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Series Jordi Savall

Series about and with Catalan gambist and conductor Jordi Savall, episode 43. Jeanne d’Arc, part 2.

In this episode we focus on ‘Jeanne d’Arc, Batailles & Prisons’, the recent CD release of Jordi Savall.
For this project Jordi Savall chose the 600th birthday Jeanne d’Arc (the Maid of Orléans) as a starting point and he performed and recorded music of contemporaries like Guillaume Dufay and Johannes Vincenet. 
You can also listen to some compositions of Savall himself. 
1. Fanfares & tambours
2. Jordi Savall
– Bataille entre Français et Anglais
3. Josquin Desprez
– Fortunata Desperata
4. Anonyme
– Chiave, chiave
5. To Anonyme (15th century)
– Dit le bourguignon
6. Improv.: Ballade de la Pucelle
7. By Johannes Vincenet (approx. 1420)
– Fortune par ta Cruauté 
8. By Adoramus Te, Anonyme
– Les Solitudes Prière II
9. Jordi Savall
– Le Départ
10. By Anonyme
– Planctus Jehanne
11. By Johannes Vincenet
– Fortunata par ta Cruauté
12. By Guillaume Dufay
– Les Voix
Anonyme 
13. Adoramus te Domine
14. Adoramus te
15. Jordi Savall by anonymous manuscript (15th century)
– Planctus Jehanne
16. (Nar.: Bataille de Castillon)/Jordi Savall
– Sonnerie Royale pour la fin de la Guerre
17. Anonyme (Paris, 15th century)
– Rejois toy terre de France/Vivat Rex in eternam
18. Johannes Cornago 
– Hymne Patres nostri peccaverunt
19. By anonyme (15th century)
– Miserere Nostri 
20. Les Voix: Veni Sancte Spiritus
21. Jordi Savall by L’homme arme, anon. (15th century)
– Ballade de la Pucelle
22. Storyteller: Plus que la sainte, l’inspirée, je crois que Jeanne fut la soeur des soldats de France
23. Jordi Savall
– Le Départ
Hespèrion XXI and La Capella Reial de Catalunya led by Jordi Savall 
vocals: Montserrat Figueras, Maria Cristina Kiehr and Kai Wessel
recitants: René Zosso and Manuel Weber
(AV 9891, 2012)

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