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Video streamed event and on demand: Tiburtina Ensemble

Watch online on oudemuziek.nlEarly Music TelevisionRecorded at Early Music Television, Utrecht, Netherlands
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Friday 15 July 202220:00
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Programme
GregorianTrope: Gregorius presul meritis - Antiphon: Ad te levavi animam meam
GregorianOrganum: In hac precelsa sollempnitate
GregorianLectio de vita Karoli magni
GregorianResponsorium: Francorum gemma Karolus
GregorianSequence: In Karoli magni laude
GregorianAntiphon: In virtute tua Ihesu Criste - Psalm 112: Laudate pueri Dominum
GregorianConductus: Quare fremuerunt
GregorianAntiphon: O spes afflictis
GregorianCantio: Flos florum – Cantio: Que est ista
GregorianResponsorium: Letare pia mater Aquensis
GregorianLai: Otep myrry
GregorianMotet: Ave, coronate
GregorianAntiphon: Precinctus fortitudine - Psalm 99: Jubilate Deo
GregorianA solis ortu usque ad occidua (‘Planctus de obitu Karoli’)
GregorianResponsorium: O quam felicis imperatorem memorie
GregorianCantio: Ave, dei genitrix
Alcuin (735-804)Sequence: Summi regis archangele Michael
Notker (840-912)Sequence: Natus ante secula
Performers
Tiburtina Ensemble

The imperial Prague of about 1350 was a melting pot of Carolingian traditions and Ars Nova. While Guillaume de Machaut and his contemporaries were creating a new sound, Charles IV clung on particularly to the heritage of his legendary predecessor Charlemagne. The Czech Tiburtina Ensemble sketches a double portrait of these two historical heavyweights, with Gregorian chants for the anniversary of Charlemagne, medieval organa and polyphonic motets.

Early Music Utrecht (Oudemuziek)
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