Anonymous / Guillaume Dufay - Missa Fuit Homo Missus / Missa Sine Nomine album flac
Title: Missa Fuit Homo Missus / Missa Sine Nomine
Style: Religious, Medieval
FLAC version ZIP size: 1826 mb
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B3. –Guillaume Dufay. B4. B5. B6. A - Missa Fuit Homo - English, ca. 1430 B - Missa Sine Nomine - Ca. 1420. Recorded in Marquand Chapel, at Yale University, in May of 1971.
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I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGD 15. v'ts/Sec's. 5 movements: 1. Kyrie.
A Missa sine nomine, literally a "Mass without a name", is a musical setting of the Ordinary of the Mass, usually from the Renaissance, which uses no pre-existing musical source material, as was normally the case in mass composition. Not all masses based on freely composed material were so named, but many were, particularly from the late 15th century through the 16th century.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Missa Sine Nomine, Missa Ecce Ancilla Domini (1993) by Guillaume Dufay. This album has an average beat per minute of 99 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 69/177 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Missa Sine nomine, Missa Ecce ancilla Domini. 1. Missa Ecce ancilla Domini: Ecce ancilla Domini.
Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS. Missa sine nomine: Sanctus - Benedictus · Ensemble vocal Philippe-Caillard, Philippe Caillard, Henri Arqué, Stanislas Boutry, Fernand Marin. Langlais: Messe "Salve Regina", avec participation du public - Dufay: Messe "Sine nomine" (Mono Version). The Restoration Project. Released on: 1955-01-01. Author: Anonymous Composer: Guillaume Dufay Music Publisher: . Auto-generated by YouTube.
Album · 2014 · 29 Songs. Missa de Angelis: Sanctus. By Anonymous - The Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz. 10. Prex eucharistica I (Canon Romanus).
|–||Missa Fuit Homo|
|–||Missa Sine Nomine|
|B6||–Guillaume Dufay||Agnus Dei|
- Recorded At – Marquand Chapel, Yale University
- Choir – Capella Cordina
- Directed By – Alejandro Planchart
- English Horn – Richard Killmer (tracks: B2 to B6)
- Oboe [Cromorne] – Francis Braunlich (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Recorded By – Frederick Bashour*
- Recorder – Francis Braunlich (tracks: B2 to B6), William Lidell (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Soprano Vocals [Superius] – Jeanine Dovell (tracks: B4)
- Trombone [Sackbut] – Daniel Deutsch (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Viola – Andrea Jacobs (tracks: B2 to B6), Sydney Killmer (tracks: B4)
- Vocals – Christine Hunter, David Marsh, David Richie, Fred Johnson , Fred Petty, George Newtown, Grace Hucko, Heather McClave, Jeanine Dovell, Kathryn Sencabaugh, Linda Darling, Millicent Allison, Robert Ulery, Stephan Hartke, Susan Addiss
NotesA - Missa Fuit Homo - English, ca. 1430
B - Missa Sine Nomine - Ca. 1420
Recorded in Marquand Chapel, at Yale University, in May of 1971.