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Baroque Entertainment & Medieval Songs of Faith, Fun, and Protest

Location: Virginia, USA
Choir type: College and University Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
The Virginia Tech Early Music Enemble
Directed by John Howell

Sunday, February 26, 3 pm
Squires Recital Salon
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, Virginia

"BAROQUE ENTERTAINMENT AND MEDIEVAL SONGS OF FAITH, FUN, AND PROTEST"

Jean-Baptiste Lully: Chaconne from Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Paris, 1670
  The Baroque Orchestra

SONGS OF FAITH
Gaude virgo mater Christ (13th century)
Nova, nova (15th century)
Mariam Matrem (from Libre Vermell, 14th century)
Belle Doette (13th century)
  Singers & the Medieval Band

Hans Leo Hassler:  Intradas VI & VII, Nuremberg, 1601
  The Baroque Orchestra

SONGS OF FUN
J'ai vu le loup (14th century children's song)
Machaut:  En mon Cuer a un descort
Aro que nostre seigne es nat (Provençal)
Blow:  'Tis women Makes us Love
  Singers & the Medieval Band

Henry Purcell:  Chaconne from King Arthur, London, 1691
  The Baroque Orchestra

SONGS OF PROTEST (from Roman de Fauvel of 1316)
Floret fex favellea
Douce dame debonaire
Plebs fidelis Francie
  Singers & the Medieval Band

Georg Philipp Telemann:  Concerto for 3 Violins & Orchestra (Tafelmusic, 1733)
  The Baroque Orchestra
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