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My True Love Hath My Heart Composed By – Jean Berger I Find No Peace Composed By – Jean Berger Art Thou That She? Composed By – Jean Berger To Mistress Isabel Composed By – Jean Berger Lost Is My Quiet Composed By – Jean Berger Harvester's Song Composed By – Jean Berger. Orchard (Verger) Composed By – Paul Hindemith. Mass For Four Voices - William Byrd. B1. Kyrie Composed By – William Byrd. B2. Gloria Composed By – William Byrd. B3. Credo Composed By – William Byrd. B4. Sanctus Composed By – William Byrd.

The Madrigal Singers conducted by Uzit Zdroyevich Recorded for the ensemble's fiftieth anniversary concert St. john church, Haifa, Israel, 06/06/2015. Стандартная лицензия YouTube.

The Philippine Madrigal Singers, which specializes in this genre, is an internationally awarded choir. The King's Singers is an award-winning all-male madrigal group performing internationally. It specializes both in traditional madrigal pieces as well as contemporary music. The first composer trying to revive the art of madrigal singing in the 20th century, was Paul Hindemith. He wrote 12 pieces for 5 voices on poems by Josef Weinheber.

Amherst College Madrigal Singers. Sneak peek of the Madrigal Singers singing "Il est bel et bon" by Pierre Passereau. Unfortunately some people were cut off, so I guess you'll just going to have to come to the concert itself this Sunday in the Octagon! 92 Views. Amherst College Madrigal Singers added an event

The Madrigal Singers performed locally and internationally. Local highlights included concerts at the White House, the headquarters of the Organization of American States, and the Folger Shakespeare Library. Performances were also held on the University of Maryland campus and at other schools, libraries, museums, and organizations, as well as at national meetings, such as the Music Educators National Conference. In the late 1960s and in 1970, the group gave several personal performances for the author Katherine Anne Porter.

The Madrigal Singers also perform regularly with the Alberta Baroque Ensemble in its annual Christmas concerts. They have participated on four occasions in University Voices, a festival of Canadian university choirs sponsored in Toronto by Soundstreams Canada, performing under the direction of European conductors Robert Sund, Tõnu Kaljuste and Kaspars Putninš. Sunday, April 7: Madrigal Singers and the U of A Concert Choir will join forces to perform works for chorus, organ and other instruments, including Leonard Bernstein’s beautiful Chichester Psalms. More information to be provided re place and time.

In 1984, the members of the King's Singers (who at the time included two founding members, Alastair Hume and Simon Carrington) presented, narrated and sang in Madrigal History Tour, a six-part BBC television documentary series about the history of the madrigal in Western Europe. The name was a play on the Beatles album Magical Mystery Tour. The series also featured the early music ensemble The Consort of Musicke, playing together with and separately from the King's Singers. The series was accompanied by an album, also called Madrigal History Tour.

Madrigals CD Recordings. Madrigal, in music, secular composition for two or more voices, introduced in Italy in the 14th century and revived in a different form during the 16th century, at which time it also became popular with English, French, German, and Spanish composers. The word madrigal is thought to have been derived from mandriali (a short pastoral poem) or from matricale (a rustic song or poem in the mother tongue), or perhaps madriale (a hymn to the Virgin Mary). A Frenchman, he occupied several important musical posts in Italy, including the Florentine posts of maestro di cappella at the Baptistry of S. Maria del Fiore and the great Duomo itself. In the mid 1520s, during his time in Florence, a set of part-books were assembled, probably under Verdelot's supervision, for the court of Henry VIII. Most, if not all, of the works were composed by Verdelot.

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Six Madrigals - Jean Berger
A1 My True Love Hath My Heart
Composed By – Jean Berger
A2 I Find No Peace
Composed By – Jean Berger
A3 Art Thou That She?
Composed By – Jean Berger
A4 To Mistress Isabel
Composed By – Jean Berger
A5 Lost Is My Quiet
Composed By – Jean Berger
A6 Harvester's Song
Composed By – Jean Berger
Six Chansons - Paul Hindemith
A7 The Doe (La Biche)
Composed By – Paul Hindemith
A8 A Swan (Un Cygne)
Composed By – Paul Hindemith
A9 Since All Is Passing (Puisquetout Passe)
Composed By – Paul Hindemith
A10 Springtime (Printemps)
Composed By – Paul Hindemith
A11 In Winter (En Hiver)
Composed By – Paul Hindemith
A12 Orchard (Verger)
Composed By – Paul Hindemith
Mass For Four Voices - William Byrd
B1 Kyrie
Composed By – William Byrd
B2 Gloria
Composed By – William Byrd
B3 Credo
Composed By – William Byrd
B4 Sanctus
Composed By – William Byrd
B5 Benedictus
Composed By – William Byrd
B6 Agnus Dei
Composed By – William Byrd
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