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  • Jean De Merry - PSALTERIUM BOOKS I & II - 1stdibs. — “Jean De Merry - PSALTERIUM BOOKS I & II - 1stdibs”, 1
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. Definition of PSALTERIUM : omasum. Origin of PSALTERIUM. New Latin, from Late Latin, psalter; from the resemblance of the folds to the pages of a book. — “Psalterium - Definition and More from the Free Merriam”, merriam-
  • English Translation for Psalterium - dict.cc German-English Dictionary. — “dict.cc | Psalterium | English Dictionary”, dict.cc
  • Psalterium. Psalterium. The Psalterium, or Book of the Psalms, only concerns us here in so far as it was transcribed and used for liturgical purposes. As a manual of private devotions it has already been sufficiently discussed under P RAYER -B OOKS. — “Psalterium - Catholic Encyclopedia - Catholic Online”,
  • the Word of God is the foundation of everything, it is the true reality. We must change our idea that matter, solid things, things we can touch, are the more. — “תהלים”,
  • psalterium. Dictionary terms for psalterium, definition for psalterium, Thesaurus and Translations of psalterium to Chinese, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, German, Russian, Japanese, Turkish, Hebrew, Arabic, Polish, Czech. — “psalterium in - dictionary and translation”,
  • Psalterium definition, the omasum. See more. psalterium (sɔːlˈtɪərɪəm) —n , pl -teria. Also called: omasum the third compartment of the stomach of ruminants, between the reticulum and abomasum [C19: from Latin psaltēriumPsalter; from the similarity of its folds to the pages of a book] Collins. — “Psalterium | Define Psalterium at ”,
  • Cyber Psalms and the vocal Psalterium. David has finished 50 of his cyber psalms, and since his new job allows so little scope for imagination and fun, he has decided to produce a "Psalterium Cyberium:" which will "Illuminate the cyber-psalter". — “SansBlogue: Cyber Psalms and the vocal Psalterium”,
  • The purpose of publishing this Psalterium is, by means of translating and introducing popular, well-accepted psalms and liturgical music used in the United States, helping both the With Taipei Archbishop's permission, the Psalterium can be used as a liturgical book in the Catholic liturgies. — “Celebration of Light Official Website”, .tw
  • Psalterium cum canticis, MS 382. Prague or Krumlov c. 1438. 90 fols. 256 ×175 mm, parchment. This small psaltery is the most outstanding illuminated codex of the Cathedral Library. The valuable Latin m***cript contains the psalms of David together with the thanksgiving canticles. — “Book of Psalms. Psalterium cum canticis MS 382, c. 1438”,
  • Psalterium. The Psalterium, or Book of the Psalms, only concerns us here in so far as it was transcribed and used for liturgical purposes. As a manual of private devotions it has already been sufficiently The Psalterium contained primarily all the text of the Psalms, and it. — “CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Psalterium”,
  • psalterium n. , pl. , -teria . The omasum. [Late Latin psaltērium , psalter (so called because when slit open its folds fall apart like the leaves. — “psalterium: Definition from ”,
  • Specialist manufacturers of early music instruments and kits. Plucked Psaltery, Pommers, Portative Organ, Positive Organ, Psalterium, Psaltery, Psaltery (Bowed), Psaltery (Plucked), Rackett, Ranket, Ranqueta,. — “Renaissance Workshop Company Limited”,
  • Welcome to Psalterium's website: Psalterium is a specialist in organising cultural and Psalterium administers St. Nicholas's Church situated in Lesser Town, Prague. It organises traditional church music concerts, benefit concerts, cultural and incentive. — “Psalterium ltd”, psalterium.cz
  • Definition of psalterium from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of psalterium. Pronunciation of psalterium. Definition of the word psalterium. Origin of the word psalterium. — “psalterium - Definition of psalterium at ”,
  • Definition of psalterium in the Medical Dictionary. psalterium explanation. Information about psalterium in Free online English dictionary. What is psalterium? Meaning of psalterium medical term. What does psalterium mean?. — “psalterium - definition of psalterium in the Medical”, medical-
  • The Psalterium, or Book of the Psalms, only concerns us here in so far as it was transcribed and used for liturgical purposes. In its liturgical use the Psalterium contained the bulk of the Divine Office. — “Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss | Christian”,
  • Psalterium Carolinum. The Devotions of His Sacred Majestie in His Solitudes and Sufferings, Rendred in Verse. and are to be sold at the Bell in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1657. — “Psalterium Carolinum, by John Wilson (1657)”,
