Western medieval music

chosen by Criticus

- Europe and Mediterranean region, period: c. 500–1400 A.D.

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  • the medieval music of the day:

Anonymous of Medieval Italy - Saltarello

  • Gregorianischer Choral: Tod und Auferstehung (Death and Resurrection), Benediktinerabtei Münsterschwarzach, Pater Godehard Joppich, Germany, Archiv Produktion, Galleria, 1982. no preview available
  • Gregorian Chant: Las Mejoras Obras del Canto Gregoriano, Coro de Monjes del Monasteiro Benedectiono de Santo Domingo de Silos, Spain, EMI Classics, 1980.  no preview available
  • Gregorian Chant: Chant d'adoration, Soeurs Bénédictines du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, Paris, France.  no preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Douce dame jolie, 1346.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, J'aim sans penser.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Je vivroie liement.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Tels rit au main qui au soir pleure.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, De fortune me doi plaindre et loer.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Joie, plaisance et douce nourriture.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Amours me fait désirer.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Tres douce dame que j'aour.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Toute flour.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Fiat voluntas tua.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, La Messe de Nostre Dame: Credo.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, He! Dame de valour.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Ay mi!  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Dame, vostre dous viaire.  preview
  • Guillaume de Machaut, Puis qu'en oubli sui de vous, dous amis.  preview
  • Anonymous, La quinte estampie réale, France, 13th c. preview
  • Anonymous, Estampie et ungaresca .  preview
  • Anonymous, Stella nuova'n fra la gente, Italy, 12th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Codex Las Huelgas, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous Occitain, A l'entrada del temps clar, 12th c.  preview
  • Adam de la Halle (c. 1237-1288), Je muir, je muir d'amourete.  preview
  • Anonymous, Video coelos Alleluia, 12th-13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Uri liqr'a ti yafah, trouvère wedding song in French and Hebrew, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Mari stanko, music of the medieval pilgrim, Bulgaria.  preview
  • Anonymous, El Cant de la Sibil·la Provençal, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Mîzân qá'im wa-nisf, Nûba 'Ushshâq; andalusian origin, XII c., preserved in Morroco.  preview
  • Beatriz de Dia, A chantar m'er de so q'ieu no voldria, XII c.  preview
  • Beatriz de Dia, A chantar m'er de so, instrumental version, c. 1180.  preview
  • Anonymous, Bellicha, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Saltarello, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Richard the Lionhearted, Ja nuns hons pris, United Kingdom, XXII c.  preview
  • Bernard de Ventadour (1145-1195), Non es meravelha.  preview
  • Bernard de Ventadour, Quan l'erba fresca e'l folha par.  preview
  • Bernard de Ventadour, Quan vei la lauzeta mover.  preview
  • Anonymous, Cherubim hymn, orthodox music.  preview
  • Anonymous, Ιδου ο νυμφιοσ έρχεται... (Iata Mirele vine ...), byzantine orthodox music.  preview
  • Anonymous, Codex Rossi: Amor mi fa cantar a la Francesca, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Saltarello, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Saltarello (feat. Dead Can Dance), Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Troubadour song, France.  preview
  • Anonymous, Ductia, women's medieval dance, originating in France, 13th c.  preview
  • Guillaume Du Fay (1397-1474), He, compaignons, resvelons nous.  preview
  • Anonymous, Miri it is while sumer ilast, England, U.K., 1225.  preview
  • Anonymous, Worldes blis ne last no throwe, England, U.K., 1265.  preview
  • Anonymous, Liement me deport par semblant, mais...., France.  preview
