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Various Ars Nova: A Revolution in the Late Middle Ages
 
Artist: Various
Item number: AH017
Category: Medieval Sacred
Chant Type: Sacred
Language: Latin
Label: Harmonia Mundi
Period: Medieval
Length: 77'01
Release date: 2005
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  1. Le Roman de Fauvel: In mari miserie MP3  
  2. Le Roman de Fauvel: Vers 1498 a 168  
  3. Le Roman de Fauvel: Ad solitum vomitum  
  4. Le Roman de Fauvel: J'ai fait nouveletement  
  5. Le Roman de Fauvel: Quoniam secta latronum  
  6. Messe de Tournai: Kyrie MP3  
  7. Messe de Tournai: Preface - Sanctus  
  8. Messe de Tournai: Agnus Dei  
  9. Messe de Notre Dame: Gloria MP3  
  10. Messe de Notre Dame: Sanctus  
  11. Messe de Notre Dame: Agnus Dei  
  12. Messe de Notre Dame: Agnus Dei MP3  
  13. Honte, paour, doubtance  
  14. Honte, paour, doubtance (instrumental)  
  15. J'ai frant desespoir de ma vie  
  16. Deduto sey  
  17. Aquila altera  
  18. Io mi son uno che per le frasche  
  19. Che pena e quest al cor MP3  
  20. Echo la privavera  
  21. Non do la colp'a te  
  22. Un pellegrin uccel  
  23. Godi Firenze  
  24. Campanis cum cymbalis / Honoremus Domain  
  25. Mater ora filium  
Description    
This CD, No. 6 in the Century series, is focused on Ars Nova, a musical style that came into being during this time and which literally was a "new art" in sacred musical composition. It was characterized by virtuosity and complexity, was both applauded and condemned, and provided not just the first polyphonic masses, but laid the groundwork for later Renaissance sacred music. Liner notes in English and French, no hymn text.
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