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Gothic Voices

Gothic Voices

'Breathtaking confidence ... essential listening' (Gramophone)

Founded by Christopher Page in 1980, Gothic Voices is firmly established as one of the world’s leading medieval ensembles. The group’s Gramophone award-winning debut recording ‘A Feather on the Breath of God — Hymns and Sequences by Abbess Hildegard of Bingen’ is widely held to be one of the most successful records of pre-classical music ever made.

Gothic Voices performs regularly at the Wigmore Hall, and the South Bank Centre in London and at major festivals both in the UK and abroad. Following an acclaimed US debut in Berkeley, California 1992, Gothic Voices has returned to the USA and Canada several times with concerts in California, Texas, New York, Vancouver and Toronto.

During recent seasons Gothic Voices has performed at the Edinburgh and Cheltenham International Music Festivals, and has toured extensively in Germany, Belgium, Holland, Spain, Slovenia and Switzerland and throughout Britain.

Gothic Voices has released several CD recordings for Hyperion, resulting in Gramophone awards and a steady stream of the highest praise from the critics. Some of the more recent discs represent a new departure for the group, exploring the rich repertoire of the fifteenth-century mass. One of their releases – The Earliest Songbook in England – is an anthology of monophonic and polyphonic songs, many of them for the Christmas season, dating from around 1200 and saved by chance through their re-use as flyleaves for another book.

