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The Rose Ensemble

Il Poverello; Medieval and Renaissance Music of St. Francis of Assisi – The Rose Ensemble

Il Poverello; Medieval and Renaissance Music of St. Francis of Assisi
The Rose Ensemble

    Anon., 14th-century Italian

  1. Trotto (instr.)
  2. Anon., Cortona laudario (13th-century Italian Ms)

  3. Sia Laudato San Francesco
  4. Anon., 13th-century conductus

  5. In Paupertatis Predio
  6. Anon., 14th-century Italian

  7. Ghaetta (instr.)
  8. Anon., Plainchant, Mode VII

  9. Fidelis Servus
  10. Padre Costanzo Porta, OFM (1529? – 1601)

  11. Sancte Francisce Propera
  12. Anon., 14th-century Italian

  13. Saltarello (instr.)
  14. Jerónimo de Aliseda (1548 – 1591)

  15. Beatus Franciscus
  16. Anon., Plainchant, Mode I

  17. Os Justi
  18. Tomaso Graziani, OFM (ca. 1550 – 1634)

  19. Dum Seminudo Corpore
  20. Anon., Magliabechiano laudario (14th-century Italian Ms

  21. Radiante Lumera
  22. Guillaume Dufay (ca. 1397 – 1474)

  23. Salve, Sancte Pater Patriae
  24. Padre Costanzo Porta, OFM (1529? – 1601)

  25. Plaudat Frater
  26. Anon., 15th-century Ballo Francese

  27. Petit Riense (instr.)
  28. Anon., plainchant, mode II

  29. Stabat Mater
  30. Johannes Ciconia (ca. 1370 – 1412)

  31. Ut te per Omnes/Ingens Alumnus Padue
  32. Anon., 14th-century Italian

  33. La Manfredina (instr.)
  34. Anon. Padre Costanzo Porta, OFM (1529? – 1601)

  35. Voce Mea
  36. Anon., Cortona laudario (13th-century Italian Ms)

  37. Laudar Vollio



Intérprete: The Rose Ensemble

Duración:  72′ 25″ 

Lugar y fecha de grabación: ?  [2009] 

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