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Various - Music From The Time Of The Crusades album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Music From The Time Of The Crusades
Released: 2006
Style: Medieval, Renaissance
Rating: 4.7
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Music of the Crusades. Released by Universal Music Group Mar 1991 19 Tracks. Music of the Crusades is a English album released on Mar 1991. Music of the Crusades Album has 19 songs sung by The Early Music Consort Of London, David Munrow, Nigel Rogers. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Music of the Crusades songs on Gaana. First time on gaana? let's have an introduction.

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The Crusades were a series of religious and political wars fought between 1096 and 1291 for control of the Holy Land. Christians understood the Crusades as a path to salvation for those who participated. Like the wars against the Muslims, these conflicts were promoted by various popes in Christ’s name and led by crusaders who took vows and received special privileges and indulgences. The enemies of the Church in Europe included people who were not Christians.

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Songs from Music of the Crusades by Charles Brett, David Munrow. Free download and listen Music of the Crusades. The Early Music Consort of London. Tracks count: 19. Views: 17. The Early Music Consort of London, David Munrow - La Quinte estampie real 02:15. The Early Music Consort of London, David Munrow, Nigel Rogers - Pax in nomine domini! 03:13.

The Crusades were a series of religious wars between Christians and Muslims started primarily to secure control of holy sites considered sacred by both groups. The bloody, violent and often ruthless conflicts propelled the status of European Christians, making them major players in the fight for land in the Middle East. This marked the beginning of the Crusades. Pope Urban’s plea was met with a tremendous response, both among the military elite as well as ordinary citizens. Those who joined the armed pilgrimage wore a cross as a symbol of the Church.

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Tracklist

1-1 Anon.* Danse Royale 2:33
1-2 Pierre Abélard* O Quanta Qualia (Hymnus) 7:37
1-3 Bernart de Ventadorn Ab Joie Et Ab Joven M'apais Condesa De Dia 5:25
1-4 Pèire Cardenal* Razos Es Qu'ieu M'esbaudei
1-5 Anon.* La Spagna 3:30
Anon.* Messe De La Nativité (11th century) (15:43)
1-6 Trope: Gaudeamus Hodie - Introït: Puer Natus Est 6:40
1-7 Organum: Graduel Viderunt Omnes 3:45
1-8 Antienne Ecce Annuntio Vobis 1:16
1-9 Trope: Qui Es Sine Principio - Offertoire Tui Sunt Celi 2:21
1-10 Trope: Radix Lesse Virga - Communion: Viderunt Omnes 1:52
1-11 Anon.* Istampitta Gaetta 6:14
1-12 Martim Codax* Ay Deus, Se Sa Bora O Meu Amigo 5:24
1-13 Anon.* Rorate Caeli Desuper (Gregorian Chant) 5:07
1-14 Anon.* Trotto 1:27
2-1 Anon.* Saltarello 2:13
2-2 Lorenzo Masini* Non Perch'i' Speri, Donna (Ballata) 4:02
2-3 Anon.* Nesciens Mater 0:40
2-4 Byttering* Nesciens Mater 2:25
2-5 Anon.* Indescort (Diminution Issue Du Codex Faenza Sur la Ballade Anonyme; A Discort Son Desir Et Esperance) 2:56
2-6 Anon.* L'amoureuse Flour D'esté/En L'estat D'amere Tristour/[Sicut Fenum Arui] 3:06
2-7 Anon.* Se Vrai Secours Briefvement Ne M'eslye (Ballade) 8:46
2-8 Jehan De Lescurel A Vous, Douce Debonaire 2:22
2-9 Guillaume de Machaut Hareu! Hareu! Le Feu - Helas! Ou Sera Pris Comfors (Motet) - Obediens Usque Ad Mortem 2:37
2-10 Guillaume de Machaut Amours Me Fait Desirer 2:37
2-11 Guillaume de Machaut Trop Plus Est Bele/Biaute Paree de Valour/Je Ne Sui Mie 2:25
2-12 Anon.* Quarte Estampie Royale 3:04
2-13 Jaufré Rudel de Blaye* Lanquan Li Jorn Son Lonc En May 4:15
2-14 Jaufré Rudel de Blaye* Can Lo Rossinhols 3:34
2-15 Traditional Lou Rossinhol 0:49
2-16 Marcabru L'autrier Just Una Sebissa 3:45
2-17 Traditional Le Roi A Fait Battre Tambour - Chanson de Toile 2:59
2-18 Anon. (School Of Notre Dame De Paris, 13th Century)* Veris Ad Imperia 1:44
2-19 Jehan De Lescurel Gracïeusette (Virelai) 2:35
2-20 Jehannot de l'Escurel* Douce Amour, Confortez Moi (Virelai) 6:24

