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Page, Christopher (conductor)
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Christopher Page (conductor)

The founder and director of Gothic Voices, Christopher Page has written innumerable articles on medieval music, instruments and performance practice, and four books: Voices and Instruments of the Middle Ages (1987), The Owl and the Nightingale: Musical Life and Ideas in France 1100-1300 (1989), The Summa Musice: A Thirteenth-Century Manual for Singers (1991), and Discarding Images: Reflections on Music and Culture in Medieval France (Oxford, 1994). In 1990 Dr Page was awarded the Dent Medal of the Royal Musical Association awarded for outstanding services to musicology. Much in demand as a lecturer at home and abroad, from 1981 to 1985 he was Lecturer in Old and Middle English at New College, Oxford, and is now University Lecturer in Middle English Literature at the University of Cambridge where he is a Fellow of Sidney Sussex College. Dr Page is also the Chairman of the National Early Music Association, and also Chairman of The Plainsong and Medieval Music Society as well as co-editor of the journal Plainsong and Medieval Music, published by Cambridge University Press.

Albums

A Song for Francesca
CDH55291Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
A Song for Francesca
GAW21286Last few CD copies remaining
Gothic Voices Gramophone Award Winners Collection
CDS44251/33CDs Boxed set (at a special price)
Hildegard of Bingen: A feather on the breath of God
CDA66039
Jerusalem, Vision of Peace
CDA67039Archive Service
La Rue: Missa De Feria & Missa Sancta Dei genitrix
CDH55296Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Lancaster and Valois
CDH55294Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Machaut: The Mirror of Narcissus
CDA66087Archive Service
Masters of the Rolls
CDH55364Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Music for the Lion-Hearted King
CDH55292Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Castle of Fair Welcome
CDH55274Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Earliest Songbook in England
CDH55297Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Emma Kirkby Collection
This album is not yet available for downloadCDA66227
The Garden of Zephirus
CDH55289Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
CDH55273Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Medieval Romantics
CDH55293Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Service of Venus and Mars
CDH55290Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Service of Venus and Mars
GAW21238
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 1
CDH55281Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 2
CDH55282Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 3
CDH55283Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 4
CDH55284Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Spirits of England & France, Vol. 5
CDH55285Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Study of Love
CDH55295Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Voice in the Garden
CDH55298Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 1
This album is not yet available for downloadHYP12Super-budget price sampler — Deleted
The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 2
This album is not yet available for downloadHYP202CDs Super-budget price sampler — Deleted

