Miracles of Sant'iago: Music from the Codex Calistinus - Anonymous 4 (choir, chorus)
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  1. Venite omnis
  2. Salve festa dies, hymn in mode 4
  3. Vox nostra resonet, conduit
  4. Regem regum dominum (Invitatoire)
  5. Nostra phalanx plaudat leta, conduit
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  1. Venite omnis
  2. Salve festa dies, hymn in mode 4
  3. Vox nostra resonet, conduit
  4. Regem regum dominum (Invitatoire)
  5. Nostra phalanx plaudat leta, conduit
  6. Ad sepulcrum beati Iacobi
  7. Ad superni
  8. Iacobe servorum spes, répons
  9. Benedicamus Domino
  10. In hac die
  11. Kyrie cunctipotens
  12. Psallatt chorus celestium, hymne à saint Jacques
  13. Gratulemur et letemur
  14. Ascendens Ihesus in montem (Offertoire)
  15. Qui pius ac mitis
  16. Gratulantes celebremus festum, motet
  17. Iacobe sancte tuum
  18. O adiutor omnium seculorum, répons du premier ton
  19. Portum in ultimo, prose
  20. Congaudeant catholici, trope de Benedicamus
  21. Clemens servulorum
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The Codex Calixtinus, a document housed at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, includes an odd assortment of writings relating to St. James the Greater -- sermons, lessons, miracle stories, guides to medieval pilgrimage routes, grammatical exercises for schools boys, and a wealth of chant, as well as some of the earliest examples of two- and three-part vocal polyphony. On this 1995 recording the a cappella women's quartet Anonymous 4 sings 21 intriguingly diverse selections from the collection, ranging from simple ...

Miracles of Sant'iago: Music from the Codex Calistinus 1996, Harmonia Mundi

UPC: 093046715625

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