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Concert 10/26/2019 07:00 PM

Concert/Thematic FridaysThe Medieval origin of European music (9th-15th centuries) (I)From Cluny to Compostela (10th-12th centuries)

Psallentes

Works by Anonymous and M. A. Parisiensis

Music notation began to evolve in the ninth century. Two centuries later, the network established by the Order of Cluny allowed the Gregorian reforms to be disseminated all over Europe. In the expansion of this reform—which, among other objectives, pursued the liturgical unification in the context of a common musical repertory—the pilgrim routes would play an important role.
Series program
      1. Anonymous
      1. Introitus ad Te levavi *
      2. Salmo 1: Beatus Vir **
      3. Kyrie clemens rector ***
      4. Tonarius Alleluia ****
      5. Magna vox. Antífona *****
      6. Salmo 51 (52): Quid gloriaris in malicia **
      7. Lectio. Lambertus ingressus est
      8. Sanctus Lambertus. Responsorio
      9. Tracto: Domine exaudi orationem meam (Salmo 101) ****
      10. Communio: Narrabo omnia mirabilia ******
      11. Invitatorio: Angelorum regi Deo *******
      12. Benedicamus Domino. Secuencia: Benedicta semper ********
      1. Magister Albertus Parisiensis (c. XII)
      1. Congaudeant catholici. Tropo de Benedicamus Domino *********
  1. * Work preserved in Antifonario del Blandijnberg de Gante
  2. ** Work preserved in Salterio del obispo Wolbodo de Lieja
  3. *** Work preserved in Gradual cluniaciense de Auvernia
  4. **** Work preserved in Gradual de Cluny
  5. ***** Work preserved in Antifonario (fragmentos) de Lieja
  6. ****** Work preserved in Misal de Stavelot (fragmentos)
  7. ******* Work preserved in Colección de obras de Isidoro de Sevilla
  8. ******** Work preserved in Gradual de la abadía de Stavelot
  9. ********* Work preserved in Codex Calixtinus