Dum Pater Familias - The Rose Ensemble - The Road To Compostela (CD)

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  1. The Road to Compostela. Rose Records: Rose Buy download online. Ginna Watson (vielle), Rose Ensemble.
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from The Road to Compostela by The Rose Ensemble Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now. Dum Pater familias: Gratulantes celebremus: O lux et decus Hyspanie: Annua gaudia: Ad superni regis decus: 3.
  3. The Road to Compostela / The Rose Ensemble Vocal Music for the Pilgrimage to the Ancient City of Santiago de Compostela. clifamerintikabackhylamatalro.coinfo clifamerintikabackhylamatalro.coinfo Rose 1. Dum Pater familias [] VICTOR ZUPANC (b. ) | Munn | INTROITUS (MISSA S. JACOBI)
  4. - [ROS] The Road to Compostela. The Rose Ensemble. Rose - [FRA] Sur la terre comme au ciel. Un jardin au Moyen-Âge. Discantus. Brigitte Lesne / Alla Francesca. Pierre Hamon. Jade (Universal) - [AUG] Auf Jakobs Wegen. Medieval Pilgrimage to Santiago. Ensemble für frühe Musik Augsburg. Christophorus CHR
  5. The Road to Compostela The Road to Compostela The Rose Ensemble Rose [CD] Content: Perotin; Beata viscera; Anon., Codex Calixtinus; Jacobus et Johannes.
  6. This recording, exquisitely done by the Rose Ensemble, is of vocal music composed for the pilgrimage to the ancient city of Santiago de Compostela. Interspersed with this music from the 12th and 13th centuries are works by Victor Zupanc and J. David Moore - both contemporary composers. Reviews There are currently no reviews, be the first one!
  7. Commissioned by The Rose Ensemble in Can be heard on the CD, Road To Compostela. Laudent Deum (Praise the Lord, heaven and earth, the seas and all dragons in them) for vocal trio (soprano, alto, tenor) and violin.
  8. Jun 01,  · The Road to Compostela. The Rose Ensemble. June 1, Dum Pater familias 6 Congaudeant catholici 7 Annua Gaudia 8 Jacobum Dei famulem 9 At the time that this CD was recorded, the Rose Ensemble was comprised of only eight singers, plus a non-singing string player and a non-singing composer-in-residence who played /5(8).

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