Early Music: Gregorian Chant and Renaissance Music
Last updated: 03.05.17
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Label: Intersound
Release Date: 01 January, 1995
  1. Aeterne rerum conditor (Eternal Maker of things!), Gregorian Chant
  2. Eripe me de incimis meis (Take me from my enemies), Gregorian Chant
  3. Inventor rutili, hymn for the lighting of the Easter fire, Gregorian Chant
  4. Intellige clamoren meum, communion in mode 5 for the 2nd Sunday in Lent, Gregorian Chant
  5. String quartet No 3, composed by RMurray Schafer
  6. Paravi lucernam Christo meo (I have prepared a lamp for my Christ), Gregorian Chant
  7. Mediae noctis tempus est (It is time of Midnight), Gregorian Chant
  8. Judica me, Deus (Judge me, God), Gregorian Chant
  9. Hodie Christus resurrexit (Christ is risen today), Gregorian Chant
  10. Veterem hominem (The old man), Gregorian Chant
  11. Drömmarnes sang, for choir, composed by Carl Jonas Love Almqvist
  12. In die resurrectionis, Gregorian Chant
  13. In Te Speravi, composed by Anonymous
  14. Sancti, venite, Christus corpus, Gregorian Chant
  15. Dominus firmamentum meum (The Lord is my strength), Gregorian Chant
  16. Pange linqua (Sing, my tongue), Gregorian Chant
  17. Prelude for organ in F, composed by Nadia Boulanger, with Chicago Chamber Brass
  18. Ricercare 1st tone (doubtful), composed by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, with Chicago Chamber Brass
  19. Fairy Rownde for lute, composed by Antony Holborne, with Barolk Folk
  20. Work(s) Dona Nobis Pacem, composed by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, with Barolk Folk
  21. A Robyn, Gentyl Robyn for 3 voices, composed by William Cornysh, with Barolk Folk