  • Psalterium: The Psalterium, or Book of the Psalms, only concerns us here in so far as it was transcribed and used for liturgical purposes.. Page scans include illustrations, maps, and images from the original Catholic Encyclopedia. — “Psalterium - Original Catholic Encyclopedia”,
  • Psalterium or tambourin à cordes is a stringed musical instrument, and means the same thing as psaltery. Some authors have called into question the inclusion of the Pyrenean stringed drum under the name of psalterium[3]. — “Psalterium (instrument) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Ebook and Texts Archive > American Libraries > Psalterium Messianicum Davidis regis et prophetae : a revision of the authorized English versions of Psalterium Messianicum Davidis regis et prophetae : a revision of the authorized English versions of the book. — “Psalterium Messianicum Davidis regis et prophetae : a”,
  • PSALTERIUM.IT - English Version - Hello! this IS THE SHORTER VERSION OF THE ITALIAN MAIN SITE AND IS MEANT TO LET YOU KNOW who WE are and what we do. — “Polyphonic Choir Psalterium - Corale Polifonica Psalterium”, psalterium.it
  • Definition of psalterium in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of psalterium. Pronunciation of psalterium. Translations of psalterium. psalterium synonyms, psalterium antonyms. Information about psalterium in the free online English dictionary and. — “psalterium - definition of psalterium by the Free Online”,

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  • Ballet by Michael Praetorius - viols and organ This bridge is from Praetorius' birthplace. ernst stolz
  • La Quinte Estampie Real - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Cornemuse -Flûte -Vièle à archet -Dulcimer -Psalterium -Chalemies -Doira -Daff "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal design is very ...
  • DJTerrorBerlin - ***og vs Digital 1 Kitty Cowell - Take It Back "Monster Remix" Die Zither ist ein Zupfinstrument und zählt zu der Familie der Saiteninstrumente (Chordophone). In seinen Ursprüngen ein Volksmusikinstrument der Alpenländer, hielt sie im ausgehenden 19. Jahrhundert Einzug in die Salons des europäischen Bürgertums. Nach den Weltkriegen wurde die Bauweise der Zither weiterentwickelt, bis hin zu dem heutigen Konzertinstrument in historischen Aufführungen und in der zeitgenössischen Musik In der Frage der Herkunft des Instruments gehen die Meinungen auseinander. Fest steht lediglich, dass auch schon die antiken Griechen einen Vorgänger der Zither, das Monochord, kannten. Aus dem europäischen Raum gelten das mittelalterliche Scheitholt und das Psalterium als Vorläufer der Zither. Ebenso sind viele Formen dieses Instruments in ganz Asien zu finden, so zum Beispiel in China die Qin und Guzheng, in Japan die Koto oder in Vietnam die Tranh. Die Kannel oder Kantele in Skandinavien und im Baltikum sind ebenfalls regionale Ausprägungen der Zither. The zither is a musical string instrument, most commonly found in Slovenia, Austria, Hungary citera, northwestern Croatia, the southern regions of Germany, alpine Europe and East Asian cultures, including China. The term "citre" is also used more broadly, to describe the entire family of stringed instruments in which the strings do not extend beyond the sounding box, including the hammered dulcimer, psaltery, Appalachian dulcimer, guqin, guzheng ...
  • Exultate Deo-Palestrina-Lyrics.wmv "Exultate Deo", (Exsultate Deo), by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina , is based on Biblical Psalm 81 (80) . From the beginning upward leap on the word "Exult! , to a fanfare-like intonation of "rejoice", each half-verse of the Psalm, receives a strong harmonic cadence. Exultate Deo , composed in Latin , is generally performed a capella and features five voice parts : one soprano , two altos , one tenor and one base. SAATB mixed voices. Choirparts. With Lyrics,Latin, Pronunciation, English Latin: Exsultate Deo, adjutori nostro: Jubilate Deo Jacob. Sumite psalmum et date tympanum: psalterium jucundum cum cithara. Buccinate in neomenia tuba: insigni die solemnitatis vestrae. Sample Latin Pronunciation: Ex-suel-tah-tay Day-oh, Ad --Jew-Tore-ee Nost-row, You-bee-latt-tay Day-oh Yak -ob Sum-ee-tay Sal-moom Et Dah-Tay Teem-pan-noom, Sal-ter-yum Yoo-coon-doom Coom See-tah-ha Boo-chee-nah-tey In Nay-oh-main-yah Too-bah In-see-nee Dee-ay Sole-ay-nee-ta-tees Ves-tray English: Rejoice in God our helper: sing aloud to the God of Jacob. Take the psalm and bring hither the timbrel: the merry harp with the lute. Blow the trumpet in the new moon, even on our solemn feast day.
