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Orientis Partibus II - René Clemencic, Clemencic Consort - La Fête De L´âne

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Clemencic Consort, Ensemble Ricercare* - Danses Du Moyen-Age at Discogs. Complete your Clemencic Consort, Ensemble Ricercare* collection/5(6).
  2. Orientis partibus (Song of the Ass) Anonymous medieval processional song. Clemencic Consort directed by. Rene Clemencic. La Fête de l'Âne - Harmonia Mundi Mos florentis venustatis. Johannes von Perchausen. The Renaissance Players directed by. Winsome Evans. THE RING OF CREATION - Walsingham Classics Glorishears.
  3. The Clemencic Consort is an ensemble specialized on performing early music on historical instruments.
  4. Rene Clemencic ist Komponist, Dirigent, bekannter Solist auf Originalinstrumenten, Gründer und Leiter des Clemencic Consort, eines Ensembles, das spezialisiert .
  5. La Fete De L'aneが交響曲・管弦楽曲・協奏曲ストアでいつでもお買い得。当日お急ぎ便対象商品は、当日お届け可能です。アマゾン配送商品は、通常配送無料(一部除く)。.
  6. 10 rows · Jul 09,  · Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about /5(25).
  7. Danses Anciennes de Hongrie et de Transylvanie ~ Release by Clemencic Consort, René Clemencic (see all versions of this release, 1 available) Overview; Disc IDs; Cover Art (0) Aliases; Clemencic Consort: Olach Tancz (1st Part), Alia Chorea, Alia .
  8. Orientis Partibus - Echo la primavera, che 'l cor fa rallegrare Clemencic - La Fete de L'ane by Ath Samaras. Ich was ein chint so wolgetan- Clemencic Consort by Mavritivs Tafallensis.
  9. Clemencic Consort, Rene Clemencic - La Fête de L'âne: Traditions du Moyen Age - soul.fivegallonbucket.netinfo Music.
  10. Jan 19,  · This performance by the Clemencic Consort includes Binchois's Missa Ferialis (Mass for Everyday Use), a magnificat, and ten French-language chansons. The recording was made in , and to my ears today it sounds "dated" in performance practices. Very few ensembles now would choose to combine a voice with a shawm, as is done on one track of 4/5(1).

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