Cover In Seculum Viellatoris

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Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
09.03.2018

Label: Ricercar

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

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  • 1Arne kuth ich sorge non04:29
  • 2Los mals d'amors ai eu ben toz apres04:32
  • 3Bele ysabelot - Je me cuidoie - Entre Copin et Bourjois02:42
  • 4Tut l'an mi ten amors de tal faisson06:58
  • 5La uitime estampie real02:02
  • 6In seculum viellatoris01:01
  • 7Belicha09:13
  • 8Non credo, donna, che la dolçe fiamma03:33
  • 9Ghaetta09:39
  • 10O bella rosa, o perla angelichata03:31
  • 11O rosa bella, o dolce anima mia05:23
  • 12Tenor la belle se siet au pied de la tour03:07
  • 13La belle se siet au pied de la tour02:55
  • 14Espérance mi fait vivre en doulour03:46
  • 15J'aime la biaute01:36
  • 16Soyés loyal a vo povoir03:01
  • Total Runtime01:07:28

Info for In Seculum Viellatoris



Baptiste Romain, director of the ensemble Le Miroir de Musique, has just been appointed professor at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. To mark this occasion, he enriches the ‘Instruments’ series on the Ricercar label with a recital devoted to the medieval vielle (bowed fiddle): troubadour songs and dances and polyphonic compositions from the thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries illustrate the various stages in the evolution of this instrument, the ancestor of the violin.

Baptiste Romain, medieval vielle bowed fiddle
Le Miroir De Musique


Le Miroir de Musique
is an ensemble specialised in the music of the late middle ages and Renaissance, from the golden age of the troubadours to the humanist movements of the 16th century. Directed by Baptiste Romain, the ensemble is based in Basel (CH) and brings together the most prolific of the new generation of early music performers, many of whom are graduates of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Le Miroir de Musique combines historically informed performance with rich sonorities and virtuosic instrumental practice.

The image of a "Mirror of Music" is borrowed from Jacques de Liège's treatise (Speculum Musicae), and reflects our goal of painting a vivid picture of medieval and Renaissance music, in a spirit of fidelity to the original sources.

Booklet for In Seculum Viellatoris

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