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Leonin, Perotin: Sacred Music from Notre-Dame Cathedral ()

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composed by Anonymous, 11th century French Polyphony, Anonymous, Notre Dame School, Gregorian Chant, Pérotin

Tonus Peregrinus is a group of expert singers who come together once in awhile to attack a special project, this one being Léonin/Pérotin: Sacred Music from Notre-Dame Cathedral in Naxos' early music series. Any attempt to perform or record twelfth century polyphony requires some ingenuity in preparing a text that remains musical, yet makes liturgical sense: the well-known manuscript sources for polyphonic Notre Dame Repertoire do not contain the whole prescription for performance. Tonus Peregrinus, under the direction of ...

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  1. Beata viscera, conductus for solo voice
  2. Viderunt omnes, gradual in mode 5 (Liber Usualis 409; GR. 33)
  3. Viderunt omnes, 2 part organum (attrib. to Leonin)
  4. Dominus, 2 part clausula/motet
  5. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices: (4-part organum): Viderunt omnes...
  6. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices: (plainchant): ... fines terre salutare dei nostri jubilate deo omnis terra.
  7. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices: (4-part organum): Notum fecit...
  8. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices: ...Dominus...
  9. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices: ...salutare suum ante conspectum gentium revelavit...
  10. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices: (plainchant): ...justitiam suam
  11. Viderunt omnes, organum for 4 voices: (plainchant): Viderunt omnes fines terre salutare dei nostri jubilate deo omnis terra
  12. Non nobis Domine (Ps. 115/113b), organum (after 9th cent. Scolica enchiriadis)
  13. Sederunt principes, gradual for 4 voices
  14. Vetus abit littera, 4-part conductus
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