The Early Music Show playlist for 10/15/2010

DJs: 
Adrian Montufar
Artist Title Album Label Link
Orlando de Lassus In Principio erat Verbum (motet) Labyrintho, dir. Walter Testolin stradivarius STR 33762
Anonymous, Notre Dame organum 2-voice Alleluya - Video celos apertos Orlando Consort; Choristers of Westminster Cathedral Choir Archiv Production 453 487-2
Anonymous, Notre Dame organum 2-voice Matins responsory: Et valde mane una sabbatorum Orlando Consort; Choristers of Westminster Cathedral Choir Archiv Production 453 487-2
Anonymous, Notre Dame organum 2-voice Alleluya - Assumpta est Maria Orlando Consort; Choristers of Westminster Cathedral Choir Archiv Production 453 487-2
Pérotin 4-voice Gradual - Sederunt Principes Orlando Consort; Choristers of Westminster Cathedral Choir Archiv Production 453 487-2
Anonymous, Notre Dame organum 3-voice conductus: Procurans odium The Hilliard Ensemble. Hilliard live 1 CORO cor16046
Anonymous, Notre Dame organum 3-voice conductus: Veni creator spiritus The Hilliard Ensemble. Hilliard live 1 CORO cor16046
Anonymous, Notre Dame organum 4-voice conductus: Mundus vergens The Hilliard Ensemble. Hilliard live 1 CORO cor16046
Pérotin 4-voice Gradual - Viderunt Omnes The Hilliard Ensemble. Hilliard live 1 CORO cor16046
Orlando de Lassus Prophetiae Sibyllarum (complete) Labyrintho, dir. Walter Testolin stradivarius STR 33762
Orlando de Lassus Magnificat Praeter rerum seriem Labyrintho, dir. Walter Testolin stradivarius STR 33762
Orlando de Lassus Ave verum corpus (motet) Pomerium, dir. Alexander Blachly Old Hall OHR001
Orlando de Lassus Cum essem parvulus (motet) Pomerium, dir. Alexander Blachly Old Hall OHR001
Orlando de Lassus Un queant laxis (motet) Pomerium, dir. Alexander Blachly Old Hall OHR001
Orlando de Lassus Christus resurgens (motet) Pomerium, dir. Alexander Blachly Old Hall OHR001

There is very little information about the composers of Notre Dame organum. Repertoire for 2 voices is attributed to Léonin and his contemporaries while 3 and 4-part polyphony is considered to have been set by Pérotin and his generation. Anonymous IV identifies Pérotin as the author of graduals Sederunt Principes and Viderunt Omnes.
Lassus' Prophetiae Sibyllarum is a set of 12 motets and a prologue.