The Lily & the Rose - Binchois Consort; Dominic Bland (tenor); Dominic Bland (cantor); Dominic Bland (vocals); Dominic Bland (contratenor);...
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  1. Stella Celi for 3 voices
  2. Salve sancta parens, introit for St. Mary
  3. So ys emprinted, cantus melody
  4. Missa Flos Regalis
  5. Stella celi extirpavit (based on the song "So ys emprentid")
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  1. Stella Celi for 3 voices
  2. Salve sancta parens, introit for St. Mary
  3. So ys emprinted, cantus melody
  4. Missa Flos Regalis
  5. Stella celi extirpavit (based on the song "So ys emprentid")
  6. Superno nunc emittitur, contrafactum of "Le serviteur"
  7. Ave maris stella, hymn for 3 voices
  8. Salve Porta Paradisi for 3 voices
  9. Gaude virgo salutata, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices, MB 28
  10. Sancta Maria, succurre miseris, contrafactum of "So ys emprentid"
  11. O quam glorifica
  12. Qualis Est Dilectus for 3 voices
  13. Sancta Maria, succurre miseris, antiphon for 3 voices, MB 49 (probably by Binchois)
  14. Virga Jesse floruit
  15. Matronarum hec matrona
  16. Anna Mater Matris Christi
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In the "long" 15th century, which lasted from 1380 to 1520 and represented the transition from the late Middle Ages to the Renaissance, there was increased attention paid in England to setting Marian devotional texts in increasingly complex counterpoint, and a corresponding growth in religious images carved in alabaster. This Hyperion release is part of an ongoing project to bring together the plainchants and choral works of early English composers, of whom John Dunstaple is the best known, and images of the alabaster ...

The Lily & the Rose 2018, Hyperion

UPC: 034571282282

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