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Gloria - Gothic Voices (2), Christopher Page - The Study Of Love (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Gloria - Gothic Voices (2), Christopher Page - The Study Of Love (CD, Album)

  1. Mikagar
    This CD is Volume 3 of Gothic Voices' "The Spirits of England and France". It's the most interesting of the three, to my ears, including the most sophisticated repertoire of late Medieval Europe. The recording was made in , so I feel a little guilty about not having noticed it until recently/5(6).
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  2. Kadal
    Gothic Voices, Christopher Page - The Study of Love: French Songs and Motets of the 14th Century - skinsectogandtini.bapccizorasiquatycmyaquicunniter.infoinfo MusicPrice: $
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  3. Gajin
    Originally founded in by the scholar and musician Christopher Page, Gothic Voices has gone on to record twenty-three CDs for the Hyperion and Avie labels, three of which won the coveted Gramophone Magazine Early Music Award. Solage: Helas! je voy mon cuer.
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  4. Nezil
    Much as I love Machaut’s music and poetry – he was a major influence on Chaucer, an influence which would be especially important to Christopher Page, director of Gothic Voices, who is also an English don – I know that many coming to pre-Renaissance music find even Machaut’s masterpiece, la Messe de Nostre Dame alien.
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  5. Bragore
    Each singer is an experienced soloist and an integral member of the group. Founded twenty-five years ago by scholar and musician Christopher Page, Gothic Voices has had a career of unparalleled success and diversity, bringing unfamiliar music - predominantly from the 11th to the 15th century - to audiences all over the world.
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  6. Mezim
    Gothic Voices - unaccompanied, medieval music. Information about concerts, CD's, the musicians and the music.
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  7. Tekazahn
    15 La grant biauté [2'10] Anonymous - Medieval Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor) 16 Gloria [4'02] Pycard (fl c) LatinEnglish Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor) 17 Se mesdisans [4'37] Guillaume de Machaut (c) Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor) 18 En esperant [3'28] Anonymous - Medieval Gothic Voices, Christopher.
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  8. Gokasa
    Christopher Page remarks judiciously in his commentary that the songwriters in the 14the century looked for ‘sweet and consonant harmony’, but they were not always successful. Imitations and counterpoint, if used (1, 3, 6, 7) are fairly rudimentary and rather monotonous, except in the ‘Gloria’ of the mass by Pycard (16).5/5.
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