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Corina Marti – Septem dies – Music at Prague University 1360-1460 (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Corina Marti – Septem dies – Music at Prague University 1360-1460 (2021)
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The music played at Prague university according to mid-15th-century sources, following the Hussite wars and the institution’s renovation. The album provides a wide array of liturgical music, sacred pieces by young clerics, as well as music the university students played for entertainment. It features Gregorian chant, anonymous creations and compositions by Bernard de Cluny, Petrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz and Antonio da Cividale.

Contemporary university students would be hard pressed to imagine life without social networking on their smartphones. In the 15th century, the role of social networking was pursued by communal singing, bringing the students together and being part of their everyday life on a variety of occasions. The foundation charter of the Reček College of Prague university (1438) stipulated for the students the duty to perform music every day within the liturgical services. On the other hand, secular music, including instrumental and dance, was prohibited (especially playing resonant instruments, singing in the vernacular languages and ribald songs), but the students constantly bent the rules.

The liturgy prescribed for each day of the week served as the basis for the repertoire of the present recording, which, however, also affords scope to the secular music that in all likelihood the students used to play during their leisure time beyond the walls of the college. The unique album of Schola Gregoriana Pragensis and their very special guest, the clavisimbalist Corina Marti (La Morra), is being released along with an extensive study providing a comprehensive depiction of the 15th-century university music life. The fruit of the collaboration between musicians and musicologists from across Europe is a book with this recording, an artefact that will become a natural part of the library of every connoisseur and lover of medieval music.

Tracklist

01. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Slyšiž země – Song
02. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Kyrie pro defunctis
03. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Memento etiam Domine
04. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Veni sancte spiritus et in me robur auge Cantio
05. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Miretur omnis nacio – Cantio (Instrumental)
06. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Degentis vita – Cum vix artidici – (Vera pudicitia) Motet
07. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Deus in adiutorium Versus
08. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Quia devotis laudibus / Ps. 147 Lauda Ierusalem Antiphona cum psalmo
09. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Benedicamus Domino Versus
10. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Nunc festum celebremus Cantio
11. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Ein schöne liebe Jungfraw Cantio
12. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Vsed ďábel babě na plece Song
13. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Sanctus scholasticum
14. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Ora pro nobis Antiphona
15. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Martino divo presuli Cantio
16. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Generari voluit – Cantio (Instrumental)
17. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Caro mea vere est cibus Graduale
18. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Jesus Christus nostra salus Cantio
19. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Esto quod expertus sis in trivio Cantio de disciplinis studiorum
20. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Apollinis eclipsatur – Zodiacum signis – In omnem terram (Bernard de Cluny) Motet
21. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Et factum est postquam in captivitatem Lamentationes Jeremiae prophetae
22. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Christus Rex pacificus
23. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Quid admiramini Cantio
24. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Salve sancta parens Introitus
25. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Poligena exanimes (Petrus Wilhelmi de Grudencz) Cantio
26. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – O regina lux divina Cantio
27. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Jour a jour Rondeau
28. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Sacerdotes Dei Cantio
29. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Asperges me hyssopo Antiphona
30. Gregoriana Pragensis Schola – Gloria in excelsis Deo (Antonio da Cividale)

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