『Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance』 The Early Music Consort of London/David Munrow

『Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance』
The Early Music Consort of London/David Munrow


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0946 3 85811 2 3 (2007) 2CD
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Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance

CD 1 51:12
THE MIDDLE AGES

Woodwind
1. Shawm 1:55
Saltarerllo (Anon. 14th century, Italian)
DM: oriental shawm, AL: medieval trumpet, DC: nakers, CH: tabor, JY: tambourine
2. Reed pipe 1:02
Shepherd's tune (Traditional Syrian)
DM: reed pipe
3. Bagpipes 3:14
a) Cylindrical chanter
Saltarello (Anon. 14th century, Italian)
b) Conical chanter
Ballade 'Dame, se vous m'estés' (Guillaume de Machaut, c. 1300-1377)
DM: bagpipes
4. Bladder pipes 1:08
Pastourelle 'Au tans d'aost' from the *Chansonnier Cangé* (Anon. 13th century, French)
DM, JY: bladder pipes, DC: tambourin
5. Panpipes 1:13
Chanson à refrain 'A prisai qu(en chantant plour' from the *Chansonnier Cangé*
JT: panpipes
6. Transverse flute 1:34
Minnesinger melody 'Ach owê, daz nâch liebe ergât' (Master Alexander, late 13th century)
DM: flute
7. Six-holed pipe 1:55
Chanson pieuse 'Dou tres douz non' (Thibaut of Navarre, 1201-1253)
DM: six-holed pipe, JY: Jew's harp
8. Double pipes 1:21
Virelai 'Gracïeusette' (Jehan de Lescurel, fl. early 14th century)
DM: double pipes
9. Pipe and tabor 1:13
Dansa 'Ben volgra, s'esser poges' (Guiraut d'Espanha de Toloza, fl. 1245-65)
DM: pipe and tabor
10. Recorder 1:55
English Te Deum (Anon. c. 1300)
DM: alto recorder, OB: tenor recorder, JY: tenor recorder, GR: chime bells
11. Gemshorn 1:33
Chansonnette 'Quant je voi iver retorner' (Colin Muset, fl. c. 1200-1250)
DM: alto gemshorn, JY: lute

Keyboard
12. Portative organ 1:43
Madrigal 'Ay, sconsolato ed amoroso' (Vincenzo da Rimini, fl. mid 14th century)
CH: portative organ, OB: bass rebec
13. Positive organ 2:23
Estampie from the Robertsbridge fragment (English, c. 1320)
CH: positive organ
14. Hurdy-gurdy 1:39
Chanson 'Joliveté et bone amor' (Jehan d'Esquiri, 13th century)
CH: hurdy-gurdy
15. Clavichord 2:16
'Ellend du hast' (Conrad Paumann, c. 1410-1473)
CH: fretted clavichord

Brass
16. Trumpet 2:21
a) Clarion
Fanfare 'Untarn slaf tut den sumer wol' (Herman, Monk of Salzburg, fl. late 14th century)
ML: clarion
b) Buisine
Fanfare 'ad modum tubae' (Guillaume Dufay, c. 1400-1474)
ML, IW: buisines
17. a) Cowhorn 3:37
Ballade 'De moi doloureus' (Gillebert de Berneville, fl. 1250-80)
AL: cowhorn
b) Medieval cornett
'Das Nachthorn' (Herman, Monk of Salzburg)
ML: medieval cornett, DC: medieval triangle with rings
c) Slilde trumpet
Geisslerlied 'Maria muoter reinû maît (Anon. German, 1349)
AL: slide trumpet
d) Ensemble: medieval cornett, slide trumpet, alto shawm, tabor
Der Trumpet (Herman, Monk of Salzburg)
ML: medieval cornett, AL: slide trumpet, DM: alto shawn, DC: tabor