  • Einuiea feat. Crenguta Hariton & Ion Grosu - Faust (2007) Faust Screening of the silent film Faust (Germany, 1926), director: Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau, with literary inserts from the writings of Mikhail Bulgakov Original music: EINUIEA Ensemble Călin Torsan -- recorders, traditional flutes George Turliu -- voice, kazoo, psalterium, saz Silviu Fologea -- electro-acoustic guitar Juan-Carlos Negretti -- percussion: bongos, darbuka, cymbal, accessories Crenguţa Hariton & Ion Gosu -- text stalker Excerpts from Theatrical Novel and Letter to a Secret Friend by Mikhail Bulgakov Concept: Radu Rădescu This project involves a new, exciting, and unconventional show designed to take place in the nighttime on an outdoor stage. The show attempts to fuse music, film and literature together. The central theme is to intersperse original live-performed music with recitals from literary texts which have been especially selected to complement the films' atmosphere, thus producing a new kind of multimedia experience, enjoyable for connoisseurs of film, music and literature alike. The main goal of the project is to expose the modern public to reference films that have been forgotten or are completely unknown. While the movie is presented, the image is associated with music and literature in a creative, accessible way which intends to challenge the audience to take part in a stimulating and enjoyable experience. The musical accompaniment is part of the film's dynamics, and not a distinctive element. Music and sounds are used to create atmosphere, to ...
  • La Septime Estampie Real - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Vielle à roue -Dulcimer -Psalterium -Cornemuse pastorale -Cytara -Various percussion "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal design is very ...
  • Las Bicicletas - Mexico of the old days (2/2) This is a compilation of pictures of the Mexico of yesteryear, ca. 1885-1910 The times of the President, General Porfirio Diaz; Don Porfirio Diaz lived in the Castle of Chapultepec, he has a french-european-alike court; he was the one who ordered the construction of the "National Theater" (Today: "Palace of Fine Arts"); the music and the culture were at his highest expression. Look how beautiful was Mexico. The music is "Las Bicicletas" (The Bicycles) by Salvador Morlet, performed by "Los abuelitos" ("The grandpas"). "Los abuelitos" was a group of musicians who wanted to maintain alive the music of yesteryear; they played: Violin, piano, psalterium, accordion, mandolin, guitar and marimba.
  • Danse [I] - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Vièle à archet -Dulcimer -Flûte à bec ténor -Psalterium -Various percussion "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal design is very reminiscent ...
  • Psalter - Wiki Article A psalter is a volume containing the Book of Psalms, often with other devotional material bound in as well, such as a liturgical calendar and litany of the Saints. Until the later medieval emergence ... Psalter - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Jürgen Howaldt Image URL: ( Creative Commons ASA 3.0 ) Author: Image URL: ( This work is in the Public Domain. ) Author: Unknown Image URL: ( This work is in the Public Domain. )
  • Psalm 53 Genevan Psalter - setting by Claude Goudimel Geneva 1542/1543 ernst stolz harpsichord, viols & renaissance guitar
  • La Prime Estampie Royal - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Rebab -Dulcimer -Ceterina d' amore -Flûte à bec soprano -Vièle à roue -Psalterium -Various percussion "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal ...
  • Planctus: Pax! In nomini Domini! - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales Marcabru (ca. 1100 - 1150?) LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Vielle d'archet -Psalterium -Dulcimer -Cytara -Various percussion "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal design is ...
