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A Worcester Ladymass
399 CZK  CD
028947642152
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A Worcester Ladymass
Trio Mediaeval

Anna Maria Friman
Linn Andrea Fuglseth
Torunn Østrem Ossum
vocals

Angelica belta
Rožmberská kapela

ŠtÄ›pán Kaniak: fiddle, plucked string and wind instruments
Pavel Polášek: wind instruments, santur
Mario Mesany: wind instruments, hurdy-gurdy, bagpipes, artistic leader
ŠtÄ›pán Mesany: wind instruments, organetto
Erika Reitschmiedová: harp, plucked string instruments
Libor Ĺ˝ídek: voice, percussion

guests – Šárka Langerová: voice, OndĹ™ej Sokol: sackbut, Richard Šeda: cornett, Jan Linhart: percussion & children’s choir

Aquilonis
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399 CZK CD
028948111602
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Aquilonis
Trio Mediaeval

Anna Maria Friman: voice, hardanger fiddle, melody chimes
Linn Andrea Fuglseth: voice, portable organ, melody chimes
Berit Opheim: voice, melody chimes

Codex Speciálník
399 CZK  CD
028944780727
Codex Speciálník
Hilliard Ensemble (The)

David James: countertenor, Roger Covey-Crump: tenor, John Potter: tenor, Gordon Jones: baritone

Codex Speciálník
330 CZK  CD
8711801015712
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Codex Speciálník

Codex Speciálník, a manuscript containing polyphonic music which originated in Prague in the course of the last two decades of the 15th century, is considered one of the most important sources of music from Bohemia in the late Middle Ages. The original name of the collection signifies a “special” type of singing, characteristic of the Czech milieu and different from the common liturgical collections. The contents of the codex mostly relate to the mass liturgy of the Utraquist Church and comprise parts of the ordinary, motets, and religious songs, but also non-liturgical sacred music, as well as repertoire intended for instrumental interpretation. Containing some 200 polyphonic pieces, the collection contains music by important composers of the time which was known and performed in Latin Europe (e.g. Bedyngham, Frye, Weerbeke, Josquin, Isaac, and Obrecht), but also works by authors who were mostly active in Central Europe (e.g. Tourout, Flemmik, and Finck) as well as anonymous works (in some cases on Czech lyrics) among which we find some remarkable examples of the local reception of Franco-Flemish polyphony. A special category is formed by compositions from the late 14th century and the first half of the 15th century that were written in an older style but purposely performed in the Utraquist environment as part of a unique and quite independent tradition whose beginnings can be traced to the pre-Hussite period.

Flos florum
290 CZK  CD
8595017411526
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Flos florum
Kvinterna
MUSIC of the BOHEMIAN GOTHIC
Hana Blochova - vocal, gothic harp, organ portative; Petr Vyoral - fiddles, kvinterna, medieval lute; Pavel Polasek - medieval shawm, cornamuse, gemshorns, recorders, bladder pipe, dulcimer, vocal; Lubomir Holzer - percussion;
& guests: Michael Pospisil - vocal, Jiri Hodina - vocal, Jirina Musilova - hurdy-gurdy, Vitezslav Janda - tambourine
Journey Deep Into the Musical Past
290 CZK  CD
8595017408427
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Journey Deep Into the Musical Past
Jiří Stivín & Collegium Quodlibet
improvisation through the centuries - from gothic tablatures to modern jazz

Jiri Stivin - flutes, recorders, saxophones, clarinets, chalumeaux; Alan Vitous - percussion; Petra Noskaiova - soprano; Jan Mikusek - alto; Richard Sporka - tenor; Michael Pospisil - bass; Marek Spelina - recorder; Julie Sukupova - recorder; Hana Flekova - viola da gamba; Robert Hugo - harpsichord, regal
Liber de Sancti Jacobi
290 CZK  CD
8595054312343
Liber de Sancti Jacobi
Kvinterna
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