Strings
18. Harp 2:14
a) Metal strung
Lai 'Qui porroit un guierredon' from the *Chansonnier Cangé*
GR: harp with 'bray' pins
b) Gut strung
Dance tune (ascr. Tassin, 13th century)
CH: harp
19. Lyre 0:51
Goliard melody 'O Roma nobilis' (Anon. 11th century)
ES: lyre
20. Psaltery 1:01
Hymn to St Magnus 'Nobilis humilis' (Orkney Isles, 12th century)
GR: psaltery
21. Dulcimer 1:57
Madrigal 'Tanto soavemente' (Jacopo da Bologna, fl. 1340-?1386)
DC: dulcimer, ES: treble rebec
22. Lute 2:14
Madrigal 'Di novo è giunto' (Jacopo da Bologna)
JY: lute, OB: bass rebec
23. Mandora 1:23
Chanson 'Amours que porra' (Thibaut de Blason, 13th century)
JY: mandora
24. Long-necked lute 1:15
'Aquel que de voontade' from the *Cantigas de Santa María* (Alfonso X el Sabio, 1221-1284)
JY: long-necked lute
25. Cittern 1:02
Virelai 'Quant je sui mis' (Guillaume de Machaut)
MR: gittern
26. Citole 1:46
English dance (Anon. 13th century)
JY: citole
27. Rebec 1:05
La septime estampie real (Anon. 13th century, French)
ES: treble rebec, JY: citole, OB: tromba marina, DC: nakers
28: Fiddle 1:26
Ballata 'Poi che da te mi convien' (Francesco Landini, c. 1325-1397)
ES: fiddle, CH: harp
29. Bowed lyre 1:35
Virelai 'Comment qu'a moy' (Guillaume de Machaut)
OB: bowed lyre
30. Tromba marina 1:05
Improvised fanfare / Motet 'Quant ie le voi - Bon vin doit - Cis chans veult boire' from the *Roman de Fauvel* (completed 1316) (Anon. early 14th century, French)
OB: tromba marina, JY: lute, DM: flute

CD 2 58:12
THE RENAISSANCE

woodwind
1. Shawm 2:13
Two courantes from *Newe teutsche weltliche Gesänglein*, 1613 (Samuel Voelckel, c. 1560-after 1617)
DM: soprano shawm, playing soprano and alto parts, alto shawm, tenor shawm, DC: side drum without snare
2. Curtal 1:45
Chanson 'Ce qui souloit' based on a chanson by Pierre Sandrin (c. 1490-after 1560) from *Le Premier Livre des chansons*, 1554 (Tielman Susato, 1510/15-c. 1570)
DM: soprano curtal, tenor curtal, AB: bass curtal
3. Rackett 1:30
Caro ortolano from *Il primo libro de balli, 1578 (Giorgio Mainerio, c 1535-1582)
DM: tenor rackett, JT: bass rackett, AL: quart-bass rackett, AB: great-bass rackett
4. Crumhorn 2:09
Padouana from *Banchetto Musicale*, 1617 (Johann Schein, 1586-1630)
DM: alto crumhorn, AB: alto crumhorn, JY: tenor crumhorn, OB: bass crumhorn
Schein specifically prescribes crumhorns for this piece
5. Cornamuse 1:11
Bicinium 'Le cuer de vous' from Georg Rhaw's *Bicinia gallica et latina*, 1545 (Antonio Gardano, c. 1509-1569)
DM: soprano cornamuse, AB: alto cornamuse
6. Kortholt 1:23
Bicinium 'Mon petit cuer' from *Bicinia gallica et latina*, 1545 (Guillaume le Heurteur, fl. 1530-1545)
AB: tenor kortholt, DM: bass kortholt
7. Rauschpfeife 1:33
Three Bransles Doubles from *Terpsichore*, 1612 (Michael Praetorius, 1571-1621)
DM: sopranino rauschpfeife, JY: soprano rauschpfeife, AB: soprano rauschpfeife, OB: alto rauschpfeife, AL: tenor sackbut, DC: tabor
8. Flute 1:26
Chanson 'Amor me poingt' from Pierre Attaingnant's second book of *Chansons musicales*, 1533 (Claudin de Sermisy, c. 1490-1562)
JT, DM: alto flutes, AL: tenor flute, JY: bass flute
9. Recorder (a): 8' Consort 2:17
Chanson 'Hellas! Amour' from Pierre Attaingnant's second book of *Chansons musicales*, 1533 (Guillaume le Heurteur)
DM: tenor recorder, JT: bass recorder, AL: quart-bass recorder, AB: great-bass recorder
10. Recorder (b): 4' Consort 1:22
The Fairie Round from *Pavans, Galliards, Almains and other short aeirs*, 1599 (Anthony Holborne, c. 1545-1602)
JT, AL: soprano recorders, AB: alto recorder, JY: tenor recorder, OB: bass recorder, DM: bass courtaut

Keyboard
11. Renaissance organ 2:20
Entrada réal (Pedro de Soto, late 16th century)
PB: organ
12. Regal 1:35
(a) Prelude 'Ascensus simplex' from the *Sundamentum organisandi*, 1452 (Conrad Paumann, c. 1410-1473)
(b) 'Min Hertz hat sich ser gefrowet' from the *Buxheimer Orgelbuch*, compiled c. 1470 (Anon. 15th century, German)
CH: regal
13. Harpsichord 1:57
Toccata from the *Naples MS* (Giovanni Salvatore, fl. c. 1600)
CH: harpsichord
14. Virginals 2:35
Variations on the Romanesca from the *Dublin Virginal Book*, c. 1570 (Anon. 16th century)
CH: virginals
15. Xylophone 0:57
Ballo Francese from *Il primo libro di balli*, 1578 (Giorgio Mainerio)
DC: xylophone, PW: tenor viol, JR: bass viol, TJ: bass viol, OB: violone, NN: lute, AB: quart-bass rackett

