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An educational programme featuring early music. Today we start preparing for the Utrecht Early Music Festival, which will take place at the end of August 2019.

This year the Festival’s theme is: Naples. We will look at the musical history of Naples during four programmes, from the Middle Ages until the eighteenth century. Today part 1: the Middle Ages.

 

Adam de la Halle (ca 1245 – ca 1300)
1 Je muir d’amourette
2 Pour coi se plaint d’amours nus
Evelyne Moser, vocals an instruments
(CD: Douce dame jolie. DBA Productions 20051201, 2005)
3 Minette
Paul Hillier, bariton. The Harp Consort conducted by Andrew Lawrence-King
(CD: Les travailleurs de la mer. Harmonia Mundi 907330, 2006)

Philippe de Vitry (1291-1361)
4 Vos qui admiramini
5 Impudenter circumvivi
Cantica Symphonia conducted by Giuseppe Maletto
(CD: Almisonis melos. Opus 111 OPS 30-309, 2001)
6 Providence la senée
7 Floret cum vana gloria
Sequentia
(CD: Vitry: Motets et chansons. RCA RD 77095, 2005, origin 1991)

Anthonello da Caserta (fl. ca 1400)
8 Amour m’a le cuer mis
9 Notes pour moi ceste ballade
Mala Punica conducted by Pedro Memelsdorff
(CD: Vertù contra furore. Arcana A 372, 2014, origin. 1996)

Philippus de Caserta (fl. ca. 1400)
10 Par les bons Gedeon et Sanson
Graindelavoix conducted by Björn Schmelzer
(CD: Cesena: songs for popes, princes and mercenaries. Glossa GCD P32106, 2012)

Juan Cornago (ca 1400 – na 1475)
11 Porque más sin duda creas
12 Pues que Dios te fizo tal
13 Gentil dama, mon se gana
Capella de Ministrers conducted by Carles Magraner
(CD: Alfons el Magnànim. Auvidis Ibèrica (Naïve) AVI 8022, 2001)

Supplements:
Anonymous
14 Basse danse du roy despaingne
15 Dindiridin
Capella de Ministrers conducted by Carles Magraner
(CD: Alfons el Magnànim. Auvidis Ibèrica (Naïve) AVI 8022, 2001)

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