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Office for Saint Elizabeth of Hungary (Cambrai Ms 38) (Pierre de Cambrai)

1
Antifona I [Vesperae I]: Gaudeat Hungaria
00:03:56

Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble - Gerard de Saint-Quentin, Composer - Pierre de Cambrai, Composer

(C) 2013 Glossa (P) 2013 Glossa

2
Responsorium II [Nocturnus II]: Sub Conrado del viro
00:11:18

Graindelavoix, Ensemble - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Gerard de Saint-Quentin, Composer - Pierre de Cambrai, Composer

(C) 2013 Glossa (P) 2013 Glossa

3
Responsorium V [Nocturnus II]: Ante Dies exitus
00:15:18

Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble - Gerard de Saint-Quentin, Composer - Pierre de Cambrai, Composer

(C) 2013 Glossa (P) 2013 Glossa

4
Responsorium VI [Nocturnus II]: Cul nec apex
00:13:16

Graindelavoix, Ensemble - Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Gerard de Saint-Quentin, Composer - Pierre de Cambrai, Composer

(C) 2013 Glossa (P) 2013 Glossa

5
Responsorium IX [Nocturnus II]: Tante signa glorie
00:12:37

Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble - Gerard de Saint-Quentin, Composer - Pierre de Cambrai, Composer

(C) 2013 Glossa (P) 2013 Glossa

Un chant renvoisie / Decantatur (Paris Bib. Nat. 3517-18) (Pierre de Cambrai)

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Un chant renvoisie / Decantatur (Paris Bib. Nat. 3517-18)
00:01:36

Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble - Pierre de Cambrai, Composer

(C) 2013 Glossa (P) 2013 Glossa

Volek syrolm thudothlon (Lamentations of Mary) [Hungary, 1300]

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Volek syrolm thudothlon (Lamentations of Mary) [Hungary, 1300]
00:06:10

Bjorn Schmelzer, Conductor - Graindelavoix, Ensemble

(C) 2013 Glossa (P) 2013 Glossa

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