Ensemble Flores Harmonici - Saint Jaques de Compostelle (digital download)

Ensemble Flores Harmonici - Saint Jaques de Compostelle (digital download)

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18 Tracks Total
Name File Size Price Select Previews
Versus Domine labia mea aperies (polyphonie orale) 18.36 MB €1.20
Hymnus Felix per omnes (d’après une intuition de Marcel Pérès) 62.78 MB €1.20
Conductus Resonet nostra (maître Robert) 27.13 MB €1.20
Lectio III Prologus Beati Calixte Pape 23.77 MB €1.20
Responsorium III O adjutor (maître Aton, évêque de Troyes) 52.26 MB €1.20
Prosa Portum in ultimo (maître Aton) 29.18 MB €1.20
Conductus Jacobe sancte (ancien évêque de Bénévent) (instrumental) 20.17 MB €1.20
Kyrie Cunctipotens (maître Gautier de Château Renard) 76.62 MB €1.20
Conductus Ad superni (maître Alberic, archevêque de Bourges) 21.80 MB €1.20
Epistola Lectio libri ecclesiastici ystorie 55.35 MB €1.20
Graduale Misit Herodes (instrumental) 20.48 MB €1.20
Alleluia Vocavit Ihesus (maître Gocelin, évêque de Soissons) 54.69 MB €1.20
Prosa Alleluia Gratulemur (pape Calixte) 57.20 MB €1.20
Agnus Dei Qui pius ac mitis es (évêque Fulbert de Chartres) 18.27 MB €1.20
Deo gratias - Conductus Congaudeant catholici (Maître Albert de Paris) 57.31 MB €1.20
Booklet PDF 7.65 MB 0.00
Album cover JPG 3.68 MB 0.00
FULL ALBUM (All Tracks) €18.00


Compostelle (recorded at Abbaye de Bonmont in Switzerland).
The disk features twelfth-century works found in the famous Codex Calixtinus preserved at St-Jacques-de-Compostelle, the mythical pilgrimage site in north-western Spain. It is one of the miracles of Compostela to have recorded some of the most profound music ever produced by western Christendom, songs which at the time were both a complete novelty and the expression of timeless mysticism.

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