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A Song for Francesca: Music in Italy, 1330-1430 - Andrew Lawrence-King (medieval harp); Christopher Page (medieval harp); Gothic Voices; John Mark Ainsley (tenor);...
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  1. Per la ver'onestÓ, ballata (Squarcialupi Codex No. 347)
  2. Per la ver'onestÓ, ballata (Squarcialupi Codex No. 347)
  3. Quando i oselli canta, madrÝgal
  4. Constantia
  5. Quando la Stella
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  1. Per la ver'onestÓ, ballata (Squarcialupi Codex No. 347)
  2. Per la ver'onestÓ, ballata (Squarcialupi Codex No. 347)
  3. Quando i oselli canta, madrÝgal
  4. Constantia
  5. Quando la Stella
  6. Amor mi fa cantar (a la Francesca)
  7. Non na el ao amante
  8. Ochi dolenti mie, ballata for 2 voices, S. 60
  9. Per seguir la speranza, ballata for 3 voices, S. 112
  10. O Regina Seculi... Reparatrix Maria
  11. Quel fronte signorille in paradiso, for 3 voices
  12. Puisque je suy amoureux, rondeau for 3 voices
  13. Pour mesdisans ne pour leur faulx parler, rondeau for 3 voices
  14. Plaindre m'estuet, rodeau for 3 voices
  15. Je demande ma bienvenue, rondeau for 3 voices
  16. Confort d'amours, rondeau
  17. Qui ne veroit que vos deulx yeuls, rondeau for 3 voices
  18. Va t'ent souspir, for 3 voices
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Gothic Voices' Gramophone Award-winning album of late Medieval Italian vocal music, A Song for Francesca, takes its title from one of its selections, which has a double meaning; translated from the Italian, it can mean either a song for a woman named Francesca, or a song in the French style. The music, largely from northern Italy, was written with a strong awareness of developments in French polyphony, and while these pieces have a directness and clarity that are typically Italian, many employ the latest French contrapuntal ...

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A Song for Francesca: Music in Italy, 1330-1430 2003, Hyperion

UPC: 034571112862

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