  • Chapultepec - Mexico of the old days (1/2) This is a compilation of pictures of the Mexico of yesteryear, ca. 1885-1910 The times of the President, General Porfirio Diaz; Don Porfirio Diaz lived in the Castle of Chapultepec, he has a french-european-alike court; he was the one who ordered the construction of the "National Theater" (Today: "Palace of Fine Arts"); the music and the culture were at his highest expression. Look how beautiful was Mexico. The music is "Chapultepec" by Higinio Ruvalcaba, performed by "Los abuelitos" ("The grandpas"). "Los abuelitos" was a group of musicians who wanted to maintain alive the music of yesteryear; they played: Violin, piano, psalterium, accordion, mandolin, guitar and marimba.
  • Eberhard Nestle - Wiki Article Eberhard Nestle (May 1, 1851, Stuttgart -- March 9, 1913, Stuttgart) was a German biblical scholar, textual critic, Orientalist, editor of Novum Testamentum Graece, and the father of Erwin Nestle. Lif... Eberhard Nestle - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Gafazul Image URL: ( This work is in the Public Domain. )
  • My kantele (not an Amorphis cover) ;) home made. - made from pine - pegs from old electric guitar - acoustic guitar strings short improvisation :]
  • Exultate Deo-Palestrina-Alto 2.wmv "Exultate Deo", (Exsultate Deo), by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina , is based on Biblical Psalm 81 (80) . From the beginning upward leap on the word "Exult! , to a fanfare-like intonation of "rejoice", each half-verse of the Psalm, receives a strong harmonic cadence. Exultate Deo , composed in Latin , is generally performed a capella and features five voice parts : one soprano , two altos , one tenor and one base. SAATB mixed voices. Choirparts. Alto 2 Latin: Exsultate Deo, adjutori nostro: Jubilate Deo Jacob. Sumite psalmum et date tympanum: psalterium jucundum cum cithara. Buccinate in neomenia tuba: insigni die solemnitatis vestrae. Sample Latin Pronunciation: Ex-suel-tah-tay Day-oh, Ad --Jew-Tore-ee Nost-row, You-bee-latt-tay Day-oh Yak -ob Sum-ee-tay Sal-moom Et Dah-Tay Teem-pan-noom, Sal-ter-yum Yoo-coon-doom Coom See-tah-ha Boo-chee-nah-tey In Nay-oh-main-yah Too-bah In-see-nee Dee-ay Sole-ay-nee-ta-tees Ves-tray English: Rejoice in God our helper: sing aloud to the God of Jacob. Take the psalm and bring hither the timbrel: the merry harp with the lute. Blow the trumpet in the new moon, even on our solemn feast day.
  • Nikos Kalaitzis - Azizie - The Greek Folk Instruments (Sandouri - Psalterium) No copyright infringment intended * DISCLAIMER! ---- Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use ♥ Cadeau pour toi mon Jean-Philippe adoré ♥ Je t'aimeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee baby mou ♥
  • La Uitime Estampie Real - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Chalemies -Vièle à archet -Flûte -Psalterium -Dulcimer -Vielle à roue -Tambour -Tambourin "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal design is ...
  • La Quarte Estampie Royal - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Vielle à archet -Dulcimer -Psalterium -Cytara -Various percussion "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal design is very reminiscent of the ...
  • Boys Air Choir/Boys Choir from L'Alumnat - Gregorian 1- 'Christe Redemptor', Moines Bénédictins de l'Abbey en Calcat avec the Boy's Choir from L'Alumnat 2- 'Christe Redemptor', Boys Air Choir; treble: Tristan Hambleton
  • Peter O'Leary - Full Video Peter O'Leary shares his poetry with an audience from Eastern Illinois University (EIU) in 2009.
  • Estampie Acienne - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Psalterium -Vièle à archet -Dulcimer -Cytara -Various percussion "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal design is very reminiscent of the 'lai ...
