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CL 1252

A Minstrel's Musicke

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2011

Originally recorded in 2003

Artists:

Lisette Wesseling

French songs

Jon Banks

gittern & harp, dulcimer, percussion

Matthew Spring

lute, gittern, hardy-gurdy, percussion

Sharon Lindo

rebec, medieval fiddle, pipes, pipe & tabor

Michelene Wandor

recorder

Record Label
Gift Of Music

Genre:

Medieval


Vocal & Song

Total Time - 60:57
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TRADITIONAL MEDIEVAL

1 

Saltarello

3:35
2 

Angelus ad Virginem

2:23
3 

La Manfredina

2:48
4 

Amoroso

5:15
5 

Hyer matin

1:10
6 

Salrarello II

3:17
7 

Ductia II

3:02
8 

Quant voi la fleur

2:03
9 

Estampie Royale

3:36
10 

Ductia I

2:36
11 

Sumer is icumen in

2:03
12 

Brawle

2:19
13 

Danse royale

1:51
14 

J'atendray tant

1:22
15 

Foy porter

3:32
16 

Bourgogne Brawle

2:50
17 

Angelus ad Virginem

3:45
18 

Trolly Lolly

2:26
19 

Anxi bon youre

3:40
20 

Tout leis enmi

1:21
21 

Tout par compas

2:17
22 

Ductia III

3:46
   


The music of the medieval minstrel for voice, harp, pipe, tabor and drum. Lively and cheerful dances and songs and reflective ballads played on authentic instruments from the period from ’Sumer is icumen in’ to ’Angelus ad Virginem’ and ’Danse Royale’.

Where as with harpes lutes and gyternes
They daunce and pleyen at dees bothe day and nyght

- The Pardoner’s Tale
 

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