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Stella splendens
An Early Music Christmas


A celebration of more than 600 years of diverse cultural and
musical styles all celebrating the season of expectation
and rebirth, this compilation represents some of our favorite pieces
recorded live at Christmas concerts in 2008 and 2009.

Recorded live, December 13, 2008 and December 11 and 12, 2009 at
First English Lutheran Church in Austin, TX


 

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On this CD:

1. Stella splendens - from Llibre vermell, the Monastery of Monserrat, 13th & 14th centuries

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2. Polorum regina - from Llibre vermell, the Monastery of Monserrat, 13th & 14th centuries

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3. Danse Roial – based on “Riu, riu chiu”; D. Johnson, 2003

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4. Gabriel fram evene king - early 13th century

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5. Edi beo thu hevene quene - late 13th century

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6. Sancta mater graciae/Dou way Robin – late 13th century

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7. Noël nouvelet! – France; 17th century; arr. D. Johnson, 2008

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8. Il est né, le divin Enfant! – France, 18th century; arr. D. Johnson, 2009

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9. Célébrons la naissance – France, 15th century; arr. D. Johnson, 2009

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10. Ye sons of men, with me rejoice – Ireland, traditional, 18th century; arr. D. Johnson, 2008

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11. Balooloo, my lammie – Scotland, traditional; 17th century; arr. D. Johnson, 2007

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12. Variations on "Nos Galan" (and applause) – Wales, traditional; early 18th century

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13. Herders hy is geboren – Anonymous, Dutch, c.1645; arr. D. Johnson (1998 & 2007)

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14. O Jesulein süss! O Jesulein mild! – Samuel Scheidt (1587-1654) & J. S. Bach (1685-1750)

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15. The old yeare now away is fled (and applause) – England, traditional; 16th – 18th centuries; arr. D. Johnson (2008)

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16. Quoniam (and applause) from “Gloria” – G. F. Händel, 1685-1759; Texas Premier; Recorded live, 12-22-01, Jenifer Thyssen soloist, with Laurie Young Stevens, Jamie Desautels, Scott Horton, John Walters, and Elaine Dykstra

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