  • Marcabru (1100-1150): Pax in nomine Domini Jerusalem City of the two peaces: Heavenly peace and Earthly peace La Capella Reial de Catalunya -Grupe Sufi Al-Darwish - Hespèrion XXI - Jordi Savall, dir. CD info: www.alia- III. Jerusalem, a Christian city, 326 - 1244 Marcabru (1100 - 1150) -- 1st Crusade Crusaders' song: Pax in nomine Domini Chant: Marc Mouillon Chorus: La Capella Reial de Catalunya (D. Sagastume, LI. Vilamajo, F. Garrigosa, D. Carnovich) Hespèrion XXI: M. Grébil, luth; B. Olavide, psalterium; D. Psonis, dulcimer; M. Figueras, cytara; Ch.Tellart, vielle à roue; J. Savall, lyre d'archet. Pax in nomine Domini Fetz Marcabrus los motz el so. Aujatz que di : Cum nos a fait, per sa doussor, Lo Seingnorius celestiaus Probet de nos un lavador, C'anc, fors outramar, no.n fon taus, En de lai deves Josaphas: E d'aquest de sai vos conort. Lavar de ser e de maiti Nos deuriam, segon razo, Ie.us o afi. Chascus a del lavar legor! Domentre qu'el es sas e saus, Deuri' anar al lavador, Que.ns es verais medicinaus! Que s'abans anam a la mort, D'aut en sus aurem alberc bas. Probet del lignatge Cai, Dei primeiran home felho, A tans aissi C'us a Dieu non porta honor! Veirem qui.ll er amics coraus! C'ab la vertut del lavador Nos sera Jhezus comunaus! E tornem los garssos atras Qu'en agur crezon et en sort C.il luxurios corna-vi, Coita-disnar, bufa-tizo, Crup-en-cami Remanran inz ei felpidor! Dieus vol los arditz e.ls suaus Assajar a son lavador! E cil gaitaran los ostaus! E trobaran fort contrafort, So per qu'ieu alor ...
  • Jordi Savall & Andrew Lawrence-King _ Hard is my Fate (Traditional Scottish) From 'The Celtic Viol. Airs and dances by O'Carolan, Simon Fraser, Niel Gow, James Macpherson, William Marshall and Traditional Irish & Scottish', Alia Vox, 2009 Jordi Savall, treble viola da gamba) Andrew Lawrence-King, harp/psalterium Following his defeat at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, the retreating Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie) sought refuge in the home of a Jacobite supporter. The title of this moving slow air is claimed by Simon Fraser to refer to the vanquished Prince lamenting his reduced circumstances.
  • Rayuela & Cordatum - Rosetta from the upcoming CD "Dolci Canti" Andrea Kaltenecker - Voice and Psalterium Walter Waidosch - Voice, Citola, Arrangement Claudia Gerauer - Recorder Martina Joos - Recorder Thomas Engel - Recorder Verena Kronseder - Viola de Gamba Stefan Baier - Organ David Kuckhermann - Percussion Leopold Waidosch - Sound
  • Palestrina - Exultate Deo Birmingham Chamber Chorus, from their Nov. 7 concert, "A Time to Mourn and a Time to Dance." Terre Johnson, Conductor. From Program Notes: The Psalms provide composers with many texts suitable for expressions of rejoicing. "Exultate Deo" recounts words from Psalm 81, and was written by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina in 1584. While Palestrina (1525-1594) was renowned for his sacred music, much of it written for the Papal Chapel, he showed a willingness to break with the prevailing rules and traditions of sacred composition by setting this Psalm with many devices that were being used in the Roman Madrigal. He finds rhythmic and melodic ways to describe the instruments and verbs of the Psalm that would have been forward-looking in his time. Exsultate Deo, adjutori nostro: jubilate Deo Jacob. Sumite psalmum et date tympanum: psalterium jucundum cum cithara. Buccinate in neomenia tuba: insigni die solemnitatis vestrae. Rejoice in God our helper: sing aloud to the God of Jacob. Take the psalm and bring hither the timbrel: the merry harp with the lute. Blow the trumpet in the new moon, even on our solemn feast day.
  • Psalterium (Gregorian choir) in Se Velha curch - Coimbra This is our Gregorian choir singing in Se Velha, one of the most ancient and beautiful churches of Coimbra. The experience is quite magical - the closest to time travel that you can get. :)
  • Codex Barocci*** - Wiki Article Barocci*** is an adjective applied to m***cripts indicating an origin in the Baroccianum, a Venetian collection assembled by the humanist Francesco Barozzi (Barocius). A large part of that collecti... Codex Barocci*** - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: unknown Image URL: ( This work is in the Public Domain. ) Author: unknown Image URL: ( This work is in the Public Domain. )
  • Song of the blind Gusli players The Blind Gusli players sing a song in praise of the Tsar Berendej, who has brought peace and prosperity to the land. This is from Rimsky Korsakov's opera Snegourochka (the Snow Maiden). The characteristic sound of the Gusli (a psalterium) is imitated here by piano.
