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Romaria

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Got schepfer aller dingen; Veris dulcis; Pulcherrima rosa; Ora pro nobis; L' lume; Dulce solum; Der oben swebt; O beata infantia; O Rosa; Saudade; In flagellis; Kyrie Jesus autem transiens; O beata infantia; Credo Laudate dominum; Ein gut Preambel; Sanctus Tu solus qui facis; Ein iberisch Postambel.

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The Dowland Project: Romaria

Read "Romaria" reviewed by Martin Gladu

"Genuinely knowing ourselves always involves knowing how others see us...The meaning of a culture reveals itself in its plenitude only through encounter and contact with a culture different, even alien to it." writes ECM founder Manfred Eicher in Horizons Touched: The Music of ECM (Granta, 2007).Besides a similarity to Lacanian thinking, these words lay ...

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The Dowland Project: Romaria

Read "Romaria" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Tenor John Potter, late of the Hilliard Ensemble, formed the Dowland Project in 2003 ostensibly to record the music of Medieval English composer John Dowland (1563-1626). Dowland has several modern benefactors, including Paul O'Dette, Jakob Lindberg and Nigel North. These artists have concentrated on the letter of Dowland, making faithful reproductions of his music with sensitivity ...


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