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Building Bridges to the Past
2012-2013 Season Compilation


Texas Early Music Project (TEMP) invites you to explore more than 700 years of
musical transformations in this compilation of our 2012-2013 concert season.
The selections from six programs are all about connections: musical and textual,
worldly and ethereal. Each concert is a multicultural creation in its own right,
as we hear the musical links between different Continental courts and chapels,
the relationships of the Celtic branches with each other, and the traditional
Sephardic themes as they were influenced by new cultures after the Diaspora.

Recorded live in various venues, Austin, TX; Jay Norwood, sound engineer

Building Bridges


 

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On this CD:
(Arrangements and polyphony by D. Johnson except as noted)

The Tudors:
From Henry to
Elizabeth
1. My love she mourneth (William Cornysh, d.1523)  
2. The Nightingale, the organ of delight
    (Thomas Weelkes, 1574-1623)
 
3. Nutmegs and Ginger (Anonymous)  
4. Flow my tears (John Dowland)  
Noches, Noches:
Sephardic Songs
of Love & Life
5. Tres hermanicas eran (Turkey)  
6. En la prizión (Salónica & Esmirna)  
7. Esta montaña d’enfrente (Jerusalem)  
8. Noches, noches (Spain)  
Noel: An Early
Christmas Eurotour
9. Quelle est cette odeur agréable?
     (Traditional, France, 17th century)
 
10. In natali Domini (Czechoslovakia & Hungary)
     Verses 1 & 2: Codex Speciálnik,
          (Czechoslovakia, c.1500)
     Verses 3, 4, & 5 (Anonymous, Hungary;
          melody from Eperjesi Graduál, 1635)
 
11. Blow, blow thou winter wind (Anonymous, 16th c.) and
     The old year now away is fled
     (England, traditional; 16th-18th centuries)
 
Celtic Trinity:
Music from Ireland,
Scotland, & Brittany,
c.1500-1800
12. The Reel of Tulloch (Anonymous, Scotland; 17th century)  
13. Mary Scott, Queen of Yarrow
     (Caledonian Pocket Companion, James Oswald; 1745;
     arr. T. Honey)
 
14. And I’ll kiss thee yet, yet
     (The Scots Musical Museum, 1788)
 
Unrequited Love:
Troubadours of
France & Spain,
c.1100-1300
15. Reis glorios
     (Guiraut de Bornelh; fl. c. 1165-1200) [excerpt]
 
16. Ja mais nuhl temps – Gaucelm Faidit
     from Cantigas d’amigo
     (Martim Codax – fl. mid 13th century, Galicia)
 
17. Quantas sabedes amar amigo  
18. E no sagrado en Vigo  
Secret No More:
Renaissance &
Baroque Music
by Nuns, Courtesans,
& Queens
19. Ave Regina caelorum (Isabella Leonarda, 1620-1704)  
20. L’Eraclito amoroso (Barbara Strozzi)  
21. O superbi mundi machina
     (Maria Xaveria Peruchona, c. 1652-c.1709)
     CĂ©phale et Procris [excerpts]
     (Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre, 1666-1729)
 
22. Passacaille – Instrumental  
23. Air & Trio – La douce folie que celle d’aimer  


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