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Carmina Celtica - Canty; William Taylor (harp)
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  1. Salve splendor
  2. Os mutorum, for chorus
  3. Confessor Dei
  4. O quam mirabilis, for chorus
  5. Green Grow the Rashes O! (Balcarres Lute Book)
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  1. Salve splendor
  2. Os mutorum, for chorus
  3. Confessor Dei
  4. O quam mirabilis, for chorus
  5. Green Grow the Rashes O! (Balcarres Lute Book)
  6. Lorica, for chorus
  7. Flower Garland, for chorus
  8. Five Lauds Antiphons, for chorus
  9. Through the Wood Laudie, for lute
  10. Inviolata integra et casta es Maria, for ensemble
  11. Shining Light, for chorus
  12. Beatus Gallus
  13. There Is Nothing Brighter Than the Sun, for chorus
  14. A solis occasu
  15. Ubi flumen praesulis, for chorus
  16. Sacrosanctam Kentegernus
  17. The Stars in Their Courses, for chorus
  18. Two Hadiths, for female chorus & renaissance bray harp
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It would be easy to conclude that this release by the Scots medieval ensemble Canty represented an attempt to milk the perenniallly successful sales lodes of sensuously sung plainchant and Celtic music, but that's not really what it's about. The Celtic element, largely in the manifestation of William Taylor's Celtic harp, flavors the whole, but it's not really the central point. Instead the program is based on a linkage of medieval and modern choral material. The medieval pieces, some of them monophonic and some polyphonic, ...

Carmina Celtica 2010, Linn Records

UPC: 691062037822

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