Christmas Stocking Stuffers

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Program: #01-48   Air Date: Nov 26, 2001

Our annual listen to new releases appropriate as gifts as we enter the Advent season.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant in memory of Susan Jayne.

1). MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER (c.1643-1704): Dialogus inter angelum et pastores, H. 406. (Il Seminario Musicale/Gerard Lesne, coductor & counter-tenor). From: Trois histoires sacrees--Astree/Naive CD E-8821.

2). NICOLAS de GRIGNY (1672-1703): A solis ortus cardine. (Les Chantres du Roy/Jean-Pierre Lecaudey, organ [Julien Tribuot 1699] at the church of St.-Martin de Seurre). From: Les cinq hymnes (1699)--Pavane CD ADW-7451.

3). GOTTFRIED HEINRICH STOLZEL (1690-1749): Cantata for New Year's Day: "Alles, was ihr tut mit Worten oder Werken." (Britta Schwarz, mezzo/Henning Voss, alto/Jan Kobow, tenor/ Klaus Mertens, bass/Weimar Baroque Ensemble/Ludger Remy, dir.). From: Christmas Oratorio, Cantatas 6-10--CPO CD 999.735.

4). WILLIAM BYRD (1535/40--1623): Propers for Lady Mass from Christmas to the Purification: Introit "Vultum tuum" Gradual "Speciosus forma." (The Cardinall's Musick/Andrew Carwood, dir.). From: The Byrd Edition, Volume VII--ASV/Gaudeamus CD GAU 224.

5). PEROTINUS/PHILIPPE le CHANCELLIER (early 12th cen): Beata Viscera. Anon.: O magnum mysterium (from the Cistercian Antiphonary of Morimondo). Anon.: Laetabundus (Sequence from the Mass of St. Bernard). (Choeur Gregorien de Paris, Voix de femmes). From Marie--Naive CD V-4868

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CD E-8821, CD ADW-7451, CPO CD 999.735, CD GAU 224, CD V-4868

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