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History of music in sound, Vol. 2, Early medieval music up to 1300, (sound recording)

Label
History of music in sound, Vol. 2, Early medieval music up to 1300
Title
History of music in sound
Title number
Vol. 2
Title part
Early medieval music up to 1300
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • lat
  • fro
  • pro
  • gmh
  • roa
  • enm
  • eng
  • eng
Accompanying matter
historical information
Cataloging source
California. State Coll., Long Beach. Library
Date time place
Recorded in England
Format of music
not applicable
LC call number
ML160
LC item number
.H5 vol.2
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
Music parts
not applicable
PerformerNote
Various performers
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1889-1974
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Hughes, Anselm
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Vocal music
  • Hymns
  • Byzantine chants
  • Gregorian chants
  • Masses, Unaccompanied
  • Songs
  • Sacred songs
  • Troubadour songs
  • Trouvère songs
  • Motets
  • Instrumental music
  • Dance music
  • Byzantine chants
  • Dance music
  • Gregorian chants
  • Hymns
  • Instrumental music
  • Masses, Unaccompanied
  • Motets
  • Sacred songs
  • Songs
  • Troubadour songs
  • Trouvère songs
  • Vocal music
Label
History of music in sound, Vol. 2, Early medieval music up to 1300, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • Automatic sequence
  • RCA Victor: LM-6015
  • "The history of music in sound. Vol. 2: Early medieval music up to 1300, edited by Dom Anselm Hughes. New York, Oxford University Press, 1953" (69 p.) facsim., music. 25 cm.) Program notes by Dom Anselm Hughes, Egon Wellesz, and J. A. Westrup, intended originally for use with 78 rpm. version, laid in container; corrected contents (p. 7-9) applicable to 33 1/3 rpm. version inserted
  • Contains chants, liturgical drama, songs and polyphony by Ventadorn, Brulé, Adam de la Halle, Thibaut de Navarre, Guiot de Dijon, Frauenlob, Parisiensis and anonymous composers
Accompanying material
1 booklet (69 p. : music ; 25 cm.)
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Contents
  • Pater noster (Mozarabic and Ambrosian versions)
  • In pace (Mozarabic and Gregorian versions)
  • Gregorian music.
  • Lumen ad revelationem--
  • Nunc dimittis (Antiphonal psalmody)
  • Sursum corda, preface, and Sanctus (Liturgical recitative)
  • Protector noster (Gradual)
  • Domine in virtute (Alleluia)
  • Domine non secundum (Tract)
  • Sancti Spiritus assit nobis gratia (Sequence)
  • Byzantine music.
  • Exsultet orbis gaudiis (Hymn)
  • Kyrie 'Altissime'
  • Liturgical drama.
  • Quem quaeritis in sepulchro?
  • Lament, from Play of Daniel
  • Medieval songs.
  • O admirabilis Veneris ydolum
  • anon.
  • Quant vei l'aloete mover
  • Bernard de Ventadorn)
  • Anastaseos imera (Ode)
  • Je ne puis pas si loing fuir
  • Gace Brulé
  • Au tans d'aoust
  • anon.
  • Quant je voi yver retorner
  • anon.
  • Bergeronette
  • Adam de la Halle
  • Tuit cil qui sunt enamourat
  • anon.
  • Doxology
  • Tuit mi desir
  • Thibaut de Navarre
  • Chanterai por mon coraige
  • Guiot de Dijon
  • Worldes blis ne last no throwe
  • anon.
  • Ey ich sach in dem trone
  • Frauenlob
  • Quen â Virgen
  • anon.
  • O quando in cruce (Latin version)
  • Como poden per sas culpas
  • anon.
  • O divina virgo
  • anon.
  • Plangiamo quel crudel basciare
  • anon.
  • Early polyphony.
  • Sit gloria Domini
  • Alleluia, surrexit Christus
  • Regi regum glorioso
  • Byzantine and Ambrosian hymns.
  • Spanish polyphony.
  • Rex immense
  • Congaudeant catholici
  • English and Norman polyphony.
  • Verbum patris humanatur
  • Orientis partibus
  • Sumer is icumen in
  • Four dance tunes
  • Three English dance tunes
  • Conductus.
  • Ote to stavro (Greek version)
  • Veri floris sub figura
  • English polyphony, 13th century.
  • Foweles in the frith
  • Ex semine Abrahae
  • Mariam sanctificans
  • Beata viscera
  • French and English polyphony, about 1300.
