Tracklist

CD 1: Music of the Middle Ages
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Graduale: Omnes de Saba venient
[anonymous] 3:56
2 Offertorium: Reges Tharsis
[anonymous] 9:55
3 Communio: Vidimus stellam eius
[anonymous] 2:58
4 Introitus: Terribilis est locus iste
[anonymous] 3:47
5 Alleluia: Adorabo ad templum sanctum tuum
[anonymous] 2:50
6 Offertorium: Domine Deus, in simplicitate
[anonymous] 7:51
7 Communio: Domus mea
[anonymous] 4:15
8 Viderunt omnes
Pérotin 11:51
9 Sederunt principes
Pérotin 11:16
10 Lasse! comment oublieray
Guillaume de Machaut 4:06
11 Qui es promesses
Guillaume de Machaut 1:56
12 Hoquetus David
Guillaume de Machaut 3:18
13 Christe, qui lux es
Guillaume de Machaut 4:14
CD 2: Music of the Renaissance
CD 3: Baroque Vocal
CD 4: Baroque Instrumental
CD 5: The Classical Symphony
CD 6: The Classical Concerto
CD 7: A Trip to France
CD 8: The Romantic Symphony
CD 9: Cycles and Songs
CD 10: The Virtuoso I
CD 11: The Virtuoso II
CD 12: The Romantic Cello
CD 13: The Virtuoso III
CD 14: Big Voice, Big Orchestra
CD 15: Get Your Programme!
CD 16: New Currents
CD 17: A World Re‐Arranged
CD 18: ¡Viva España!
CD 19: Lasting Impressions
CD 20: Points of View
CD 21: Minimalism
CD 22: Opera – Overtures
CD 23: Opera – Arias
CD 24: Opera – Duets & Choruses

Credits

CD 1: Music of the Middle Ages

balance engineer:
Heinz Wildhagen (1981-01) (tracks 1–3)
choir vocals:
chorus master:
Pater Godehard Joppich (tracks 4–7)
Pater Godehard Joppich (1981-01) (tracks 1–3)
composer:
conductor:
David Munrow (tracks 8–13)
orchestra:
Early Music Consort of London (tracks 8–9, 11–13)
performer:
producer:
Heinz Wildhagen (tracks 1–3)
vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (tracks 11, 13)
Charles Brett (English counter-tenor active in late 20th century) (tracks 11, 13)
Rogers Covey‐Crump (tenor) (track 8)
Paul Elliott (US tenor vocalist, member of Theatre of Voices) (tracks 8, 10)
Martyn Hill (tracks 8, 10)
Geoffrey Shaw (bass-bartitone vocalist) (track 10)
recorded at:
recording of:
Qui es promesses (track 11)