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Ensemble Unicorn: I Would Gladly Sing Courtly Songs

Song NameComposer
Mete din liechter schinNeidhart
Si vragentFriedrich von Sonnenburg
Nu alrest lebe ich mir werdeWalther von der Vogelwelde
Ich sunge gerne hubschen sancFriedrich von Sonnenburg
Got vater sprach zu AbrahamRegenbogen
Der wibe name grozer ist dan vrouwen lobRumelant / Frauenlob
Es nahet gen der fasenachtOswald von Wolkenstein
Verschamter muntFriedrich von Sonnenburg
Fro weltHugo von Montfort
Nu kius ichHawart
Maria unser froweAnonymous
Nieman zu fro sol prysenRobyn / Rubin
Es gienc in juncfrou minneclichBurggraf von Lienz
Reymar, Walter, Robyn, NithartHermann Damen

Directed by Michael Posch

The Spanish-based Pneuma label has achieved a near-cult following among lovers of early and world music for performances that completely rethink the concept of "authentic performance." Their newest offering is an unexpected treat: the Ensemble Unicorn under the direction of Michael Posch in a program of South German music of the Middle Ages. Posch has taken a completely fresh and innovative approach to the performance of these works, seeking to broaden their appeal through dramatic and improvisatory performance, based in part on medieval poetry having been "composed" for singing and performance. The program gathers a broad selection of poetry from the Middle Ages linked to the South Tyrol, the region surrounding the Alps that was of enormous importance to the propagation of literature during the era.

Item code: 8763C | 1 CD | $15.95 |add item to cart
Choral | Mixed | Austria
Related: Early Music CDs
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