Angelus ad virginem
A performance of this medieval carol sung by Associate Partner ‘Anonymous III’ as part of a concert of 12th– and 13th-century music for Christmastide at Selwyn College, Cambridge, connected with Adam Mathias’s (Cambridge team) current research.
Ihesum corde colite – Ons is gheboren
Schola Gregoriana Pragensis perform a song originating from the 15th-century reform movement ‘devotio moderna’ that is transmitted in an early 17th-century manuscript from the beguinage in Amsterdam – a source worked on by Ulrike Hascher-Burger (Utrecht team). Recorded during a SoundMe concert in Warsaw, 15 May 2018.
A song by Petrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz, performed by Schola Gregoriana Pragensis (Tomáš Lajtkep and Ondřej Holub), that forms part of the research by Paweł Gancarczyk (Warsaw team) and Jan Ciglbauer (Prague team). The recording was made during a SoundMe concert in Warsaw on 15 May 2018.
Songs from the Amsterdam beguinage
On the occasion of their concert on 3rd June 2018 at Festival Oude Muziek Nu in Hoorn (NL) (see the Events page), AP Ensemble Trigon shared a videoclip with two early 17th-century songs from the Amsterdam beguinage. It was taken during a concert presented on 17th December 2017 in castle ‘t Huys Delver (NL).
A Czech medieval song performed by Schola Gregoriana Pragensis and Anonymous III. The recording was made during the SoundMe concert in Prague on 11 April 2018.
Veni vere / Pneuma / Paraclito / Dator eia
A motet by Petrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz performed by La Morra, connected with Paweł Gancarczyk’s (Warsaw team) current research. The recording was made during the SoundMe concert in Utrecht on 28 May 2018.
Wolauff last uns frölich singen
A hymn printed in Valentin Triller’s ‘Ein Schlesich [!] singebüchlein’ from Wrocław in 1555, that forms part of Antonio Chemotti’s (Warsaw team) research. Performed in Prague by Anonymous III.