Piae Cantiones & Memoria Sancti Henrici - Medieval Chant and Early Vocal Music from Finland - Finnish Radio Chamber Choir - Anonymous

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This re-issue of early Medieval vocal music from Finland includes a unique reconstruction of 14th and 15th century Gregorian music that was performed in Finland in the memory of St. Henry, Finland’s Patron Saint. Liturgical literature dealing with St. Henry is abundant and the music in this collection consists of extracts from masses and offices to St. Henry. Liturgical legend and oral tradition provide a colourful account of English clergyman’s mission to Finland where he was killed on January 20th, 1156. This day became the day for commemoration of the saint. He has been held to be the principal founder of the Church of Finland since the 1290s, when his relics were translated to the national shrine, the Church of Our Lady in Turku. Music collection Piae Cantiones was first published in 1582 by Jacobus Finno, the headmaster of the Turku Cathedral School. This collection of songs in Latin are not directly religious, but the texts have a strong Christian undercurrent. Apart from the liturgical material, almost the only music from the Middle Ages and the early modern era preserved in the Nordic countries consists of cantios. The cantios were mostly cultivated in schools and vary in construction and subject. Large number of the melodies in this collection can be traced back to the Middle Ages. However, about half the melodies have not been found in any other source. This collection of songs became very popular, and their first edition in Finnish language was published in 1616.
Artikelnummer ODE12332
Streckkod 0761195123324
Utgivningsdatum 2018-04-13
Kategori Klassiskt
Skivbolag Ondine
Enhet CD
Antal enheter 2
Artister Finnish Radio Chamber Choir
Cetus Noster
Köyhät Ritarit
Dirigenter Nuoranne, Timo
Kompositörer Anonymous
Disk: 1
1 Deus in adiutorium (O God, come to my aid)
2 Gaudeamus omnes (Let us all rejoice)
3 Sanctum Ericum comitans (In the company of St. Eri
4 Sanctus Ericus dulciter (St. Eric loved)
5 Quidam homines de Kwmo (A number of men from Kokem
6 Martir iste militauit (That martyr was a soldier)
7 Multitudo languencium (A number of sick have been
8 O vita commendabilis (O commendable life)
9 Christi pugil eximius (A good soldier of Christ)
10 Digitus martiris gloriosi (A finger of the gloriou
11 Imitator Saluatoris (Imitating the Saviour)
12 Perfecte desiderium (With desires completely fulfi
13 Omnes gentes iubilate (Let all nations rejoice)
14 Dum deuotis poscitur (When invoked by devoted pray
15 Preclari patris sanctitas (The sanctity of the emi
16 Gaude cetus fidelium (Rejoice, the flock of faithf
17 Alleluya. Pie presul (Alleluia, pious Bishop)
18 Ecce magnus presbiter (Behold the great Bishop)
Disk: 2
1 Iucundare iugiter (Together you must rejoice)
2 Iucundare iugiter (Together you must rejoice)
3 Cedit hiems eminus (Winter’s power wanes)
4 Cedit hiems eminus (Winter’s power wanes)
5 Aetas carmen melodiae (Let mankind sing a song)
6 Aetas carmen melodiae (Let mankind sing a song)
7 Iesu dulcis memoria (Jesus, sweet remembrance)
8 Ramus virens olivarum (The green branch of olive)
9 Ave funda Davidis (Hail, O David’s sling)
10 Zachaeus arboris (Zachaeus climbed a tree)
11 Puer natus in Bethlehem (A boy is born in Bethlehe
12 De radice processerat (A wonderful branch has come
13 Verbum caro factum est (The word was made flesh)
14 Omnis mundus iucundentur (Let the whole world be g
15 Paranymphus adiens (An angel visited)
16 Laetetur Ierusalem (Let Jerusalem rejoice)
17 Resonet in laudibus (Let Zion ring)
18 Jumalisten joucko (The crowd of the faithful)
19 Ad cantus laetitiae (To sing praises)
20 Parvulus nobis nascitur (A tiny child is born for
21 Kunniallisuuden hyvys (The virtue of honour)
22 Vanitatum vanitas (Vanity of vanities)
23 Coeperit faustis (A fortunate beginning and contin
24 Insignis est figura (Apt is the comparison)
25 Mars praecurrit in planetis (Mars predominates amo
26 Mirum si laeteris (It is a miracle if you rejoice)
27 Ad perennis vitae fontem (To the fountain of etern
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