Complete works available for download

ANONYMOUS - MEDIEVAL
Ab ora summa nunciuswith Gothic Voices
Abide, I hopewith Gothic Voices
Ad cantus letitiewith Gothic Voices
Ad honorem salvatoriswith Gothic Voices
Agnus Dei: Qui pius est factuswith Gothic Voices
Amor mi fa cantar a la Francescawith Gothic Voices
Amors m'art con fuoc am flamawith Gothic Voices, Margaret Philpot (alto), Robert White (bagpipes)
Anglia, planctus iterawith Gothic Voices, Margaret Philpot (alto)
Ave Mariawith Gothic Voices
Ave parens/Ad gratie/AVE MARIAwith Gothic Voices
Avrai je ja de ma dame confort?with Gothic Voices
Ay las! quant je panswith Gothic Voices
Benedicamus Domino: Spiritus almiwith Gothic Voices
Cantu mirowith Gothic Voices
Confort d'amourswith Gothic Voices
Congaudet hodie celestis curiawith Gothic Voices
Copiose caritatiswith Gothic Voices
Credowith Gothic Voices
De la virge Katerine/Quant froidure/Agmina milicie/AGMINAwith Gothic Voices
Deduc, Syon, uberrimaswith Gothic Voices
Degentis vita / Cum vix artidici / Tenor / Contratenorwith Gothic Voices
Divino maduitwith Gothic Voices
Donna pos vos ay chausidawith Gothic Voices, Emma Kirkby (soprano), Christopher Page (lute)
Dulcia dona redemptoriswith Gothic Voices
En cest mois de Maywith Gothic Voices
En esperantwith Gothic Voices
En la maison Dedaluswith Gothic Voices
En non Dieu/Quant voi la rose/NOBISwith Gothic Voices
Etas auri rediturwith Gothic Voices
Exultavit cor in Dominowith Gothic Voices
Exultemus et letemurwith Gothic Voices
Festa januariawith Gothic Voices
Fist on, damewith Gothic Voices
Flos florigerwith Gothic Voices
Flos in monte cerniturwith Gothic Voices
Generosa Jesse plantulawith Gothic Voices
Gospel 'In illo tempore'with Gothic Voices, Leigh Nixon (tenor)
Hac in anni ianuawith Gothic Voices
Hac in die Gedeoniswith Gothic Voices
Hec dies quam fecit Dominuswith Gothic Voices
Il me convient guerpirwith Gothic Voices
In natali novi regiswith Gothic Voices
In occasu sideriswith Gothic Voices
In salvatoris / Ce fu en tres douz tens / In veritate / VERITATEMwith Gothic Voices
Inter usitata/Inter tot et tales/TENORwith Gothic Voices
Invocantes Dominum / Psalm 'Deus, qui venerunt'with Gothic Voices
Je la remire, la bellewith Gothic Voices
Je languis d'amere mortwith Gothic Voices
Je m'en vois/Tels a mout/OMNESwith Gothic Voices
Je ne chant pas/Talens m'est pris/APTATUR/OMNESwith Gothic Voices
Je ne puis / Par un matin / Le premier jor / IUSTUSwith Gothic Voices
Je vueil vivre au plaisir d'amourswith Gothic Voices
Jerusalem accipiturwith Gothic Voices
Jerusalem! grant damage me faiswith Gothic Voices, Catherine King (soprano)
Jesu fili virginiswith Gothic Voices
Jesu fili/Jesu lumen/JESU FILI VIRGINISwith Gothic Voices
Jesu, fili virginiswith Gothic Voices
Jour a jour la viewith Gothic Voices
La grant biautéwith Gothic Voices
Latex silicewith Gothic Voices
Laus detur multiphariawith Gothic Voices
Letetur celi curiawith Gothic Voices
Luget Rachel iterumwith Gothic Voices
Lullay, lullaywith Gothic Voices, Margaret Philpot (alto)
Luto carens et laterewith Gothic Voices
Mais qu'il vous viengne a plaisancewith Gothic Voices
Marticius qui fuwith Gothic Voices
Mater ora filiumwith Gothic Voices
Missa Caputwith Gothic Voices
Missa Veterem hominemwith Gothic Voices
Missus Gabriel de celiswith Gothic Voices
Mout souvent/Mout ai esté en dolour/MULIERUMwith Gothic Voices
Mundus vergenswith Gothic Voices
Musicorum collegio/In templo Dei/TENORwith Gothic Voices
Novus miles sequiturwith Gothic Voices
O levis aurula!with Gothic Voices
O regina seculi/Reparatrix Mariawith Gothic Voices
O sponsa Dei electawith Gothic Voices
Omnis terra/Habenti dabitur/TENORwith Gothic Voices
Pange lingua … Comitiswith Gothic Voices
