Harmonia Mundi 2000, Part 2

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Program: #00-21   Air Date: May 22, 2000

NOTE: All of the releases on this program are from the Harmonia Mundi family of labels. You may order these or our own recordings at Amazon.com (come to: music:classical, and type in "Millennium of Music").

I. JAUFRE RUDEL: Quan lo rius de la fontana. (Paul Hillier, voice/Andrew Lawrence-King, psaltery & harp). Harmonia Mundi CD HMU 907203. From DISTANT LOVE: Songs from Martin Codax and Jaufre Rudel.

  II. Anon.: Lamento di Tristano & Rotta.
     St. GODRIC: Crist & Sainte Marie. (La Reverdie). Arcana CD A-59. From INSULARA FEMINARUM (Medieval Resonances of Celtic Femininity).

  III. GUILLAUME DUFAY: Supremum est mortalibus. (Huelgas Ensemble/Paul van Nevel, dir.). Harmonia Mundi CD HMC 901700. From "O GEMMA, LUX": The Complete Isorhythmic Motets.

  IV. JOSQUIN DESPREZ: La Spagna (basse danse).
     GUILLAUME FAUGUES: Missa "La basse danse": Kyrie. (Obsidienne Ensemble/Emmanuel Bonnardot, dir.). Opus 111 CD OPS 30-222. From VOX AUREA.

  V. DOMENICO MAZZOCCHI: Lagrime Amare. (Maria Cristina Kiehr, soprano/Concerto Soave/Jean-Marc Aymes, dir.). Harmonia Mundi CD HMC 901698. From CANTA LA MADDALENA.

  VI. CASPAR KITTEL: Arien und Kantaten, Op. 1: Aria XII: "Geht, meine  Seufzer, hin."  (Jeremy Ovenden and Gers Turk, tenors/Vocal and Instrumental Ensemble of the Schola Cantorum Basieliensis/Rene Jacobs, dir.). Harmonia Mundi CD HMC 905247. From CASPAR KITTEL: Arien und Kantaten.


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CD HMU 907203, CD A-59, CD HMC 901700, CD OPS 30-222, CD HMC 901698, CD HMC 905247

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