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The Resource Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, (sound recording)

Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, (sound recording)

Label
Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Title
Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance
Contributor
Performer
Subject
Accompanying matter
technical and or historical information on instruments
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
780.902
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
not applicable
LC call number
M2
Music parts
not applicable
PerformerNote
Early Music Consort of London; David Munrow, director
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Munrow, David
  • Munrow, David
  • Early Music Consort of London
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Instrumental music
  • Musical instruments
Transposition and arrangement
not applicable
Label
Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • "Designed to illustrate the principal types of instruments in use in Europe before 1600 [and] carefully planned in conjunction with the book included."
  • In container
  • Manual sequence
  • Durations with explanatory note by Munrow ([6] p. ill.) and his book (95 p. ill. 29 cm.) laid in container
  • Program notes ([6] p., ill.) by David Munrow
Bar code
  • 31223070660767
  • 31223070660775
  • 31223070660783
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Instruments of the middle ages: Woodwind: Saltarello / Anon., 14th cent, Italian. Shephard's tune / trad. Syrian. Saltarello / Anon. 14th cent Italian. Ballade, Dame se vois m'estes / Guillaume de Machaut. Pastourelle, Au tans d'aost ; Chanson à refrain, A prisai qu'en chantant / Anon. 13th cent. French. Minnesinger melody, Owe daz nach liebe gat / Master Alexander. Chanson Pieuse, Dou tre douz non / Thibaut of Navarre. Virelai, Gracieusette / Jehan de Lescurel. Dansa, Ben volgra, s'esser poges / Guiraut d'Espanha de Toloza. English Te Deum / Anon. 13th cent. Chansonnette, Quant je voy yver retorner / Colin Muset. -- Keyboard: Madrigal, Ay schonsolato ed amoroso / Vincenzo da Rimini. Estampie, from the Robertsbridge fragment / English, c. 1320. Chanson, Joliveté et bone amor / Jehan d'Esquiri. Ellend du hast / Conrad Paumann. -- Brass: Fanfare, Untarn slaf tut den sumer wol / Hermann, monk of Salzburg. Fanfare, Ad modum tube / Guillaume Dufay. Ballade, De moi dolereus vos chant / Gillebert de Berneville. Das nachthorn / Hermann, monk of Salzburg. Geisslerlied, Maria muoter reinû maît / Anon. German 1349. Der Trumpet / Hermann, monk of Salzburg
  • Strings: Lai, Qui pourroit un guierredon / Anon. 13th cent. French. Dance tune / Tassin. Golliard melody, O roma nobilis / Anon. 11th cent. Hymn to St. Magnus, Nobilis humilis / Orkney Iles 12th cent. Madrigals, Tanto soavemente ; Di novo é giunto / Jacopo da Bologna. Chanson, Amours que porra / Thibaut de Blason. Aquel que de boontade / Alfonso, el Sabio. Virelai, Quant je sui mis / Guillaume de Machaut. English dance / Anon. 13th cent. Le septime estampie real / Anon. 13th cent French. Ballata, Poi che da te mi convien / Francesco Landini. Virelai, Comment qu'a moy / Guillaume de Machaut. Motet, Quant ie le voi-Bon vin doit-Cis chans / Anon. 14th cent. French. -- Instruments of the Renaissance: Woodwind: Two courantes from Newe teutsche weltliche Gesänglein / Samuel Voeckel. Chanson, Ce qui souloit / Tielman Susato. Caro ortolano / Giogio Mainerio. Padouana / Johann Schein. Bicinium, Le cuer de vous / Antonio Gardane. Bicinium, Mon petit cueur / Guillaume le Heurteur. Three bransles doubles from Terpsichore / Michael Praetorius. Chanson, Amor me poingt / Claudin de Sermisy. Chanson, Hellas! amour / Guillaume le Heurteur. The fairie round / Anthony Holborne. -- Keyboard: Entrada réal / Pedro de Soto. Prelude, Ascensus simplex / Conrad Paumann. Toccata / Giovanni Salvatore. Variations on the romanesca / Anon. 16th cent. Ballo Francese / Giorgio Mainerio
  • Brass: Toccata from Orfeo / Claudio Monteverdi. Adagio and allegro from the sonata for trombone, two violins and continuo / Heinrich Biber. Lobt Gott ihr Christen alle gleich / Michael Praetorius. Canzona, Due canti / Girolamo Frescobaldi. Bicinium, Amour organ / Pierre de Manchicourt. Canzona quarta for basso solo / Girolamo Frescobaldi. Orlando sleepeth / John Dowland. A fancy-prelude, or voluntary / Thomas Mace. Ballo anglese / Giorgio Mainerio. Galliarde for cittern and bass / Anthony Holborne. Toccata prima / Alessandro Piccinini. Galliard ; Duet, Le Rossignol / John Dowland. Fantasia XI / Luis de Milàn. Pavana (variations on the romanesca) / Anon. 16th cent. Fantasia in four parts / William Byrd. Duet, Forget me not / Thomas Ford
