelsis
Dimensions
12 in.
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Extent
1 disc.
Lccn
75-762802
Other physical details
33 1/3 rpm.; stereo.
Publisher number
H 71312

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