Brass
16. Trumpet 1:26
(a) Unmuted
Toccata from *Orfeo*, 1607 (Claudio Monteverdi, 1567-1643) (with additional part for 2 kettledrums)
ML, MS: natural trumpets, RB, AL: tenor sackbuts, MN: bass sackbut, DC: kettledrums
(b) Muted
Toccata from *Orfeo*, 1607
ML, MS: natural trumpets, RB, AL: tenor sackbuts, MN: bass sackbut
17. Sackbut 2:59
(a) Solo
Adagio and Allegro from *Sonata for trombone, two violins and continuo* (Heinrich Biber, 1644-1704)
AL: tenor sackbut, CH: organ
(b) Consort
'Lobt Gott ihr Christen alle gleich' from *Musae Sionae IV* (Michael Praetorius)
ML: soprano sackbut, RB: alto sackbut, AL: tenor sackbut, MN: bass sackbut
18. Cornett 3:08
Canzona for 'due canti' from *Canzoni da sonare*, 1634 (Girolamo Frescobaldi, 1583-1643)
ML: cornett, IW: cornett, DM: tenor curtal, CH: organ
19. Alto and tenor cornett 1:22
Bicinium 'Amour cruel' from *Bicinia gallica et latina*, 1545 (Pierre de Manchicourt, c. 1510-1564)
ML: alto cornett, AL: tenor cornett
20. Serpent 2:22
Canzona Quarta for 'basso solo' from *Canzoni da sonare*, 1634 (Girolamo Frescobaldi)
AL: serpent, RS: chitarrone, OB: violone, CH: organ

Strings
21. Lute 1:44
'Orlando sleepeth' (John Dowland, 1562-1626)
JY: lute
22. Theorbo 1:48
A Fancy - Praelude, or Voluntary from *Musick's Monument*, 1676 (Thomas Mace, 1612/2-?1706)
JY: theorbo
23. Mandora 1:06
Ballo Anglese from *Il primo libro di balli*, 1578 (Giorgio Mainerio)
JY: mandora, PW: violin, TJ: bass viol, NN: bass viol, OB: violone
24. Cittern 2:22
Galliarde for cittern and bass from *The Cittharn Schoole*, 1597 (Anthony Holborne)
JY: cittern, OB: bass viol
25. Ceterone 1:44
Toccata prima from the *Intavolatura di liuto, et di chitarrone*, 1623 (Alessandro Piccinini, 1566-c. 1638)
JY: ceterone
26. Bandora 0:50
Galliard from the *Braye bandora MS*, c. 1600 (John Dowland)
RS: bandora
27. Orpharion 1:36
Duet 'Le Rossignol' from *Jane Pickering's Lute Book*, 1616
JY: orpharion, RS: lute
28, Vihuela 2:50
Fantasia XI from *El maestro*, 1536 (Luis Milán, c. 1500-after 1560)
JY: vihuela
29. Guitar 1:32
Pavana (Variations on the Romanesca) from the *Braye Lute Book*, c. 1560 (Anon. 16th century)
RS: guitar
30. Viol 3:21
(a) Consort
Fantasy in four parts (*superius* part reconstructed by Thurston Dart) (William Byrd, 1543-1623)
CM: treble viol, JY: tenor viol, JR: bass viol, OB: bass viol
(b) Lyra viol
Duet 'Forget me not' (Thomas Ford, d. 1648)
OB: bass viol, JY: tenor viol
31. Violin 1:32
La volta (Anon. 16th century)
ES: violin, OB: viol, JY: lute


THE EARLY MUSIC CONSORT OF LONDON 
David Munrow: DM
Andrew vana der Beek: AB
Paul Bernard: PB
Roger Brenner: RB
Oliver Brookes: OB
David Corkhill: DC
Christopher Hogwood: CH
Trevor Jones: TJ
Michael Laird: ML
Alan Lumsden: AL
Catherine Mackintosh: CM
Martin Nicholls: MN
Nigel North: NN
Gillian Reid: GR
Mary Remnant: MR
Jane Ryan: JR
Eleanor Sloan: ES
Malcolm Smith: MS
Robert Spencer: RS
John Turner: JT
James Tyler: JY
Polly Waterfield: PW
Iaan Wilson: IW
David Munrow: direction

Recording: London, Abbey Road Studios, March, April, September 1973 & February 1974
Producer: John Willan
Balance engineer: Stuart Eltham
Introduction: Mark Audus, Adélaïde de Place
Ubersetzung: Gudrun Meier
Cover: Musicians from the *Beatae Elisabeth Psalter*, 13th century (detail)
Design: Sacha Davison Lunt

 

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