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
2 audio discs
Groove width / pitch
coarse standard
Lccn
76750488
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
33 1/3 rpm, stereo
Publisher number
SBZ-3810
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
  • 3279480
  • (OCoLC)3279480
Label
Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • "Designed to illustrate the principal types of instruments in use in Europe before 1600 [and] carefully planned in conjunction with the book included."
  • In container
  • Manual sequence
  • Durations with explanatory note by Munrow ([6] p. ill.) and his book (95 p. ill. 29 cm.) laid in container
  • Program notes ([6] p., ill.) by David Munrow
Bar code
  • 31223070660767
  • 31223070660775
  • 31223070660783
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Instruments of the middle ages: Woodwind: Saltarello / Anon., 14th cent, Italian. Shephard's tune / trad. Syrian. Saltarello / Anon. 14th cent Italian. Ballade, Dame se vois m'estes / Guillaume de Machaut. Pastourelle, Au tans d'aost ; Chanson à refrain, A prisai qu'en chantant / Anon. 13th cent. French. Minnesinger melody, Owe daz nach liebe gat / Master Alexander. Chanson Pieuse, Dou tre douz non / Thibaut of Navarre. Virelai, Gracieusette / Jehan de Lescurel. Dansa, Ben volgra, s'esser poges / Guiraut d'Espanha de Toloza. English Te Deum / Anon. 13th cent. Chansonnette, Quant je voy yver retorner / Colin Muset. -- Keyboard: Madrigal, Ay schonsolato ed amoroso / Vincenzo da Rimini. Estampie, from the Robertsbridge fragment / English, c. 1320. Chanson, Joliveté et bone amor / Jehan d'Esquiri. Ellend du hast / Conrad Paumann. -- Brass: Fanfare, Untarn slaf tut den sumer wol / Hermann, monk of Salzburg. Fanfare, Ad modum tube / Guillaume Dufay. Ballade, De moi dolereus vos chant / Gillebert de Berneville. Das nachthorn / Hermann, monk of Salzburg. Geisslerlied, Maria muoter reinû maît / Anon. German 1349. Der Trumpet / Hermann, monk of Salzburg
  • Strings: Lai, Qui pourroit un guierredon / Anon. 13th cent. French. Dance tune / Tassin. Golliard melody, O roma nobilis / Anon. 11th cent. Hymn to St. Magnus, Nobilis humilis / Orkney Iles 12th cent. Madrigals, Tanto soavemente ; Di novo é giunto / Jacopo da Bologna. Chanson, Amours que porra / Thibaut de Blason. Aquel que de boontade / Alfonso, el Sabio. Virelai, Quant je sui mis / Guillaume de Machaut. English dance / Anon. 13th cent. Le septime estampie real / Anon. 13th cent French. Ballata, Poi che da te mi convien / Francesco Landini. Virelai, Comment qu'a moy / Guillaume de Machaut. Motet, Quant ie le voi-Bon vin doit-Cis chans / Anon. 14th cent. French. -- Instruments of the Renaissance: Woodwind: Two courantes from Newe teutsche weltliche Gesänglein / Samuel Voeckel. Chanson, Ce qui souloit / Tielman Susato. Caro ortolano / Giogio Mainerio. Padouana / Johann Schein. Bicinium, Le cuer de vous / Antonio Gardane. Bicinium, Mon petit cueur / Guillaume le Heurteur. Three bransles doubles from Terpsichore / Michael Praetorius. Chanson, Amor me poingt / Claudin de Sermisy. Chanson, Hellas! amour / Guillaume le Heurteur. The fairie round / Anthony Holborne. -- Keyboard: Entrada réal / Pedro de Soto. Prelude, Ascensus simplex / Conrad Paumann. Toccata / Giovanni Salvatore. Variations on the romanesca / Anon. 16th cent. Ballo Francese / Giorgio Mainerio
  • Brass: Toccata from Orfeo / Claudio Monteverdi. Adagio and allegro from the sonata for trombone, two violins and continuo / Heinrich Biber. Lobt Gott ihr Christen alle gleich / Michael Praetorius. Canzona, Due canti / Girolamo Frescobaldi. Bicinium, Amour organ / Pierre de Manchicourt. Canzona quarta for basso solo / Girolamo Frescobaldi. Orlando sleepeth / John Dowland. A fancy-prelude, or voluntary / Thomas Mace. Ballo anglese / Giorgio Mainerio. Galliarde for cittern and bass / Anthony Holborne. Toccata prima / Alessandro Piccinini. Galliard ; Duet, Le Rossignol / John Dowland. Fantasia XI / Luis de Milàn. Pavana (variations on the romanesca) / Anon. 16th cent. Fantasia in four parts / William Byrd. Duet, Forget me not / Thomas Ford
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
2 audio discs
Groove width / pitch
coarse standard
Lccn
76750488
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
33 1/3 rpm, stereo
Publisher number
SBZ-3810
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
  • 3279480
  • (OCoLC)3279480

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