Bruges 2002, Part 2

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Program: #02-10   Air Date: Mar 11, 2002

From the multi-disc set "The Golden Age of European Polyphony" from the Belgian label Cypres, we celebrate Machaut, Dunstable & Dufay.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from Wendall Wilson.

NOTE: This program and others this spring celebrate the beautiful city of Bruges as the European Cultural Capital 2002.

For more information on Bruges 2002 you may visit their website at: www.brugge2002.com, and for more information on visiting Belgium, you may contact the Belgian Tourist Office at: www.visitbelgium.com.

All of the music on this program comes from the 12-CD boxed set (11 CDs of music and a CD-rom examining European polyphony) titled The Golden Age of European Polyphony featuring the Laudantes Consort conducted by Guy Janssens.

1). GUILLAUME de MACHAUT (c.1300-1377): Messe Notre Dame.

2). JOHN DUNSTABLE (c.1390-1430): Magnificat.

3). GUILLAUME DUFAY (?1397-1474): Missa Se la face ay pale.

This recording can be purchased through the distributor, Qualiton Imports, at: www.qualiton.com

Composer Info

GUILLAUME de MACHAUT (c.1300-1377), JOHN DUNSTABLE (c.1390-1430), GUILLAUME DUFAY (?1397-1474)

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