  • Murcof + Philippe @ LEM festival Barcelona - Oct2011 part1 This is the 1st part of our concert at the Caixa Forum in Barcelona on October 21 2011 as part of the LEM festival program. For this 1st part Philippe is improvising on the electric Psalterium while I process it. Hope you enjoy it!
  • Psalm 54 Genevan Psalter - setting by Claude Goudimel Geneva 1562 (upper voice (superior, pardessus) by me) Interior_of_the_Grote_Kerk_at_Haarlem_1673_Gerrit_Berckheyde ernst stolz recorders (and organ)
  • Peter O'Leary - Part 2 Peter O'Leary shares his poetry with an audience from Eastern Illinois University (EIU) in 2009.
  • Dansse Real - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Rebab -Flûte à trois trous -Dulcimer -Psalterium -Chalemies -Vielle à roue -Tambour -Tambourin turc "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their formal ...
  • Danse [II] - Estampies & Danses Royales Estampies & Danses Royales LeManucsrit du Roi ca. 1270 - 1320 CE Hesperion XXI Jordi Savall Instruments: -Ceterina d'amore -Psalterium -Dulcimer -Flûte soprano -Lire d'archet -Vielle à roue -Darbouka -Tambourin "The tunes on this disc survive only in one of the most famous and grandest of thir***th-century songbooks, the so-called 'Chansonnier du Roi', carrying that name today because it gives a special prominence to the songs of King Thibaut IV of Navarre (ca. 1201 - 1253 CE). It is a large book of over 200 parchment leaves, each about the size of a piece of copyright paper today (that is, 32 x 22 cm). Much of it is expensively copied and decorated, but it has a rich and complex history: additions, resequencing, later annotations, and much else make its origins and changes hard to trace. It seems to have started as a collection of monophonic songs in French, what we call the 'trouvère repertory; then various other items were added, including a group of polyphonic motets. As concerns the songs that make up the 'chansonnier' , there are over 400 of them and they are copied mainly for their long and elaborate texts. The dances heard on this disc seem to have been added very late in its history, perhaps in the early four***th century. They are the work of at least two additional copyists, evidently something of an afterthought. But the 'estampies' are numbered in the m***cript, and there may be reasons for thinking that they were planned as a cycle: after all, their ...
  • Plucked Psaltery - Bonny at Morn The sheep's in the meadow, The kye's in the corn - Thou's o'er lang in thy bed, Bonny at morn. Canny at e'en, Bonny at morn - Thou's o'er lang in thy bed, Bonny at morn.
  • Gregorian singers at symposium Gregorian singers to introduct Father Roderick at the Ugame-Ulearn 2009 symposium
  • Albero&Carmona LIVE "Mi secreto" Alba Carmona & Marina Albero playing live in Barcelona. 27/II/2009
  • Psalter - Wiki Article A psalter is a volume containing the Book of Psalms, often with other devotional material bound in as well, such as a liturgical calendar and litany of the Saints. Until the later medieval emergence ... Psalter - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Jürgen Howaldt Image URL: ( Creative Commons ASA 3.0 ) Author: Image URL: ( This work is in the Public Domain. ) Author: Unknown Image URL: ( This work is in the Public Domain. )
  • Prélude & Paysane - Oeuvre XVII, 4 by Joseph Bodin de Boismortier on two pardessus viols played by ernst stolz
  • Sampi - Wiki Article Sampi (modern: ϡ; ancient shapes: , ) is an archaic letter of the Greek alphabet. It was used as an addition to the classical 24-letter alphabet in some eastern Ionic dialects of ancient Greek in the... Sampi - Wiki Article - Original @ http All Information Derived from Wikipedia using Creative Commons License: Author: Future Perfect at Sunrise Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Future Perfect at Sunrise Image URL: Licensed under:This image is ineligible for copyright and therefore is in the public domain, because it consists entirely of information that is common property and contains no original authorship., This work is in the Public Domain., This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Nessos Painter Image URL: Licensed under:Creative Commons ASA 3.0, This work is in the public domain in the United States. Author: Future Perfect at Sunrise Image URL: