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    The Philadelphia Antiqua Players And Chorus*Festa: A Medieval Divertissement

    Label:Fortress Records (5) – 32-2187-74, Fortress Records (5) – BP 61670
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Classical
    Style:Renaissance, Medieval

    Tracklist

    A1aDeo Gracias, Anglia (Agincourt Carol)0:51
    A1bTrotto0:58
    A1cBe Merry, Be Merry0:44
    A1dLullay: I Saw A Sweete, Seemly Sight
    Tenor VocalsRobert N. Peery
    3:06
    A1eNowell Sing We Now
    Bass VocalsRoy T. Lloyd
    Tenor VocalsRobert N. Peery
    0:55
    A1fSaltarello1:37
    A2Samson Dux Fortissime (A Dramatic Cantata Of The Thirteenth Century)11:58
    Renaissance Choral Music
    B1Pater, Venit Hora
    Composed ByClaudio Monteverdi
    1:22
    B2Hodie Christus Natus Est2:06
    B3Chantez A Dieu Chanson Nouvelle
    Composed ByJan Pieterzoon Zweelinck*
    1:35
    Medieval Carols And Dances
    B4aAh Man, Assay1:41
    B4bNova, Nova
    Tenor VocalsKenneth T. Michnay
    1:28
    B4cDeo Gracias0:57
    B4dNota1:10
    B4eSaltarello0:53
    B4fAlleluia Psallat1:09
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    Notes

    "32-2187-74" number listed on back cover.
    "BP 61670" number on label.

    Insert/booklet included with libretto/lyrics to "Samson Dux Fortissime."
    Translation was prepared by Ronald Beacon and Thomas Osterfield (revised R.E.B.) for use in connection with the performing edition by Robert E. Bornemann.
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    Side A
    "Trotto" (soprano recorder and percussion)
    "Saltarello" (alto recorder, voices, percussion)
    "Samson Dux Fortissime," a dramatic cantata of the thirteenth century. (Brit. Mus., Ms. Harleian. 978)
    [1. Chorus; 2. Interlude—Samson—Samson & Chorus; 3. Interlude—Samson; 4. Interlude—Delilah—Samson; 5. Interlude—Chorus—Samson—Chorus—Delilah—Samson & Chorus—Samson; 6. Interlude—Chorus—Samson & Chorus]

    Side B
    "Ah Man, Assay" (choir and instruments)
    "Nova, Nova" (choir and instruments)
    "Deo Gracias" (recorders and bells)
    "Nota" (soprano & alto recorders, finger cymbals, drum)
    "Saltarello" (alto recorder, triangle, tambourine, drum)
    "Alleluia Psallat" (choir and instruments)

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    Fortress Records ‎– 2900 Queen Lane ‎– Philadelphia, Pa. 19129

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout (Side A - Runout): BP-61670-S1-1
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B - Runout): BP-61670-S-2-1
    • Rights Society: ASCAP

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