  • O Maria virgo Davidica
  • Puellare gremium
  • Triumphat hodie
  • Veni redemptor gentium
  • English polyphony, 14th century.
  • Marionette douce
  • Rosa fragrans
  • Alleluia psallat
  • Pre-Gregorian music.
Dimensions
12 in. +
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
2 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Kind of cutting
lateral or combined cutting
Kind of disc cylinder or tape
mass produced
Kind of material
plastic
Lccn
r 54000370
Other physical details
33 1/3 rpm.
Publisher number
LM-6015
Special playback characteristics
not applicable
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00371304
  • (OCoLC)ocm00371304
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
History of music in sound, Vol. 2, Early medieval music up to 1300, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • Automatic sequence
  • RCA Victor: LM-6015
  • "The history of music in sound. Vol. 2: Early medieval music up to 1300, edited by Dom Anselm Hughes. New York, Oxford University Press, 1953" (69 p.) facsim., music. 25 cm.) Program notes by Dom Anselm Hughes, Egon Wellesz, and J. A. Westrup, intended originally for use with 78 rpm. version, laid in container; corrected contents (p. 7-9) applicable to 33 1/3 rpm. version inserted
  • Contains chants, liturgical drama, songs and polyphony by Ventadorn, Brulé, Adam de la Halle, Thibaut de Navarre, Guiot de Dijon, Frauenlob, Parisiensis and anonymous composers
Accompanying material
1 booklet (69 p. : music ; 25 cm.)
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Contents
  • Pater noster (Mozarabic and Ambrosian versions)
  • In pace (Mozarabic and Gregorian versions)
  • Gregorian music.
  • Lumen ad revelationem--
  • Nunc dimittis (Antiphonal psalmody)
  • Sursum corda, preface, and Sanctus (Liturgical recitative)
  • Protector noster (Gradual)
  • Domine in virtute (Alleluia)
  • Domine non secundum (Tract)
  • Sancti Spiritus assit nobis gratia (Sequence)
  • Byzantine music.
  • Exsultet orbis gaudiis (Hymn)
  • Kyrie 'Altissime'
  • Liturgical drama.
  • Quem quaeritis in sepulchro?
  • Lament, from Play of Daniel
  • Medieval songs.
  • O admirabilis Veneris ydolum
  • anon.
  • Quant vei l'aloete mover
  • Bernard de Ventadorn)
  • Anastaseos imera (Ode)
  • Je ne puis pas si loing fuir
  • Gace Brulé
  • Au tans d'aoust
  • anon.
  • Quant je voi yver retorner
  • anon.
  • Bergeronette
  • Adam de la Halle
  • Tuit cil qui sunt enamourat
  • anon.
  • Doxology
  • Tuit mi desir
  • Thibaut de Navarre
  • Chanterai por mon coraige
  • Guiot de Dijon
  • Worldes blis ne last no throwe
  • anon.
  • Ey ich sach in dem trone
  • Frauenlob
  • Quen â Virgen
  • anon.
  • O quando in cruce (Latin version)
  • Como poden per sas culpas
  • anon.
  • O divina virgo
  • anon.
  • Plangiamo quel crudel basciare
  • anon.
  • Early polyphony.
  • Sit gloria Domini
  • Alleluia, surrexit Christus
  • Regi regum glorioso
  • Byzantine and Ambrosian hymns.
  • Spanish polyphony.
  • Rex immense
  • Congaudeant catholici
  • English and Norman polyphony.
  • Verbum patris humanatur
  • Orientis partibus
  • Sumer is icumen in
  • Four dance tunes
  • Three English dance tunes
  • Conductus.
  • Ote to stavro (Greek version)
  • Veri floris sub figura
  • English polyphony, 13th century.
  • Foweles in the frith
  • Ex semine Abrahae
  • Mariam sanctificans
  • Beata viscera
  • French and English polyphony, about 1300.
  • O Maria virgo Davidica
  • Puellare gremium
  • Triumphat hodie
  • Veni redemptor gentium
  • English polyphony, 14th century.
  • Marionette douce
  • Rosa fragrans
  • Alleluia psallat
  • Pre-Gregorian music.
Dimensions
12 in. +
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
2 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Kind of cutting
lateral or combined cutting
Kind of disc cylinder or tape
mass produced
Kind of material
plastic
Lccn
r 54000370
Other physical details
33 1/3 rpm.
Publisher number
LM-6015
Special playback characteristics
not applicable
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00371304
  • (OCoLC)ocm00371304
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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