November 23, 2019

 

PROGRAM

EARLY PYTHAGOREAN MUSIC

Hec dies (Easter gradual)
Hec dies (clausula)
Hec dies (clausula)
Hec dies (clausula)
Hec dies leticie/Hec dies (motet)
Gregorian chant, Paris, Bibl. nat. 1112
Florence, Plut. 29.1 (F) (ca. 1245)
Wolfenbuttel, 628 (W1) (ca. 1240)
Florence, Plut. 29.1
Wolfenbuttel, 1099 (ca. 1260)


HOW IT ALL BEGAN:
AN EXTENDED ORGANUM SETTING

Hec dies (organum) Leonin? (Florence, Plut. 29.1


FOUR THIRTEENTH-CENTURY MOTETS

O Maria virgo davitica/O Maria/VERITATEM
Ave, regina/Alma redemptoris/ALMA
Puellare gremium/Purissima mater/Pes
Alle psallite cum luya/ALLELUYA
Montpellier, H196 (Mo) (ca. 1300)
La Huelgas Codex (ca. 1325)
Worcester Cathedral, MS Add. 68 (ca. 1280)
Montpellier, H196


FIVE FOURTEENTH-CENTURY ISORHYTHMIC WORKS

Tuba sacre/In arboris/VIRGO SUM
Kyrie
from Messe de Nostre Dame
Sanctus
from Messe de Nostre Dame
Agnus Dei
from Messe de Nostre Dame
Ite, missa est
from Messe de Nostre Dame
Philippe de Vitry (1291-1361)
Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300-1377)
Guillaume de Machaut
Guillaume de Machaut


FOUR EARLY-FIFTEENTH-CENTURY PYTHAGOREAN WORKS

Mon chier amy
Eya dulcis/Vale placens
Apostolo glorioso/Cum tua doctrina/ANDREAS
Gloria
Guillaume Du Fay (ca. 1397-1474)
Jean de Noyers dit Tapissier (ca. 1370-ca. 1409)
Guillaume Du Fay
Johannes Ciconia (ca. 1370-1412)

Pomerium

Kristina Boerger, Amber Evans, Chloe Holgate, Dominique Surh – sopranos
Nathaniel Adams, Michael Steinberger, Christopher Preston Thompson – tenors
Thomas McCargar – baritone
Peter Stewart – bass



This concert is made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.


Commentary on the Program

by Alexander Blachly

 Posted by at 9:35 pm