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A Medieval Easter

Catherine Bott introduces highlights of a concert of medieval Easter music given by Ensemble Peregrina at the 2009 York Early Music Festival.

Catherine Bott introduces highlights of a concert of medieval Easter music from Ensemble Peregrina recorded at the 2009 York Early Music Festival. The concert was entitled Crux: Christian meditations on the meaning of mortal life, and spans 5 centuries of music for the Thursday of Holy Week, Good Friday and for Easter Sunday itself.

1 hour

Music Played

  • Anon (13th century)

    Quis tibi Christe meritas (conductus)

    Performers: Ensemble Peregrina

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (9th century)

    Christus factus est pro nobis (gradual)

    Performers: Ensemble Peregrina

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (13th century)

    Luget Rachel (conductus)

    Performers: Kelly Landerkin, Lorenza Donadini (voices)

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (13th century)

    O labilis sortis (conductus)

    Performers: Kelly Landerkin, Lorenza Donadini (voices)

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (14th century)

    Clavus pungens (conductus)

    Performers: Kelly Landerkin, Lorenza Donadini (voices)

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (13th century)

    Vineum meam plantavi (rondellus)

    Performers: Ensemble Peregrina

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (13th century)

    Veri florus sub figura (conductus)

    Performers: Ensemble Peregrina

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (14th century)

    Surgit Christus cum tropheo (sequence)

    Performers: Ensemble Peregrina

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (14th century)

    Victimae paschali laudes (sequence)

    Performers: Ensemble Peregrina

    • BBC recording.
  • Anon (13th century)

    Mors vite propitia (rondellus)

    Performers: Ensemble Peregrina

    • BBC recording.

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