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Machaut: Remede de Fortune

from: New Albion Records

 : Machaut: Remede de Fortune

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0022551006829
Item Dimensions: 4555022494
Label: New Albion Records
Manufacturer: New Albion Records
Number Of Discs: 1
Publisher: New Albion Records
Release Date: November 24, 2009
Studio: New Albion Records




Disc 1:
  1. Biaute paree de valour
  2. LAI: Qui n'aroit autre deport
  3. Liement me deport
  4. COMPLAINTE: Tels rit
  5. CHANT ROYAL: Joie, plaisance
  6. BALADELLE: En amer a douce vie
  7. Toute Flour
  8. BALLADE: Dame, de qui toute
  9. Dande ballade (arr. Kammen/Mealy)
  10. CHANSON BALLAD E: Dame a vous
  11. RONDELET: Dame mon cuer en vous remaint
  12. Rondeau: Rose Liz
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Mauchaut: Remede De Fortune by Ensemble Project Ars Nova

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Machaut was not only a composer of liturgical music, but also was equally famous for his secular works. Among these secular pieces is "Remede de Fortune" (Remedy of Fortune)-which became one of the most popular love poems in medieval Europe, securing Machaut's position as the premiere poet musician of 14th century France. The very lengthy work-- 4300 lines, selections of which are performed here--describes a deeply emotional outpouring of feelings of romantic love-of pain, desire, devotion, beauty, hope, and longing--which the speaker/writer never can reveal to the subject of his love. The poetic language is extraordinarily beautiful, and the melodies perfectly reflect the varying moods and lyricism of the words. Ensemble P.A.N. performs these widely varied songs with such skill and feeling that we don't even have to know French to understand the meaning of the texts. --David Vernier



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