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Alfonso V El Magnanim - El Cancionero de Montecassino - Sacred and Secular Works
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Jordi Savall, La Capella Reial de Catalunya
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Música Religiosa (Vol. I), I. Adoramus Te (4 V.) CM 4

Adoramus Te Domine (Introducción) (Antífonia)

Adoramus Te Domine (Antífonia)

Crucem Tuam Adoramus (Antífonia)

Ecce Enim Propter Lignum (Antífonia)

Adoramus Te Domine (Antífonia)
Música Religiosa (Vol. I), II. Ave Maris Stella (3 & 4 V.) CM 62

Ave Maris Stella (A 3) (Himno De Vísperas)

Sumens Illud Ave (Schola) (Himno De Vísperas)

Solve Vincla Reis (A 3) (Himno De Vísperas)

Monstra Te Esse Matrem (Schola) (Himno De Vísperas)

Virgo Singularis (A 4) (Himno De Vísperas)

Vitam Praesta Puram (Schola) (Himno De Vísperas)

Sit Laus Deo Patri (A 4) (Himno De Vísperas)

Amen (Himno De Vísperas)
Música Religiosa (Vol. I), III. Ave Maris Stella CM 76 (Damianus (Arpa))

Música Religiosa (Vol. I), III. Ave Maris Stella CM 76 (Damianus (Arpa))
Música Religiosa (Vol. I), IV. Veni Sancte Spiritus (3 V.)

Veni Sancte Spiritus (Dufay)

Veni Pater Pauperum (Dufay)

Consolator Optime (Dufay)

In Labore Requies (Dufay)

O Lux Beatissima (Dufay)

Sine Tuo Nomine (Dufay)

Lava Quod Est Sordidum (Dufay)

Flecte, Quod Est Rigidum (Dufay)

Da Tuis Fidelibus (Dufay)

Da Virtuis Meritum (Dufay)

Amen (Dufay)
Música Religiosa (Vol. I), V. Miserere Nostri / Vexilla Regis (4 V.) CM 106

Miserere Nostri (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)

Vexilla Regis Prodeunt (Schola) (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)

Quo Vulneratus Insuper (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)

Impleta Sunt Quae Concinit (Schola) (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)

Arbor Decora Et Fulgida (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)

Beata Cujus Brachiis (Schola) (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)

O Crux Ave, Spes Unica (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)

Te Summa Deus Trinitas (Schola) (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)

Miserere Nostri. Amen. (Anónimo / Dufay / Himno De Vísperas)
Música Religiosa (Vol. I), VI. Fantasia (Instr.) CM 91 (Anónimo (Vientos))

Música Religiosa (Vol. I), VI. Fantasia (Instr.) CM 91 (Anónimo (Vientos))
Música Religiosa (Vol. I), VII. Magnificat (4 V.) CM 74

Magnificat Anima Mea Dominum (Dufay)

Et Exsultavit Spiritus Meus (Dufay)

Quia Respexit Humilitatem (Dufay)

Quia Fecit Mihi Magna (Dufay)

Et Misericordia Ejus (Dufay)

Fecit Potentiam In Brachio Suo (Dufay)

Desposuit Potentes De Sede (Dufay)

Esurientes Implevit Bonis (Dufay)

Suscepit Israel Puerum Suum (Dufay)

Sicut Locutus Est Ad Patres Nostros (Dufay)

Gloria Patri Et Fiolio (Dufay)

Sicut Erat In Principio. Amen. (Dufay)
Música Religiosa (Vol. I), VIII. Patres Nostri Peccaverunt (4 V.) CM 2 (Cornago)

Música Religiosa (Vol. I), VIII. Patres Nostri Peccaverunt (4 V.) CM 2 (Cornago)
Música Religiosa (Vol. I), IX. Cum Autem Venissem (4 V.) CM 120

Cum Autem Venissem Ad Locum (Anónimo / Himno Procesional)

O Dulcissime Filie Sion (Anónimo / Himno Procesional)

O Vos Qui Transitis Per Viam (Anónimo / Himno Procesional)

O Nimis Triste Spectaculum (Anónimo / Himno Procesional)

Cum Portaretur Ad Sepulcrum (Anónimo / Himno Procesional)

Cum Vero Venissem Ad Locum (Anónimo / Himno Procesional)

Amen (Anónimo / Himno Procesional)
Música Profana (Vol.II), I.

