En Albion: Medieval Polyphony in England Huelgas Ensemble & Paul Van Nevel

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  • 1Anonymous: Victime Paschali laudes03:20
  • 2Anonymous: Absolon, fili mi - Doleo super te05:01
  • 3Anonymous: Stella maris illustrans omnia05:24
  • 4Anonymous: Virgo salvavit hominem02:33
  • 5Anonymous: Sumer is icumen in02:39
  • 6Anonymous: Exulta Syon - En ai je bien trouvé04:54
  • 7Anonymous: En Albion de fluns environen04:36
  • 8Anonymous: Candens crescit lilium - Candens lilium columbina05:40
  • 9Anonymous: Dou way Robin - Veni mater gracie03:47
  • 10Anonymous: Nova! Nova! Ave fit ex Eva02:41
  • 11Anonymous: Kyrie Cuthberte prece03:32
  • 12Anonymous: Sanctus02:50
  • 13Anonymous: Mater ora filium06:20
  • Total Runtime53:17

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The Huelgas Ensemble explores mostly unknown, exceptional repertoire from 14th century England. The chosen works, both sacred and secular, were found in manuscripts in the libraries of Cambridge, Oxford, Durham, Worcester, York and London.

Huelgas Ensemble
Paul van Nevel, conductor

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