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Ars Antiqua de Paris Ensemble, visiting artist, February 17, 1970

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Summary:Estampie royale (Anon.); Estampie (Anon.); Chant de berger (Anon.); Domino (Anon.); Reis glorios (Bornielh, Guiraut de); Saltarello (Anon.); Recuerde (Mudarra, Alonso); Desciende al valle (Anon.); Variations sur la chanson "O felice ochi miei" (Ortiz, Diego); La lata (Torre, Francisco de la); Madre mia (Anon.); Din din rin din (Anon.); Rose lys (Machaut, Guillame); Plus dure que diamant (Machaut, Guillame); Piece pour due violes (Machaut, Guillame); Douce dame jolie (Machaut, Guillame); Douce dame tant com vivray (Machaut, Guillame); Dame de qui toute ma joie vient (Machaut, Guillame); Ma fin est mon Commencement (Machaut, Guillame); Sus un fontayne (Ciconia, Johannes de); Tant est de plaisir (Cordier, Baude); Mon coeur pleure (Fontaine, Pierre); Craindre vous veuil (Dufay, Guillame); Frog galliard (Dowland, John); Flow my tears (Dowland, John); Shall I sue (Dowland, John); Piece instrumentale (Morley, Thomas); Fantaisie (Dowland, John); Rogero (Johnson, John); Three balletti (Gastoldi, Giovanni). Instrumentation: recorder; harp; contratenor; viol; viola de gamba
Creator:Ars Antiqua de Paris Ensemble
Provider:University of Maryland (College Park, Md.). School of Music
Century:1901-2000
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States
Place of origin – Region:Maryland
Place of origin – Settlement:College Park
Topical subjects:Classical music
Art music, Western
Instrumental music
Vocal music
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Repository:Special Collections in Performing Arts
Browse terms:Performing Arts, Music
Collection:Digital Collections
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