Anonymous 4 ‎– The Lily & The Lamb

Harmonia Mundi ‎– HMU 907125
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1 O Gloriosa Domina 2:00
2 Þe Milde Lomb Isprad O Rode 8:10
3 Ave Maria Gracia Plena 2:07
4 O Maria Stella Maris 3:23
5 Stabat Iuxta Christi Crucem 5:29
6 Stillat In Stellam Radium 3:53
7 Salve Virgo Singularis 3:17
8 Stond Wel, Moder, Under Roode 8:51
9 O Maria Virgo Pia 2:59
10 In The Concipitur 4:01
11 Jesu Christes Milde Moder 8:20
12 Veni Mater Gracie / Dou Way, Robin 2:37
13 O Mors Moreris / O Vita Vera / Mors 2:02
14 Salve Virgo Tonantis Solium 1:21
15 Miserere Miseris 1:12
16 Ave Maria Salus Hominum 2:30
17 Memor Esto Tuorum 2:00
18 Ave Regina Celorum 1:31

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Chant & polyphony from medieval England

The booklet includes lyrics, both in original language (Latin or Medieval English) and translations to English.

1. Processional hymn
2. Hymn
3. Conductus
4. Conductus
5. Sequence
6. Sequence
7. Sequence
8. Sequence
9. Sequence
10. Hymn
11. Sequence
12. Motet
13. Motet
14. Conductus
15. Sequence
16. Conductus
17. Conductus
18. Antiphon

Recorded: September 28 - October 1, 1994, The Priory Church of St. Mary and St. Blaise, Boxgrove, Chichester.

Cover: Issenheim altarpiece (detail, center panel)
Cliché: Art Resource, NY.
Produced in the USA.

Transcriptions and translations of "Stabat iuxta Christi crucem", "Miserere miseris" and "Ave regina celorum" have been prepared from available original sources by Susan Hellauer.

The tune of the painchant hymn "O gloriosa domina" from the Worcester antiphoner has been transcribed from the facsimile collection edited by Dom André Mocquereau and published in 1922 by Solesmes as Vol. XII of Paléographie Musicale: Les principaux Manuscrits de Chant (reprinted in 1971 by Herbert Lang & Cie S.A., Berne). The text, from a manuscript in the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, was translated by Susan Hellauer.

Selected performing material ("Þe milde lomb isprad o rode", "Stond wel, moder, under roode" and "Veni mater gracie/Dou way, Robin") was drawn from Medieval English Songs, edited by E. J. Dobson and F.Ll. Harrison and published by Cambridge University Press, New York.

The remaining music was performed using material published in Polyphonic Music of the Fourteenth Century, edited and translated by Ernest H. Sanders, Frank Ll. Harrison, and Peter Lefferts, and published by Éditions de L'Oiseau-Lyre. "Ave Maria gracia plena", "O Maria stella maris", "Stillat in stellam radium", "O Maria virgo pia", "In te concipitur", "Jesu Christes milde moder", "O mors moreris/O vita vera/Mors", "Ave Maria salus hominum", and "Memor esto tuorum" are found in Volume XIV; "Salve virgo singularis" and "Salve virgo tonatis solium" are from Volume XVII. Special thanks to Mrs. Margarita Hanson for permission to use this material.

Total timing - 66:45

(Cover) Printed in Canada.
(CD) Production USA - Mfd. for BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. under license
Harmonia Mundi USA ℗ © 1995

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: D103514 + + 62544-01 SONOPRESS USA IFPI 1030
  • Label Code: LC 7045
  • Other (Back cover): HM 90

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HMU 907125, 907125 Anonymous 4 The Lily & The Lamb(CD, Album) Harmonia Mundi, Harmonia Mundi HMU 907125, 907125 Europe 1995 Sell This Version