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Albums
'A Song for Francesca' (CDH55291)
A Song for Francesca
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55291  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'A Song for Francesca' (GAW21286)
A Song for Francesca
Buy by post £10.50 GAW21286  Last few CD copies remaining  
'Gothic Voices Gramophone Award Winners Collection' (CDS44251/3)
Gothic Voices Gramophone Award Winners Collection
Buy by post £16.50 CDS44251/3  3CDs Boxed set (at a special price)  
'Hildegard of Bingen: A feather on the breath of God' (CDA66039)
Hildegard of Bingen: A feather on the breath of God
Buy by post £10.50 CDA66039 
'Jerusalem, Vision of Peace' (CDA67039)
Jerusalem, Vision of Peace
Buy by post £13.99 (ARCHIVE SERVICE) CDA67039  Archive Service  
'La Rue: Missa De Feria & Missa Sancta Dei genitrix' (CDH55296)
La Rue: Missa De Feria & Missa Sancta Dei genitrix
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55296  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'Lancaster and Valois' (CDH55294)
Lancaster and Valois
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'Machaut: The Mirror of Narcissus' (CDA66087)
Machaut: The Mirror of Narcissus
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'Masters of the Rolls' (CDH55364)
Masters of the Rolls
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'Music for the Lion-Hearted King' (CDH55292)
Music for the Lion-Hearted King
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'The Castle of Fair Welcome' (CDH55274)
The Castle of Fair Welcome
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'The Earliest Songbook in England' (CDH55297)
The Earliest Songbook in England
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55297  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'The Emma Kirkby Collection' (CDA66227)
The Emma Kirkby Collection
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'The Garden of Zephirus' (CDH55289)
The Garden of Zephirus
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'The Marriage of Heaven and Hell' (CDH55273)
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
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'The Medieval Romantics' (CDH55293)
The Medieval Romantics
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'The Service of Venus and Mars' (CDH55290)
The Service of Venus and Mars
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'The Service of Venus and Mars' (GAW21238)
The Service of Venus and Mars
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'The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 1' (CDH55281)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 1
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55281  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 2' (CDH55282)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 2
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55282  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 3' (CDH55283)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 3
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55283  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 4' (CDH55284)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 4
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55284  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 5' (CDH55285)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 5
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'The Study of Love' (CDH55295)
The Study of Love
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'The Voice in the Garden' (CDH55298)
The Voice in the Garden
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55298  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 1' (HYP12)
The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 1
HYP12  Super-budget price sampler — Deleted  
'The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 2' (HYP20)
The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 2
HYP20  2CDs Super-budget price sampler — Deleted  
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A la douçour de la bele seson (Gace Brulé)
Ab ora summa nuncius (Anon)
Abide, I hope (Anon)
Ad cantus letitie (Anon)
Ad honorem salvatoris (Anon)
Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys (Dufay)
Adieu mon amoreuse joye (Binchois)
Agnus Dei (Anon)
Agnus Dei: Qui pius est factus (Anon)
Alma polis religio / Axe poli cum artica / Tenor / Contratenor (Porta)
