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The Medieval Lyric Anthologies and CDs

  Anthology I
  Anthology II
  Anthology III

Anthology I - 3 CDs, 1 Anthology

Preface

Monastic Songs from Saint Martial de Limoges

Introduction
Radix iesse
Lilium floruit
Virginis in gremio
Natus est rex
Tu autem
O Maria Deu maire
In hoc anni circulo

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Troubadour Songs, German Song, Trouvère Songs

The Troubadours
William IX
Pos de chantar

Marcabru
Dirai vos senes duptansa
L'autrier jost'una sebissa

Jaufre Rudel
Vida
Lanquand li jorn son lonc en mai

Walter von der Vogelweide
Das Palästinalied

Bernart de Ventadorn
Can vei la lauzeta mover
Amics Bernartz de Ventadorn

Guiraut de Bornelh
Reis glorios

Arnaut Daniel
Lo ferm voler

Gaucelm Faidit
Fortz chausa es

La Comtessa de Dia
A chanter m'er de so qu'ieu non volria

Peire Vidal
Pus tornatz sui em Proensa

Raimon de Miraval
Aissi cum es genser pascors

Raimbaut de Vaqueiras
Kalenda maia, razo
Eissamen ai gerreiat ab amor

Guiraut Riquier
Pus sabers no.m val

The Trouvères
Gace Brulé

Quant flors et glaiz

Thibaut de Champagne
Ausi conme unicorne sui
Chançon ferai
Sire loëz-moi a choisir
Deus est ensi conme li pellicanz

Etienne de Meaux
Trop est mes maris jalos

Colin Muset
En Mai quant li rossignolet

Anonymous songs
Volez-vous que je vous chant
Bele Doette

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Anthology II - 1 CD, 1 Anthology

Guillaume de Machaut, Remede de Fortune
Slightly abridged original text with facing-line English translations and modern transcriptions of the music for the lyric pieces. All lyric inserts are recorded on the compact discs:

LAI: Qui n’aroit autre deport

COMPLAINTE: Tels rit au main qui au soir pleure

CHANSON ROÏAL: Joie, plaisence et douce nourriture

BALADELLE: En amer a douce vie

BALLADE: Dame, de qui toute ma joie vient (2-voice)

BALLADE: Dame, de qui toute ma joie vient (4-voice)

VIRELAI: Dame, a vous sans retollir

RONDELET: Dame, mon cuer en vous remaint

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COMMENTARY VOLUME FOR ANTHOLOGIES I AND II
Introductory essays on theoretical and practical approaches to medieval lyric, music and poetry, and on manuscript sources, including a bibliography and a discography (through 1989).

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Anthology III - 1 CD, 1 Anthology

Medieval English Lyric

Sainte Marie viergene
Miri it is while summer ilast
Worldes blis
Brid one breere
Angelus ad virginem/Gabriel fram heven king
Mon in the mone (recited)
Betwene Mersh and Averil (recited)

To order these Anthologies & CDs: Order Form

  Anthology I
  Anthology II
  Anthology III

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Robert Eisenstein, Project Director
Image: © Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris

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