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THE ORLANDO CONSORT

 

Robert Harre-Jones, Counter-tenor
Charles Daniels, Tenor
Angus Smith, Tenor
Donald Greig, Baritone

 

"THE CALL OF THE PHOENIX"

8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, January, 28, 2003
Trinity Episcopal Church
10 15 Holman at Main

7:00 p.m.
Early Conversations Lecture
Death and Rebirth:
Pre-Reformation English Church Music
Thomas J. Crow

English Catholic music of the 14th and 15th centuries, presumed lost during the Reformation, has re-emerged over the centuries and is brought to life again by this renowned British vocal ensemble. The program of stunningly inventive and serene sacred music includes music by Dunstaple, Forest, Plummer and Pyamour, together with works by composers whose names will never be known.


PROGRAM

Veni Sancte Spiritus / Veni Creator Spiritus John Dunstaple (d.1453)

 

Alleluya moduletur Worcester Fragments,c.1230-1330

O sponsa dei electa

Sanctus

Thomas gemma Cantuarie

 

Spiritus et alme - Gaude virgo salutata Meaux Abbey Manuscript, c.1290

Ave mundi rosa 1st Fountains Abbey Manuscript, c.1350

Credo 2nd Fountains Abbey Manuscript, c.1400

 

En Katerine solennia Bittering, c.1415

Sanctus Roy Henry, c.1420

 

Descendi in ortum meum John Dunstaple

 

I N T E R V A L

Stella celi Trent Codices, c.1430

 

Quam pulcra es John Pyamour, d. c.1426

Tota pulcra es Forest, fl. c.1415-30

 

Anna mater matris Christi John Plummer, c.1410-c.1484

Audivi vocem Egerton Manuscript, c.1440

Ave Regina Celorum Ritson Manuscript, c.1450

 

 

Gaude virgo Ritson Manuscript, c.1450

Nesciens mater John Trouluffe, fl.1448-73

 

 

Stella celi Walter Lambe, c.1450-1504

 

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This concert is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Houston and Harris County through the Cultural Arts Council of Houston and Harris County


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