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Occitan Discography for 2012

From: Tenso
Volume 29, Numbers 1-2, Spring-Fall 2014
pp. 209-218 | 10.1353/ten.2014.0003

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Recordings Released in 2012: Troubadour Songs

1. Ensemble Unicorn: Early Music Recordings, Vol. 1. Ensemble Unicorn. Naxos 8.505230. 5 CD Compilation. Rerelease.

CD 2. The Black Madonna: Pilgrim Songs from the Monastery of Montserrat. Naxos 8.554256. Michael Posch, director and recorder; Belinda Sykes, voice; Bernhard Landauer, countertenor; Agnes Boll, soprano; Susanne Kurz, soprano; Ulrike Wedening, soprano; James Curry, tenor; Raimund Natiesta, bass; Marco Ambrosini, fiddle; Thomas Wimmer, fiddle, laud, and rebec; Riccardo Delfino, gothic harp and snareharp; Katharina Dustmann, riqq, zarb, davul, darbuka, and bendir; Wolfgang Reithofer, darbuka, tambourine. Recorded 1996. Original release 1998. 1 CD. mp3. 12 Tracks.

Includes: Anonymous,“Quant ay lo mon consirat.”

CD 3. The Music of the Troubadours. Ensemble Unicorn and Oni Wytars. Naxos 8.554257. Michael Posch, director, recorder, and reed flute; Maria D. Lafitte, voice; Thomas Wimmer, fiddle and laud; Riccardo Delfino, gothic harp, hurdy-gurdy, and bagpipe; Peter Rabanser, gaita, bujo, oud, nay, and saz; Katharina Dustmann, davul, zarb, bendir, and daf; Wolfgang Reithofer, tenor drum, bowl drum, and tambourine; Marco Ambrosini, fiddle, keyed fiddle, and shawn. Recorded 1996. First release 1999. 1 CD. 12 Tracks.

Includes: Berenguier de Palazol, “Tan m’abelis” and “Aital domna”; Bernart de Ventadorn, “Quan vei l’alauzeta mover”; Giraut de Borneill, “Non posc sofrir” and “Reis glorios”; Guiraut Riquier, “Humils forfagz”; Jaufre Rudel, “Lancan li jorn”; Peire Cardenal, “Ar me posc”; Raimon de Miraval, “Bel m’es qu’eu chant”; Anonymous, “Donna, pos vos ay chausida” and “Ara l’ausetz.” (naxos.com).

2. In taberna: Medieval Songs and Dances. Corte Antica. Newton Classics 880 2126. Francesco Bisetto, narrator; Mario Compagnaro, voice; Davide Carli, recorders, crumhorn, and percussion; Angelo di Prima, recorders, crumhorn, and percussion; Arrigo Pietrobon, recorders, crumhorns, bombard, and percussion; Claudio Sartorato, voice, hurdy-gurdy, and percussion; Marco Squizzato, lute and percussion. Recorded 2000. First release, Rivo Alto 2002. 1 CD. mp3. 31 Tracks.

Includes: Anonymous, “A l’entrada del tens clar”; Raimbaut de Vaquieras, “Calenda maya”; Richart Coeur-de-Lion, “Ja nuls hom pres.”

3. Jaufré Rudel – Troubadour de Blaye. Ensemble Tre Fontane. Alba Musica AL1312. Maurice Moncozet, voice, rebec, nay, saz; Pascal Lefeuvre, hurdy-gurdy and bendir; Thomas Bianabe, lute and bendir. Recorded 2011. 1 CD. mp3. 8 tracks.

Includes the six songs that survive with their melodies by Jaufre Rudel.

4. The Last of the Troubadours: The Art and Times of Guiraut Riquier 1230-1292. Martin Best Ensemble. Original release 1992. Switten 837. Release as mp3 (amazon.com).

5. Love, Revelry and The Dance in Medieval Music. Ensemble Millenarium, Namur Chamber Choir, and Psallentes. Ricercar 328. 7 CD Compilation. Rerelease.

CD 1. Joy: Troubadour’s Songs and Jongleur’s Dances. Ensemble Millenarium and Carole Matras. Ricercar 243. Recorded 2000. Carole Matras, voice and harp; Christophe Deslignes, organetto; Thierry Gomas, percussion. 1 CD. mp3. 11 tracks.

Includes Berenguier de Palazol, “Tan m’abelis”; Bernart de Ventadorn, “Be m’an perdut”; Gaucelm Faidit, “Fortz causa est,” “Jamais nul temps,” and “Lo rossignolet salvatge.” (outheremusic.com).

6. Montserrat Figueras: La voix de l’emotion/The Voice of Emotion. Montserrat Figueras, soprano. Alia Vox 9889 A+B. 2 CDs. mp3. 36 tracks.

Includes: Beatriz de Dia, “A chanter m’er.” (alia-vox.com).

7. Percival’s Lament: Medieval Music and the Holy Grail. Capilla Antigua de Chincilla. Naxos 8.572800. Luisa Maesso, triangle, voice, bells, and drums; Juan Francisco Sanz, voice, drums, and bells; José Ferrero, voice, harp, hurdy-gurdy, lyre, and psaltery; Ana María López-Pintor, fiddle, rabel, rebec; Sergio Alonso, rabel, viol, trumpet marine; Alfonso Sáez, Glastonbury pipe, recorder, gemshorn, organetto, and chalumeaux. Recorded 2011. 1 CD. mp3. 14 Tracks.

Includes Richart de Berbezilh, “Atressi com Persavaus.” (naxos.com).

8. Trialogue—A Project around South Indian, Moroccan, and Medieval European Traditions. Aruna Saïram, Noureddine Tahiri, Dominique Vellard. Glossa GCD P32306. Aruna Saïram, voice; H.N. Bhaskar, violin; Patri Satish Kumar, mridangam; Noureddine Tahiri, voice; Driss Berrada, oud; Dominique Vellard, voice; Baptiste Romain, fiddle; Keyvan Chemirani, zarb. Recorded 2011. 1 CD. mp3. 13 Tracks.

Includes: Guiraut Riquier, “Jhesus Cristz.” (glossamusic.com).

9. Tristan’s Harp: Arthurian Medieval Music. Capilla Antigua de Chinchilla. Naxos 8.572784. Luisa Maesso, castanets, voice, and tambourine; Juan Francisco Sanz, darbuka, tambour, drum, voice...



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