Chiave, Chiave (Instr.) CM 131 (Toccata Instrumental) (Anónimo)

Merce Te Chiamo CM 89 (Ballatta) (Anónimo)

La Fille Guillemin (Instr.) CM 6 (Ballo) (Anónimo)

O Tempo Bono CM 132 (Strambotto) (Anónimo)
Música Profana (Vol.II), II.

Zappay (Instr.) CM 20 (Strambotto Instr.) (Anónimo)

Piangendo Chiamo CM 24 (Disperata) (Anónimo)

Puisque Vos Me Lasses Seulete / Je Ne Vous Amare Marioneta CM 86 (Double Chanson) (Anónimo)

Alle Stamenge CM 133 (Canto Carnascialesco) (Anónimo)
Música Profana (Vol.II), III.

Collinetto (Instr.) CM 22 (Ballo) (Anónimo)

Amor Tu Non Me Gabasti CM 23 (Barzelletta) (Anónimo)

Je Vos Pri Mon Tres CM 109 (Triple Chanson) (Dufay)

Correno Multi Cani CM 140 (Strambotto-Caccia) (Anónimo)
Música Profana (Vol.II), IV.

Mort Tu As Navré / Miserere Pie Jhesu CM 107 - Miserere Pie Jesu (Ockeghem)

Mort Tu As Navré / Miserere Pie Jhesu CM 107 - Mort Tu As Navré De Ton Dart (Ockeghem)

Mort Tu As Navré / Miserere Pie Jhesu CM 107 - Retoricque, Se Dieu Me Gard (Ockeghem)

Mort Tu As Navré / Miserere Pie Jhesu CM 107 - En Sa Jonesse Fut Soudart (Ockeghem)
Música Profana (Vol.II), V.

La Spagna (Instr.) (Basse Dance) (Anónimo)

Qu'es Mi Vida Preguntais CM 10 (Canción) (Cornago / Ockeghem)

Viva Viva Rey Ferrando CM 111 (Canción) (Anónimo)

De Tous Biens Plaine (Instr.) CM 85 (Chanson) (Van Ghizeghem)

Dindirindin CM 127 (Canzon Alla Villota0 (Anónimo)
The works on this 2-CD set all come from a single source: a document called "Cancionero de Montecassino" which is believed to contain works composed between 1430 and 1480. Somehow the document has survived down through the centuries; it was almost lost when the Abbey where it was stored was bombed in 1944. Luckily the document survived so that this amazing CD set could be recorded by the - also amazing - Le Capella Reial de Catalunya. This CD is the second in a series entitled "Musicas Reales", the first of which being "Carlos V" containing works mainly from the 16th century. If you enjoyed that one, then "Alfons V el Magnanim" will be a welcome addition to your CD spinner. There is beautiful polyphony, harmony, pieces for single and multiple voices, trumpets, violins, and much much more all packed into 2 CDs that run over an hour each (CD1 is over 71 minutes long, CD2 is over 74 minutes long, so you get plenty of music for the price). The musicians and choir are stunning, and the music will stick with you long after the CDs stop rotating. The first CD focuses on the Religious music contained in the Cancionero de Montecassino, and is thus more subdued and ethereal than the second CD which contains profane music from the same source. The second CD has some uppidty tunes and the mood is drastically different from the relatively more subdued first CD. The CDs together represent a wide range of the music of the 15th century. Alfons V made Naples his homebase, and from this city he attracted musicians from all over - what was then known as - "the world". Thus, this collection is really an amalgam of many styles and contains music sung in many languages. The CD booklet contains much information about Alfons V, the Cancionero de Montecassino, and the music on these CDs (in 6 languages, which is typical for Alia Vox). This collection is well worth the price and will reward many listenings for any fan of early Renaissance music.
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