  • Anonymous, Esta montaña d'enfrente, traditional sephardic song.  preview
  • Anonymous, Fa mi cantar / Iesu Cristo glorioso, Italy, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Incalci, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Giporte miebramant, Italy, 14th c. preview
  • Anonymous, Tre fontane, Italy, 14th c. preview
  • Anonymous, Ne m'oublie mie, France.  preview
  • Anonymous, French medieval song, France, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Tourdion, composed for the Burgundian court, Netherlands, 14th c.  preview
  • Gace Brulé (1160-1213), Biaus m'este quant retentit la bruille, France, 13th c.  preview
  • Gaucelm Faidit (1150-1205), Fortz chaussa est.  preview
  • Jacopo da Bologna (before 1340-1360), Posando sopra un'acqua, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Jacopo da Bologna, Lux purpurata/Diligite Justitiam.  preview
  • Jacopo da Bologna, O cieco mondo.  preview
  • Jacque de Cambrais (1260-1280): Retrowange novelle, France, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Escorial IV: Ai me' sospiri; Una vecchia sempiternosa; Sevilla, Spain, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Escorial IV: Fate bene a sto meschino; Sevilla, Spain, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Laudario di Cortona: Laudar vollio per amore, Italy, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Laudario di Cortona: Laude novella, 13th c.  preview
  • Léonin (1135-1201), Organum duplum, France, 11th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Llibre Vermell de Montserrat (Pilgrim Songs and Dances): Cuncti simus concanentes, 1399.  preview
  • Anonymous, Llibre Vermell de Montserrat: Stella splendens.  preview
  • Marcabru (c. 1100-1150), L'autrier just'una sebissa, Gascogne, France, 12th c.  preview
  • Marcabru, Pax in nomine Domini.  preview
  • Marcabru, Lo vers comens.  preview
  • Anonymous, La Suite Meurtriere; La Segonda retroencha; Salterello (I); Rokatanc;  Rassa, tan creis e monta e poia; Salterello-trotto (II); Spanish bombs; Au temps d'auost; Amarcatu; Odisete; Tempus transit gelidum; Esek Bayrami; (compilation of western medieval music).  preview
  • Anonymous, Estampie.  preview
  • Anonymous, Saltarello, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Tant m'abelis, France, c. 12th century.  preview
  • Anonymous, Domna pos vox ay chausida.  preview
  • Giraut de Bornelh (1140-1200), Non puese sofrir, France, 12th century.  preview
  • Peire Cardenal (c. 1180-c. 1278), Bujo, France.  preview
  • Ramon Llull (1232-c. 1315), Cantaben els osells, Spain.  preview
  • Berenguer de Palou, Ai tal domna, 12th c.  preview
  • Ramon Llull, Reis glorios.  preview
  • Anonymous, Mowachah Billadi Askara Min adbi Llama, arab-andalus music, Spain.  preview
  • Anonymous, Carmina Burana: O Fortuna, Germany.  preview
  • Anonymous, O Panoraios, byzantine secular music, Turkey.  preview
  • Anonymous, Llibre Vermell de Montserrat: O Virgo splendens, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Principio di Virtu, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Raimbaut de Vaqueiras (1165?-1207?), Aras pot hom conoisser e proar.  preview
  • Anonymous, Saltarello, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Manoscritto di Londra: Saltarello No.1, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Manoscritto di Londra: Saltarello No.2.  preview
  • Anonymous, Manoscritto di Londra: Saltarello No.3.  preview
  • Anonymous, Manoscritto di Londra: Saltarello No.4.  preview
  • Thibaut de Champagne, Au tans plein de felonie, France, 13th c.  preview
  • Thibaut de Champagne, De fine amor, France, 13th c.  preview
  • Anonymous, Sallatu Allah, prayer for God, traditional arabic, Jerusalem, Israel.  preview
  • Anonymous, The Dance of the Soma, traditional arabic, Jerusalem, Israel.  preview
  • Anonymous, Nevestinko oro, traditional macedonian, Macedonia. preview
  • Anonymous, Song and dance, traditional armenian.  preview
  • Anonymous, Tre fontane, Firenze, Italy, 14th c.  preview
  • Gilles Binchois (c. 1400-1460), Trois chansons tristes, Belgium.  preview
  • Anonymous, La Chanson de Guillaume, France.  preview
  • Anonymous, Hungarian dance, 13th, Hungary.  preview

 

 

 

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