Alma redemptoris mater (Anon)
Amor mi fa cantar a la Francesca (Anon)
Amoreux suy (Binchois)
Amors m'art con fuoc am flama (Anon)
Amour m'a le cuer mis en tel martire (Anthonello de Caserta)
Amours me fait desirer (Machaut)
Amours n'ont cure de tristresse (Francus de Insula)
Anglia, planctus itera (Anon)
Astio non morì mai (Andreas de Florentia)
Ave Maria (Anon)
Ave parens/Ad gratie/AVE MARIA (Anon)
Ave, generosa (Hildegard of Bingen)
Ave, virgo, gratia plena (Anon)
Avrai je ja de ma dame confort? (Anon)
Ay las! quant je pans (Anon)
Ay! doloureux (Binchois)
Beata Dei genitrix (Dunstable)
Beata mater (Dunstable)
Belle sans per (Matteo da Perugia)
Benedicamus Domino: Spiritus almi (Anon)
Biauté qui toutes autres pere (Machaut)
Cantu miro (Anon)
Ce jour de l'an (Cordier)
C'est force, faire le weil (Machaut)
Chanterai pour mon coraige (Guiot de Dijon)
Clangat tuba (Anon)
Columba aspexit (Hildegard of Bingen)
Comment qu'a moy lonteinne (Machaut)
Confort d'amours (Anon)
Congaudet hodie celestis curia (Anon)
Copiose caritatis (Anon)
Credo (Anon)
Credo (Pycard)
Dame, de qui toute ma joie vient (Machaut)
Dame, je sui cils / Fins cuers dous / Fins cuers dous (Machaut)
Dame, mon cuer en vous remaint (Machaut)
De ce que fol pense (Molins)
De la virge Katerine/Quant froidure/Agmina milicie/AGMINA (Anon)
Deduc, Syon, uberrimas (Anon)
Degentis vita / Cum vix artidici / Tenor / Contratenor (Anon)
Dentro en el vergel moriré (Anon)
Deo gracias, Anglia, redde pro victoria!  First line to The Agincourt Carol (Anon)
Descendi in ortum meum (Johannes de Lymburgia)
Dindirín, dindirín (Anon)
Divino maduit (Anon)
Donna pos vos ay chausida (Anon)
Donnez, signeurs (Machaut)
Dueil angoisseux (Binchois)
Dulcia dona redemptoris (Anon)
Dum transiret Jhesu Christi  Part 5 of Pange lingua 'The story of the Salve regina' (Anon)
Ecce ciphus ponderosus  Part 3 of Pange lingua 'The story of the Salve regina' (Anon)
En ce gracieux tamps joli (Jacob de Senleches)
En cest mois de May (Anon)
En esperant (Anon)
En Katerina solennia / Virginalis concio / SPONSUS AMAT SPONSUM (Byttering)
En la maison Dedalus (Anon)
En non Dieu/Quant voi la rose/NOBIS (Anon)
Entra Mayo y sale Abril (Anon)
Etas auri reditur (Anon)
Exultavit cor in Domino (Anon)
Exultemus et letemur (Anon)
Festa januaria (Anon)
Fist on, dame (Anon)
Flos floriger (Anon)
Flos in monte cernitur (Anon)
Fortune, faulce, parverse (Matheus de Sancto Johanne)
Generosa Jesse plantula (Anon)
Gloria (Cooke)
Gloria (Power)
Gloria (Pycard)
Gospel 'In illo tempore' (Anon)
Gratissima virginis/Vos qui admiramini/Gaude gloriosa/Contratenor (Vitry)
Hac in anni ianua (Anon)
Hac in die Gedeonis (Anon)
Harto de tanta porfía (Anon)
Hec dies quam fecit Dominus (Anon)
Il me convient guerpir (Anon)
Il m'est avis qu'il n'est dons de nature (Machaut)
In natali novi regis (Anon)
In nigrorum monachorum  Part 2 of Pange lingua 'The story of the Salve regina' (Anon)
In occasu sideris (Anon)
In salvatoris / Ce fu en tres douz tens / In veritate / VERITATEM (Anon)
Inter usitata/Inter tot et tales/TENOR (Anon)
Inviolata genitrix / Felix virgo / Contratenor / Ad te suspiramus (Machaut)
Invocantes Dominum / Psalm 'Deus, qui venerunt' (Anon)
J'atendray tant qu'il vous playra (Dufay)
J'ayme bien celui (Fontaine)
Je chevauchai (Richart de Semilli)
Je demande ma bienvenue (Haucourt)
Je la remire, la belle (Anon)
Je languis d'amere mort (Anon)
Je m'en vois/Tels a mout/OMNES (Anon)
Je ne chant pas/Talens m'est pris/APTATUR/OMNES (Anon)
Je ne puis / Par un matin / Le premier jor / IUSTUS (Anon)
Je requier a tous amoureux (Dufay)
Je voel servir plus c'onques mais (Velut)
Je vueil vivre au plaisir d'amours (Anon)
Jerusalem accipitur (Anon)
Jerusalem se plaint et li pais (Huon de St Quentin)
Jerusalem! grant damage me fais (Anon)
Jesu fili virginis (Anon)
Jesu fili/Jesu lumen/JESU FILI VIRGINIS (Anon)
Jesu, fili virginis (Anon)
Joieux de cuer en seumellant estoye (Solage)
Jour a jour la vie (Anon)
Kyrie 'Deus creator omnium'  Movement 1 of Missa Caput (Anon)
Kyrie 'Deus creator omnium'  Movement 1 of Missa Veterem hominem (Anon)
La bella malmaridada (Gabriel de Texerana)
La grant biauté (Anon)
La pena sin ser sabida (Vincenet du Bruecquet)
Laissiés ester (Velut)
L'amours dont sui espris (Blondel de Nesle)
Las, que me demanderoye (Lebertoul)
Latex silice (Anon)
Laus detur multipharia (Anon)
Le basile (Solage)
Le souvenir de vous me tue (Morton)
Letetur celi curia (Anon)
