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Orlando Consort
The Toledo Summit

Song NameComposer
Ave rex noster Mondejar
Gaude virgo La Rue
Libera me, Domine Anchieta
Versa est in luctum Penalosa
Adoramoste, Senor La Torre
Je n'ay dueil Agricola
Si dedero Agricola
Missa Nunca Fue Pena Mayor: Kyrie La Rue
Ora baila tu Anonymous
Autant en emporte le vent La Rue
Justa fue mi perdicion La Torre
Andad, pasiones, andad Lagarto
O desolatorum consolator Divitis
Mater patrisBrumel
Oyan todos mi tormento Mondejar
Secretz regretzLa Rue
A la cacaLuchas
In te, Domine, speravi Josquin Desprez
Ave sanctissimum Aux
Ave festiva ferculis Josquin Desprez
Missa L'homme arme: credo Penalosa

An encounter between two powerful dynasties. The Orlando Consort revisits a fascinating meeting between two musical cultures. During his 1502 ceremonial visit to Toledo (Spain), Philip the Fair of Burgundy, and his Royal hosts, Ferdinand and Isabella, vied to display the artistic achievements of their respective realms. Music was central to all the festivities: solemn celebrations, worship, courtly banquets, dances and chivalric entertainments. "Immaculate tuning, rhythmic concision and clear articulation of the text." - BBC Music Magazine

Item code: 7086C | 1 CD | $15.98 add item to cart
Early Music | A Cappella | Male | England

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