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Anonymous, - Catholic liturgy: A Lammas Ladymass. 13th and 14th Century English Chant and Polyphony
Anonymous, - Catholic liturgy: Legends of St. Nicholas (Medieval Chant and Polyphony), I.
Anonymous, - Catholic liturgy: Legends of St. Nicholas (Medieval Chant and Polyphony), II.
Anonymous, - Early Music: Montpellier Codex (Montpellier, Bibliothèque Inter-Universitaire, Section Médecine, H196)
Anonymous, - English traditional: a noël `The Cherry Tree Carol`, XV c.
Anonymous, - English traditional: Awake, and join the cheerful choir
Anonymous, - English traditional: I saw three ships
Anonymous, - English traditional: The holly and the ivy
Anonymous, - Irish Traditional: Good people all
Anonymous, - Irish Traditional: The seven rejoices of Mary
Anonymous, - Scottish traditionai: The Reel of Tullochgorum
Bituricensis, Alberico - Ad superni regis decus, conduct
Boneventinus, episcop - Lacobe sancte tuum, conduct
Callixtus, Pope - `Alleluia. Gratulemur et laetemur`
Chartres, Fulbert de - `Agnus Dei. Qui pius ac mitis es`
Chartres, Fulbert de - `In hac die laudes cum gaudio`
Cologne, Franco of - Psallat chorus/Eximie pater/Aptatur
Davies, Peter Maxwell - A Calendar of Kings
Fortunatus, Venantius - Salve festa dies
Fournival, Richard de - Amours mi font souffrir/En mai/Flor Filius, motet
Hildegard-fon-Bingen, - 11,000 Virgins: Chants for the Feast of St. Ursula
Legalis, Johannes - `Vox nostra resonet`
Malines, William of - `Clemens servulorum genitus tuorum`
Parisiensis, Albertus - Congaudeant catholici, conduct for three voices
Soissons, Jocelin of - Gratulantes celebremus festum
Tassin, - Amours, dont je sui / L`autrier, au douz mois / Chose Tassin, motet
Tavener, John - The Lamb (1982)
Troyes, Ato - Nostra phalanx plaudat leta, conduct
Troyes, Ato - O auditor... Portum in ultimo
 
     
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