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FULL POMERIUM The Medieval Miracle New York 2023

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  • Published by: Midtown Concerts  
  • Date Published: 2023  
  • Format: Streaming
  • Quality Video: 4 Audio:4
  • Subtitles: nosubs  
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The thirteenth century produced the first clearcut examples of independent melodies sounding together to create harmony — the defining feature of Western polyphony for the next three centuries. Our program follows this development from ca. 1250 to the dawn of the Renaissance in music for two, three, and four voices.
Chant Gradual, Hec dies Oxford, Lat. Liturg. b. 5 (15th c.)
Clausula, Hec dies (13th c.) W1 (Wolfenbüttel, Cod. Guelf. 628 Helmst.)
Clausula, Hec dies (13th c.) F (Florence, Bibl. Med.-Laur., Plust 29.1.)
Motet, Dat superis inferis/Hec dies (13th c.) W2 (Wolfenbüttel, Cod. Guelf. 1099 Helmst.)
Motet, Hec dies leticie/Hec dies (13th c.) W2
Chant Gradual, Viderunt omnes Oxford, Lat. Liturg. b. 5
Organum, Viderunt omnes (ca. 1200) Perotin (fl. ca. 1200)
Rondeau, He, Diex! Quant verrai (ca. 1270) Adam de la Halle (ca. 1230–ca. 1288)
Motet, Tube sacre/In arboris/Virgo sum (ca. 1330) Philippe de Vitry (1291–1361)
Kyrie, Messe de Nostre Dame (ca. 1360) Machaut (ca. 1300–1377)
Chant antiphon melisma, [Venit ad Petrum ]…caput British Library, Harley 2942 (14th c.)
Kyrie, Missa Caput (ca. 1452) Johannes Ockeghem (ca. 1425–1497)
Hymn, A solis ortus cardine Alexander Agricola (ca. 1446–1506)
Hymn, Te lucis ante terminum Thomas Tallis (ca. 1505–1585)
Chant, Ite missa est (12th c.) Paris, Bibl. Nat. 12976
Benedicamus Domino (ca. 1400) Paolo Tenorista (ca. 1355–ca. 1436)

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