Cambridge Early Music Concerts 2013

CONDUCTUS

John Potter (tenor) and Christopher O'Gorman (tenor)

8.00pm, Saturday 13 April, 2013
Emmanuel United Reformed Church, Cambridge
Tickets:  £15.00,  £12.00
 
The Conductus project aims to find a greater understanding of 12th and13th century music and poetry, and involves musicologists and scholars led by Mark Everist at the University of Southampton. There will be a monograph for Cambridge University Press in due course, and each of the three CDs on Hyperion will present the results of experimental sessions shedding new light on ancient performance practice. Tenors John Potter and Christopher O'Gorman perform this concert version - a unique opportunity to hear the results of the latest research into this intriguing period of early polyphony. They are accompanied by a specially created film by Michael Lynch.

PROGRAMME

    anonymous: Quo vadis
    anonymous:
        Genitus divinitus
    anonymous: Quod promisit
    anonymous: Artium dignitas
    anonymous:
        Qui servare puberem (1)
    anonymous: Ut non ponam
    anonymous:
        Qui servare puberem (2)
    anonymous:
        Homo natus ad laborem
    anonymous: Porta salutis
    anonymous:
        Heu quod progreditur
    anonymous:
        Gaude virgo virginum
    anonymous: Celorum porta
    anonymous: Ave tuos benedic
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