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Singularis Laudis Digna - Gothic Voices (2), Christopher Page - Masters Of The Rolls (CD, Album)


  1. Masters of the Rolls auf CD Masters of the Rolls Masters of the Rolls 'Another fascinating exploration of music from the ever-questing and imaginative Christopher Page and his Gothic Voices. There is nothing here that fails to compel. Hörprobe Track 4: Gothic voices - singularis laudis digna Gothic voices - singularis laudis digna 5.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Masters of the Rolls - Gothic Voices, Christopher Page on AllMusic -
  3. Masters of the Rolls Music by English Composers of the Fourteenth Century Gothic Voices - Christopher Page Hyperion Hyperion "Helios" Contents: Ab ora summa nuncius (3 voices) Inter usitata / Inter tot et tales (3 voices) Vexilla regni prodeunt (voice) Singularis laudis digna (3 voices) Dulcia dona redemptoris (3 voices) Summum.
  4. Gothic Voices Gramophone Award Winners Collection – A Feather on the Breath of God, The Service of Venus and Mars, A Song for Francesca Released Sep Hyperion CDS/3. The Earliest Songbook in England – Cambridge University Library MS .
  5. Motets and monophonic songs, for unacc. voices. Compact disc. Program notes in English, French, and German and texts with English translations in container. Performer(s): Gothic Voices ; Christopher Page, conductor. Event notes: Recorded Jan. , Boxgrove Priory, West Sussex. Description: 1 audio disc: digital ; 4 3/4 in. Contents.
  6. Masters Of The Rolls Singularis Laudis Digna 5. Dulcia Dona Redemptoris 6. Summum Regem Honoremus 7. Omnis Terra/Habenti Dabitur Gothic Voices - Christopher Page, direction Customer reviews. out of 5 stars/5(5).
  7. Christopher Page, Gothic Voices - Masters of the Rolls Singularis laudis digna 5. Dulcia (dona redemptoris) 6. Summum regem honoremus the first of the English "name" composers, Power and Dunstable, further pushing the 14th century into the background. Masters of the Rolls is a helpful remedy to this obscurity/5(5).
  8. This recording from Gothic Voices and Christopher Page—acknowledged as one of the finest performances of medieval music of the last twenty years—follows their many Gramophone Award-winning .
  9. Gothic Voices: A Feather on the Breath of God Review: This is the record that started the Hildegard craze back in and you need only listen to Emma Kirkby glide and soar through Columba aspexit (the opening hymn) to understand why. Gothic Voices performs the music very simply, either alternating soloists and unison choir over a drone or using a single unaccompanied voice.

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