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Magdalena

Medieval Songs for Mary Magdalen

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Ben Davis

medieval fidel

Riccardo Delfino

medieval harps, hurdy-gurdy, voice

Jennie Cassidy

voice

Dessislava Stefanova

voice

Belinda Sykes

voice

Caitriona OLeary

voice

Joglaresa



Venue:

St Andrews Church, Toddington, Gloucestershire



Producer:

John Hadden



Engineer:

John Hadden



Record Label
Avie Records

Genre:

Early Music


Vocal & Song

Total Time - 68:56
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Magdalena

 

ANONYMOUS

(14th c. Italian lauda)
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1 

Magdalena degna da laudare

3:50
 

ST LORENZO GIUSTINIANI

(1381-1456)
2 

O Madelena che portasti

4:27
 

CHRISTIAN OF LILIENFELD

(14th c.)
3 

Ave, clari generis dulcis Magdalena

5:02
 

ANONYMOUS

(trouvere song)
4 

Chanter voel par grant amour

4:03
 

WIPO OF BURGUNDY

(11th c.)
5 

Victime paschali laudes

1:48
 

ANONYMOUS

(medieval Latin)
6 

Ortorium virentium/Virga Yesse/Victime paschali laudes

1:07
7 

Benedicamus Domino/Victime Paschali laudes

2:17
8 

Novum festum celebremus

2:32
9 

Istampita: Parlamento

3:06
10 

Co la madre del beato

4:02
11 

Hodie mater gaudeat ecclesia

2:36
12 

Salve, pia Magdalena

1:15
13 

O Maria Magdalena

1:15
14 

Benedicamus Domino Magdalena

0:58
15 

Magdalenam laude plenam

0:50
16 

Ave, beata femina

1:43
17 

Psallat immensas chorus

3:07
18 

Ave, plena Magdalena

3:39
19 

O Maria, prius via

3:46
20 

Peccatrice nominata (instrumental)

3:05
 

CONON DE BETHUNE

(b. 1219)
21 

Estampie: Chancon legiere

2:16
 

ANONYMOUS

(14th c. Italian lauda)
22 

Peccatrice nominata

3:04
23 

O Madalena ch'andasti al sepolcro

5:40
 

PHILIPPE DE GREVE

(13th c.)
24 

O Maria, noli flere

3:28


Britain’s top multicultural medieval band, Joglaresa, whose explorations of medieval and renaissance repertoire from western European, Arabic and Sephardic traditions have won them widespread critical acclaim, present a portrait in song of Mary Magdalen. Director Belinda Sykes’ ensemble of English, Irish and Bulgarian singers, and band of fiddle, harp and hurdy gurdy, perform 14th century Italian lauda, Latin hymns and chants extending as far back as 9th century Byzantium, including numerous modern premiere performances.

Joglaresa, whose name derives from wandering minstrels from the South of France, is unique in performing medieval music with prestigious artists drawn from the improvisational spheres of jazz and world music in addition to those of classical music. Their infectious enthusiasm, combined with peerless skill and musicianship, produces programmes that are lively, expressive, full of Mediterranean passion and colour, poignant, spontaneous and highly improvisational.
 

"...I would recommend this recording very highly, since the repertoire and the performance are enthralling."

Johan van Veen
 

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