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    Playing the 9th and final volume of the Naxos 25th anniversary 9x10CD box set, this one themed on sacred music:

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    I highly recommend the whole collection, a journey through all the great European music:

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    Joby Talbot:

    The Path of Miracles

    Tenebrae
    Nigel Short (director)

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    A few selection from this box set I recently picked up for a "song":


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    A 14CD collection of Magnificat canticles from all over Europe:

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    VOX COSMICA
    Hildegard von Bingen
    Hirundo Maris
    Arianna Savall – voice, medieval harp, Italian triple harp, lyra, Tibetan singing bowl
    Petter Udland Johansen – voice, hardingfele, lyra, fiddle, monochord
    Andreas Spindler – flutes, fiddle, Romain bells, colascione, tromba marina, voice
    Anke Spindler – nyckelharpa, fiddles, viola da gamba, voice
    David Mayoral – santur, percussion, Romain bells, voice

    Carpe Diem Records
    P.M. Summer
    simul justus et peccator

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    Yesterday, I enjoyed listening to the first disc of a 2 CD/130 page book recording by Doulce Mémoire, performing a concert program based on a speculative reconstruction of the instrumental & sacred music--which formed an impressive Mass that may have been performed at a 1520 meeting between from the Francis 1, King of France (from 1514-47) and Henry VIII, the King of England, known as the Field of the Cloth of Gold (due to their extensive retinues). The Mass includes works by Nicholas Ludford, Claudin de Sermisy, Antonie Divitis, & Jean Mouton:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIBd...BYLPsn2eC3oqCI

    Now onto the second disc in the set, "La Chambre du Roy"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Josquin13 View Post
    Yesterday, I enjoyed listening to the first disc of a 2 CD/130 page book recording by Doulce Mémoire, performing a concert program based on a speculative reconstruction of the instrumental & sacred music--which formed an impressive Mass that may have been performed at a 1520 meeting between from the Francis 1, King of France (from 1514-47) and Henry VIII, the King of England, known as the Field of the Cloth of Gold (due to their extensive retinues). The Mass includes works by Nicholas Ludford, Claudin de Sermisy, Antonie Divitis, & Jean Mouton:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIBd...BYLPsn2eC3oqCI

    Now onto the second disc in the set, "La Chambre du Roy"...
    Beautiful recording, thanks for the link!
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    Johann Valentin Meder:

    Lauda Jerusalem Dominum
    Quid est hoc quod sentio
    Ach Herr, mich armen Sünder
    Gott, mein Herz ist bereit
    Die höllische Schlange darf nimmer uns beißen
    Wünschet Jerusalem Glück
    Vox mitte clamorem
    Wie murren denn die Leut' im Leben also?
    Meine Seele seufzt und stöhnet
    Gott, du bist derselbe mein König

    Ingrida Gápová, Anna Zawisza, Klaudia Trzasko & Joanna Sperska (sopranos)
    David Erler & Helena Poczykowska (altos)
    Jakob Pilgram & Sebastian Mach (tenors)
    Christian Immler & Dawid Biwo, (basses)
    Goldberg Baroque Ensemble
    Andrzej Szadjeko, conductor

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    Going through a 10CD collection of Early Music by Harmonia Mundi, from Antiquity to the Renaissance:

    “A person is neither a thing nor a process but an opening through which the Absolute can manifest.” - Martin Heidegger

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