Li nouviauz tanz (Chastelain de Couci)
Los sospiros no sosiegan (Encina)
Luget Rachel iterum (Anon)
Lullay, lullay (Anon)
Luto carens et latere (Anon)
Ma dame, trop vous mesprenés (Charles the Bold)
Ma joie me semont (Blondel de Nesle)
Ma seul amour et ma belle maistresse (Briquet)
Magnificat secundi toni (Binchois)
Mais qu'il vous viengne a plaisance (Anon)
Marticius qui fu (Anon)
Mater ora filium (Anon)
Mi libertad en sosiego (Encina)
Mi querer tanto vos quiere (Enrique)
Mira fuit quam videbat  Part 4 of Pange lingua 'The story of the Salve regina' (Anon)
Missa Caput (Anon)
Missa De Feria (La Rue)
Missa Sancta Dei genitrix (La Rue)
Missa Veterem hominem (Anon)
Missus Gabriel de celis (Anon)
Mon cuer me fait tous dis penser (Dufay)
Mon seul voloir / Certes m'amour (Cesaris)
Mout souvent/Mout ai esté en dolour/MULIERUM (Anon)
Mundus vergens (Anon)
Musicorum collegio/In templo Dei/TENOR (Anon)
Ne je ne dors (Dufay)
Ne reminiscaris, Domine (Peñalosa)
Nessun ponga sperança (Landini)
Novus miles sequitur (Anon)
O Ecclesia (Hildegard of Bingen)
O Euchari (Hildegard of Bingen)
O ignis spiritus (Hildegard of Bingen)
O Jerusalem (Hildegard of Bingen)
O levis aurula! (Anon)
O presul vere civitatis (Hildegard of Bingen)
O regina seculi/Reparatrix Maria (Anon)
O sponsa Dei electa (Anon)
O viridissima virga (Hildegard of Bingen)
Ochi dolenti mie (Landini)
Omnis terra/Habenti dabitur/TENOR (Anon)
Pange lingua … Comitis (Anon)
Pange lingua 'The story of the Salve regina' (Anon)
Pange lingua, cor letare  Part 1 of Pange lingua 'The story of the Salve regina' (Anon)
Pange melos lacrimosum (Anon)
Par un matinet/Hé, sire!/Hé, bergier!/EIUS (Anon)
Pas de tor en thies pais (Machaut)
Pascha nostrum (Anon)
Passe el agoa (Anon)
Pater de celis Deus (La Rue)
Per la ver'onestà (Andreas de Florentia)
Per seguir la sperança (Landini)
Plaindre m'estuet (Lantins)
Plaisance, or tost (Pykini)
Plus bele que flors / Quant revient / L'autrier jouer / FLOS FILIUS EIUS (Anon)
Plus j'ay le monde regardé (Morton)
Por las sierras de Madrid (Peñalosa)
Pour vous servir (Anon)
Precor te, Domine Jesu Christe (Peñalosa)
Presul nostri temporis (Pérotin)
Pues serviçio vos desplaze (Enrique)
Puis qu'autrement ne puis avoir (Anon)
Puisque ma damme / Je m'en voy (Regis)
Pura, placens/Parfundement plure/TENOR (Anon)
Purgator criminum (Anon)
Quam pulchra es (Pyamour)
Quand je ne voy (Machaut)
Quando i oselli canta (Anon)
Quando la stella (Giovanni da Cascia)
Quant la douce jouvencelle (Anon)
Quant voi la fleur nouvele (Anon)
Quant voi l'alouete/Diex! je ne m'en partiré ja/NEUMA (Anon)
Quant voi le douz tans / En mai / [Immo]LATUS (Anon)
Que pourroit plus (Morton)
Quel fronte signorille in paradiso (Dufay)
Qui le sien vuelt bien maintenir (Brollo)
Quiconques veut d'amors joïr (Anon)
Regali ex progenie (Fonteyns)
Regis cuius potentia (Anon)
Renouveler me feïst (Anon)
Resonet, intonet (Anon)
Riches d'amour (Machaut)
Rose, lis, printemps, verdure (Machaut)
Salve mater Domini / Salve templum gratie (Sturgeon)
Salve regina (Anon)
Salve regina (Anon)
Sancta Maria (Peñalosa)
Sancta Maria virgo (Anon)
Sanctus (Anon)
Sanctus (Power)
Sanctus (Soursby)
Se la belle (Binchois)
Se vous scaviez, ma tres douce maistresse (Cesaris)
Sequencia sancti Evangelii secundum Marcum  First line to Gospel 'In illo tempore' (Anon)
Singularis laudis digna (Anon)
Sofrir m'estuet et plus non puis durer (Paolo da Firenze)
Soit tart, tempre, main ou soir (Anon)
Sol sub nube latuit (Anon)
Sospitati dat egrotos (Anon)
Speciosa facta es (Dunstable)
Stella maris illustrans omnia (Anon)
Summum regem honoremus (Anon)
Super te Ierusalem/Sed fulsit virginitas/PRIMUS TENOR/DOMINUS (Anon)
Tant doucement me sens emprisonnes (Machaut)
Te Deum (Anon)
The Agincourt Carol (Anon)
Ther is no rose of swych virtu (Anon)
To many a well (Anon)
Tota pulcra es, amica mea (Johannes de Lymburgia)
Tres bonne et belle (Machaut)
Tres gentil cuer (Solage)
Trois sereurs/Trois sereurs/Trois sereurs/PERLUSTRAVIT (Anon)
Trop plus / Biauté paree / Je ne suis (Machaut)
Un chant novel (Guibert Kaukesel)
Va t'en, mon cuer, avent mes yeux (Reyneau)
Va t'ent souspir (Grossin)
Venit dilectus meus (Anon)
Ver pacis apperit (Anon)
Verbum patris umanatur O O (Anon)
Veri vitis germine (Anon)
Vetus abit littera (Anon)
Vexilla regni prodeunt (Anon)
Virgo plena gratie / Virgo plena gratie / [VIR]GO (Anon)
Yo creo que n'os dió Dios (Gabriel de Texerana)
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