Marsha Genensky
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Anonymous, - An English Ladymass: 13th- and 14th-century chant and polyphony in honor of Virgin Mary
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, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Ave Maria gracia plena
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Ave Maria salus hominum
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Ave regina celorum
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Ie milde lomb isprad o rode
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - In te concipitur
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Jesu Cristes milde moder
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Memor esto tuorum
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Miserere miseris
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - O gloriosa domina
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - O Maria stella maris
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - O Maria virgo pia
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - O mors moreris/O vita vera/Mors
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Salve virgo singularis
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Salve virgo tonantis solium
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Stabat iuxta Christi crucem
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Stillat in stellam radium
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Stond wel, moder, under roode
Anonymous, - Chant & polyphony from medieval England - Veni mater gracie/Dou way, Robin
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, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - A solis ortus cardine
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Alleluya: A nywe werke
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Ave Maria
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - De supernis sedibus
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Ecce quod natura
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Gabriel, fram heven-king
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Hodie Christus natus est
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Lullay, lullay: Als I lay on Yoolis night
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Lullay: I saw a swete semly syght
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Lux de luce
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Motet `Balaam de quo vaticinans`
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Motet `O nobilis nativitas/O mire dei/O decus virgineum/Apparuit`
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Motet `Orto sole serene/Origo viri/Virga Iesse`
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Motet `Prolis eterne genitor/Psallat mater gracie`
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Motet `Puellare gremium/Purissima mater`
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Nowel: Owt of your slepe aryse (carol)
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Omnes de Saba
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Peperit virgo
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Ther is no rose of swych vertu
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Tria sunt munera
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Verbum supernum prodiens
Anonymous, - Medieval carols and motets from England, 13th-15th century - Vox clara, ecce, intonat
Anonymous, - Scottish traditionai: The Reel of Tullochgorum
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Ave maria gracia plena
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Ave nobilis venerabilis
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Ave salus hominum
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Ave virgo virginum
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - De la mere au sauveor
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - De la tres douce Marie
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Je te pri de cuer par amors
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Mainte chançon ai fait
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Mater patris et filia
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Mundum renovavit
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - O maria o felix puerpera
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - O maria virginei
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Pia mater gratie
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Salve sancta parens
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Serena virginum
Anonymous, - Songs to the Virgin from 13th-century France - Verbum bonum et suave
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
Landini, Francesco - Per allegreca
Landini, Francesco - Abbonda di virtu
Landini, Francesco - Angelica bilta
Landini, Francesco - Cara mie donna
Landini, Francesco - Che chos"e quest"amor
Landini, Francesco - Ecco la primavera
Landini, Francesco - Gran piant" agli ochi
Landini, Francesco - La bionda trecca
Landini, Francesco - Lasso! per mie fortuna
Landini, Francesco - Muort` ora m`a
Landini, Francesco - Nella mi" vita
Landini, Francesco - Nella partita
Landini, Francesco - Non ara ma" pieta
Landini, Francesco - Non do la colp" a te
Landini, Francesco - Ochi dolenti mie
Landini, Francesco - Quanto piu caro faj
Landini, Francesco - Quanto piu caro faj
Legalis, Johannes - `Vox nostra resonet`
Malines, William of - `Clemens servulorum genitus tuorum`
Parisiensis, Albertus - Congaudeant catholici, conduct for three voices
Perotin, Great - Beata viscera
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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