The Ivory Consort live : troubadors across the Pyrenees : music of medieval Spain and Occitan (Musical CD, 2007) [WorldCat.org]
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The Ivory Consort live : troubadors across the Pyrenees : music of medieval Spain and Occitan

Author: Jay Elfenbein; Ivory Consort.
Publisher: New York, NY : Widdershins Records, [2007]
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Multiple languages
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Genre/Form: Music
Musique
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jay Elfenbein; Ivory Consort.
OCLC Number: 1025342691
Notes: These performances present examples of a shared culture, the myriad outpourings of different peoples who lived in medieval southwestern Europe, in what is now called Spain and southern France--Insert.
Cast: Performed by The Ivory Consort: Jay Elfenbein, director, voice, vihuela d'arcom, vielle, bass oud, rebab and psaltery; Margo Gezairlian Grib, voice, percussion and vielle; Rex Benincasa, voice, percussion and hurdy-gurdy; Dennis Cinelli - Saz, bass oud, gittern and mandora; Daphna Mor, Zurna, ney, percussion and recorder; Haig Manoukian, oud.
Event notes: Recorded live at Saint Bartolomew's Church, New York City; Madison Early Music Festival, Madison, WI; and Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ.
Description: 1 audio disc (77:41) ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Stella Splendens (Latin) / Llibre Vermell (14th cent.) --
Una Matica de Ruda (Judezmo) / Shephardic --
Man Habbak (Arabic) / Zajal-Muwassaha --
Mariam Matrem Virginem (Latin) / Llibre Vermell (14th cent.) --
El Rey de Francia (Judezmo) / Sephardic --
Reis Glorios (Occitan) / Guiraut de Bornelh (ca. 1160-1200) --
Ondas do Mar de Vigo (Galician-Portuguese) / Martin Codax (fb. 1250) --
Kalenda Maya (Occitan) / Raimbaut de Vaquieras (1180-1207) --
Fort M'enoia / Monk de Montaudon (1193-1210) --
A La Una (Judezmo) / Sephardic --
A Chantar M'es (Occitan) / Contessa de Dia (early 13th cent.) --
Adir La-na (Arabic) / Muwassaha-Ibn Baqi (d. 1145) --
Gran Derelt (Galician-Portuguese) / Cantiga de Santa Maria (13th cent.).
Other Titles: Troubadors across the Pyrenees
Music of medieval Spain and Occitan
Responsibility: the Ivory Consort.

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