christopher3393

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  1. Here's another more recent recording of Lescurel's music. Recommended if you can find it. Lescural is a transitional figure between the music of the trobadours and trouveres and the musical Ars Nova of Machaut. Songé .I. Songe: Jehan de Lescurel: Chansons et Dit enté, XIVe siècle Ensemble Syntagma - Alexandre Danilevski http://www.musicweb-international.com/classrev/2015/Jul/Lescurel_Chansons_FME1401.htm http://www.musicweb-international.com/classrev/2015/Sep/Lescurel_Chansons_FME1401.htm
  2. Fontaine de grace: Jehan de Lescurel: Ballades, virelais et rondeaux Ensemble Gilles Binchois - Dominique Vellard
  3. Carmina Burana: Tempus Transit Millenarium
  4. DOH! Here it is again: MQA
  5. Well, this pulls some of the MQA issues together well and Mr. Koch's position is crystal clear. Some highlights: He does get into some specifics, but I don't want to run on too long here. For some this may just be a rehash, but it is well written. I found it worth a read.
  6. my personal preference: Orff: Carmina Burana Kristjan Jarvi, Mitteldeutsche Rundfunk
  7. Thanks again. I own and like the Paul Hillier/Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir version on Harmonia Mundi (in 24/96), but I was really impressed after listening to this on Tidal and finding the 24/96 version on sale at eClassical ( http://http://www.eclassical.com/rachmaninov-sergey-1/rachmaninov-all-night-vigil.html) Rachmaninov: All-Night Vigil Latvian Radio Choir / Sigvards Klava It's a gorgeous composition, imho.
  8. BERNAT VIVANCOS: BLANC Latvian Radio Choir, Sigvards Klava 24/96 download: Neu Records | Bernat Vivancos: Blanc notes: Neu Records | Bernat Vivancos: Blanc impressive. beautiful.
  9. The future is fun! ... The future is fair! ... You may already have won! ... You may already be there!
  10. An interesting development: HighResAudio.com calls for a deeper technical analysis of MQA | DAR__KO
  11. Adam de la Halle: Le Jeu de Robin et de Marion Tonus Peregrinus - Antony Pitts ADAM DE LA HALLE: Jeu de Robin et de Marion (Le) Adam de la Halle: Le jeu de Robin et Marion Micrologus Ensemble http://http://www.allmusic.com/album/adam-de-la-halle-le-jeu-de-robin-et-marion-mw0001393542 Adam DE LA HALLE (c.1237-1288): D’Amoureus Cuer Voel Chanter Les Jardins de Courtoisie; Anne Delafosse-Quentin (soprano) DE LA HALLE D’Amoureus Cuer Voel Chanter ZZT070401 [MS]: Classical CD Reviews - September 2007 MusicWeb-International
  12. Touz Esforciez: Trouvères in Lorraine Ensemble Syntagma - Alexandre Danilevski http://http://www.sonusantiqva.org/i/S/Syntagma/2003TouzEsforciez.html
  13. Songs of Angels: Songs of ecstasy by Gautier de Coincy c.1177-1236 New London Consort - Philip Pickett http://https://www.gramophone.co.uk/review/songs-of-angels