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Graduel D'alienor De Bretagne
Artist: Vox Clamantis
Format: CD

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Label: MIRARE
Rel. Date: 03/03/2023
UPC: 3760127226130

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DISC: 1

1. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe de Minuit - Introït Dominus Dixit
2. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe de Minuit - Graduel Tecum Principium
3. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe de Minuit - Alléluia Dominus Dixit Ad Me
4. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe de Minuit - Kyrie Trope Pater Cuncta
5. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe de Minuit - Offertoire Lætentur Cæli
6. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe de Minuit - Communion in Splendoribus Cloches
7. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe de L'aurore - Psaume 21
8. Introït Lux Fulgebit
9. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe Du Jour - Kyrie Trope Rex Virginum
10. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe Du Jour - Gloria
11. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe Du Jour - Graduel Viderunt Omnes
12. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe Du Jour - Alléluia. Dies Sanctificatus
13. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe Du Jour - Séquence Eya Recolamus
14. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe Du Jour - Offertoire Tui Sunt
15. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe Du Jour - Communion Viderunt
16. Graduel D'aliénor de Bretagne - Messe Du Jour - Séquence Lecture D'ysaye

More Info:

Eleanor was born in England in 1275 to Beatrix of England and John II, Duke of Brittany. In 1283, at the age of eight, she entered Amesbury Priory, and in 1304 she became Abbess of Fontevraud, where she died in 1342. A Gradual bearing her coat of arms is now kept in Limoges public library; it is a richly illuminated manuscript, which can be dated to the second half of the thirteenth century. In addition to a Gregorian Mass, it contains a whole repertory of Propers: Sequences, proses, lessons and three two-voice polyphonic pieces that are wholly representative of an oral style. This entirely a cappella music, captivating and bewitching, is a discovery not to be missed.