Credits

  • Art Direction – Jessica Novod-Berenblat
  • Baritone Vocals – Geoffrey Shaw (tracks: 2-8 to 2-11)
  • Conductor – David Munrow (tracks: 1-5, 2-8 to 2-11), Dom Dunstan O'Keeffe (tracks: 1-13), Dominique Vellard (tracks: 1-6 to 1-10, 2-19, 2-20), Jordi Savall (tracks: 1-3), Michel Piguet (tracks: 1-14, 2-1, 2-2), Paul Hillier (tracks: 2-3, 2-4), Thomas Binkley (tracks: 1-2, 1-4, 1-6, 1-11, 1-12)
  • Conductor, Voice, Lute, Psaltery – Martin Best (tracks: 2-12 to 2-18)
  • Countertenor Vocals – Charles Brett (tracks: 2-8 to 2-11), Gérard Lesne (tracks: 2-5 to 2-7), James Bowman (tracks: 2-8 to 2-11), Richard Levitt (tracks: 1-2, 1-4, 1-12)
  • Cover [Image] – A.M. Rosati
  • Creative Director – Gordon H Jee
  • Ensemble – Alla Francesca (tracks: 2-5 to 2-7), Members of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis* (tracks: 1-12), Ensemble Gilles Binchois (tracks: 1-6 to 1-10, 2-19, 2-20), Hespèrion XX (tracks: 1-3), Martin Best Mediaeval Ensemble (tracks: 2-12 to 2-18), Ricercare-Ensemble Für Alte Musik, Zürich (tracks: 1-14, 2-1, 2-2), Studio Der Frühen Musik (tracks: 1-1, 1-2, 1-4, 1-6, 1-11, 1-12), The Early Music Consort Of London (tracks: 1-5, 2-8 to 2-11), The Hilliard Ensemble (tracks: 2-3, 2-4), Monks Of The Downside Abbey* (tracks: 1-13)
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Andrea von Ramm (tracks: 1-2, 1-4)
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals, Harp, Psaltery – Brigitte Lesne (tracks: 2-5 to 2-7)
  • Music Director – David Lawson (tracks: 1-13)
  • Recorder [Recorders], Flute [Flutes], Drum [Tambour], Bagpipes [Cornemuse] – Pierre Hamon (tracks: 2-5, 2-6, 2-7)
  • Soprano Vocals – Montserrat Figueras (tracks: 1-3)
  • Tenor Vocals – Fritz Näf, Harlan B. Hokin (tracks: 1-4)
  • Vocals [Spoken] – Claude Marti* (tracks: 1-4)
  • Vocals, Vihuela [Vihuela d'Arco], Vihuela [Vihuela da Mano], Cittern, Rebec – Emmanuel Bonnardot (tracks: 2-5, 2-6, 2-7)
  • Voice – Benjamin Bagby (tracks: 1-4)

Notes

CD 1:
[1] Medieval, 13th Century; France; EMI "Reflexe" 1C 063-30 103 [LP] "Roman de Fauvel".
[2] Medieval; 12th Century; France; Language: Latin; EMI "Reflexe" 1C 063-30 123 [LP] Peter Abélard - Planctus Jephta, Planctus David.
[3] Medieval; circa 1200; France; Language: Provencal; EMI (Electrola) "Reflexe" 1C 063-30 941 [LP] Cansós de Trobairitz.
[4] Medieval; France; Language: Provencal; EMI "Reflexe" 1C 063-30 132 [LP] L'Agonie du Languedoc.
[5] Renaissance; EMI (His Master's Voice) SLS 5049 (box) (LPs: OC 189 06202-4Q or ASD 3229-3231) [LPx3] The Art of the Netherlands.
[6]-[10] Medieval; Language: Latin; Virgin "Veritas" 7243 5 45135 2 7 [CD] Les premieres polyphonies françaises - Organa et tropes du XIe siècle.
[11] Medieval; EMI "Reflexe" 1C 063-30 122 [LP] Estampie - Istanpitta: Instrumentalmusik des Mittelalters.
[12] Medieval; circa 1230; Galicia; Language: Spanish; Song from: Cantigas de Amigo; EMI "Reflexe" 1C 063-30 118 [LP] Martim Codax: canciones de amigo - Bernart de Ventadorn: Chansons d'amour.
[13] Medieval; Scotland; Language: Latin; Virgin Classics 5 62488 2 [CD] Gregorian Chant: Voices and the Monks of Downside Abbey.
[14] Renaissance; 14th Century; Italy; EMI "Reflexe" 1C 063-30 111 [LP] Musik des Trecento um Jacopo da Bologna.

CD 2:
[1]-[2] Medieval; 14th Century; Florence, Italy; Language: Italian; EMI "Reflexe" 1C 063-30 111 [LP] Musik des Trecento um Jacopo da Bologna.
[3]-[4] Medieval; circa 1400 and 1410; ? and England; Language: Latin; EMI "Reflexe" 0777 (CDC) 7 54111 2 6 [CD] The Old Hall Manuscript.
[5]-[7] Medieval; France; Language: French; Virgin "Veritas" 7243 5 45357 2 7 [CD] D'amours loial servant: Chansons d'amour françaises et italiennes des XIVe et XVe siècles - French and Italian love songs of the 14th and 15th centuries - Französiche und italienische Liebeslieder des 14. und 15. Jahrhunderts.
[8]-[11] Medieval; circa 1300 [8] and 14th Century; France; Language: Latin and Middle French [9] and French; EMI (His Master's Voice) SLS 863 / 0C 191 05410-2 [LPx3] The Art of Courtly Love: Guillaume de Machaut and his Age - Late Fourteenth Century Avant Garde - The Court of Burgundy.
[12]-[18] Medieval; 14th Century [12], 12th Century [13-14]; France; Language: Provencal [13-14], Old French [16], French [17], Latin [18]; EMI CSD 3785 [LP] The Dawn of Romance: "Songs and music of the early troubadours of Provence".
[19]-[20] Medieval; 13th Century [19] and 14th Century [20]; France; Language: French; Virgin "Veritas" 7243 5 45066 2 8 [CD] Fontaine de grace - Jehan de Lescurel: Ballades, virelais et rondeaux.

Cover Image: A.M. Rosati/Art Resource, N.Y.
℗ 1972 - ℗ 1996 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd/Virgin Classics & EMI Electrola GmbH.
This compilation ℗ & © 2006 EMI Records Ltd/Virgin Classics; www.virginclassics.com.

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