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Mediaeval Baebes: Undrentide

Song NameComposerArranger
UndrentideKatharine Blake
IsabellaNicole Frobusch
Quan vey la lauzetaBernart de Ventadorn Ruth Galloway
Besse BuntingKatharine Blake
E volentieriGiovanni Boccaccio / Katharine Blake
CantigaDorothy Carter
Summerisle (The Maypole Song)Paul Giovanni
AverilKatharine Blake
Secreit NichtWilliam Dunbar / Audrey Evans
Now welcom somerGeoffrey Chaucer / Katharine Blake
Veni coronaberisNicole FrobuschMediaevel Baebes
Omnes gentes plaudite (The Drinking Song)Katharine Blake
Lanquan li jornJaufre RudelRuth Galloway
At a Springe-welKatharine Blake
Dance of the TrollsTeresa Casella
Maiden in the mor layKatharine Blake
E volentieri (reprise)Walter von der VogelweideCarmen Schneider / Dorothy Carter
PalatinaliedBill Leeb / Katharine Blake

Directed by Katharine Blake

The Mediaeval Baebes are 12 stunning young women who share with us their love of 11th to 16th century folk and sacred music (and the instruments and costumes of that period) on "Undrentide," their 4th excellent CD. Particularly noteworthy are the full-color, extensive liner notes, which are as beautifully designed and graphically exciting as any we've seen. 19 songs, some of which are mediaeval words put to music by Musical Director Katharine Blake. Some of our favorites: the title tune, "Quon vey la louzeta," the 15th century English "Besse Bunting," "Summerisle" (The Maypole Song), "Secreit Nicht," the raucous "Omnes gentes plaudite" (The Drinking Song), the poignant "Lanquan Li Jorn," "Dance of the Trolls" (instrumental) and the solemn "Palastinalied." Most songs are lightly accompanied. Another Baebes winner!

Item code: 7072C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart
Early Music  | Some a cappella | Female | England
NTW30156.2

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