Pange lingua 'The story of the Salve regina'with Gothic Voices
Pange melos lacrimosumwith Gothic Voices
Par un matinet/Hé, sire!/Hé, bergier!/EIUSwith Gothic Voices
Pascha nostrumwith Gothic Voices
Plus bele que flors / Quant revient / L'autrier jouer / FLOS FILIUS EIUSwith Gothic Voices
Plus bele que flors / Quant revient / L'autrier jouer / FLOS FILIUS EIUSwith Gothic Voices
Pour vous servirwith Gothic Voices
Puis qu'autrement ne puis avoirwith Gothic Voices
Pura, placens/Parfundement plure/TENORwith Gothic Voices
Purgator criminumwith Gothic Voices, Leigh Nixon (tenor)
Quando i oselli cantawith Gothic Voices
Quant la douce jouvencellewith Gothic Voices
Quant voi la fleur nouvelewith Gothic Voices, Margaret Philpot (alto), Robert White (bagpipes)
Quant voi l'alouete/Diex! je ne m'en partiré ja/NEUMAwith Gothic Voices
Quant voi le douz tans / En mai / [Immo]LATUSwith Gothic Voices
Quiconques veut d'amors joïrwith Gothic Voices
Regis cuius potentiawith Gothic Voices
Renouveler me feïstwith Gothic Voices
Resonet, intonetwith Gothic Voices
Salve reginawith Gothic Voices
Salve reginawith Gothic Voices
Sancta Maria virgowith Gothic Voices
Sanctuswith Gothic Voices
Singularis laudis dignawith Gothic Voices
Singularis laudis dignawith Gothic Voices
Soit tart, tempre, main ou soirwith Gothic Voices
Sol sub nube latuitwith Gothic Voices
Sospitati dat egrotoswith Gothic Voices
Stella maris illustrans omniawith Gothic Voices
Summum regem honoremuswith Gothic Voices
Super te Ierusalem/Sed fulsit virginitas/PRIMUS TENOR/DOMINUSwith Gothic Voices
Te Deumwith Gothic Voices
The Agincourt Carolwith Gothic Voices
Ther is no rose of swych virtuwith Gothic Voices
To many a wellwith Gothic Voices
Trois sereurs/Trois sereurs/Trois sereurs/PERLUSTRAVITwith Gothic Voices
Venit dilectus meuswith Gothic Voices
Ver pacis apperitwith Gothic Voices
Verbum patris umanatur O Owith Gothic Voices
Veri vitis germinewith Gothic Voices
Vetus abit litterawith Gothic Voices
Vexilla regni prodeuntwith Gothic Voices
Virgo plena gratie / Virgo plena gratie / [VIR]GOwith Gothic Voices
ANONYMOUS - RENAISSANCE
Agnus Deiwith Gothic Voices
Alma redemptoris materwith Gothic Voices
Ave, virgo, gratia plenawith Gothic Voices
Clangat tubawith Gothic Voices
Dentro en el vergel moriréwith Gothic Voices
Dindirín, dindirínwith Gothic Voices
Entra Mayo y sale Abrilwith Gothic Voices
Harto de tanta porfíawith Gothic Voices
Passe el agoawith Gothic Voices
ANDREAS DE FLORENTIA (dc1415)
Astio non morì maiwith Gothic Voices
Per la ver'onestàwith Gothic Voices
ANTHONELLO DE CASERTA (fl1390-1410)
Amour m'a le cuer mis en tel martirewith Gothic Voices
GILLES BINCHOIS (c1400-1460)
Adieu mon amoreuse joyewith Gothic Voices
Amoreux suywith Gothic Voices
Ay! doloureuxwith Gothic Voices
Dueil angoisseuxwith Gothic Voices
Magnificat secundi toniwith Gothic Voices
Se la bellewith Gothic Voices
BLONDEL DE NESLE (fl1180-1200)
L'amours dont sui espriswith Gothic Voices, Margaret Philpot (alto)
Ma joie me semontwith Gothic Voices, Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor)
BRIQUET (fl c1420-1420)
Ma seul amour et ma belle maistressewith Gothic Voices
BARTOLOMEUS BROLLO (fl1430-1450)
Qui le sien vuelt bien maintenirwith Gothic Voices
BYTTERING (fl c1410-1420)
En Katerina solennia / Virginalis concio / SPONSUS AMAT SPONSUMwith Gothic Voices
JOHANNES CESARIS (fl1406-1417)
Mon seul voloir / Certes m'amourwith Gothic Voices
Se vous scaviez, ma tres douce maistressewith Gothic Voices
CHARLES THE BOLD (1433-1477)
Ma dame, trop vous mesprenéswith Gothic Voices
CHASTELAIN DE COUCI (c1165-1203)
Li nouviauz tanzwith Gothic Voices, John Mark Ainsley (tenor)
JOHN COOKE (c1385-?1442)
Gloriawith Gothic Voices
BAUDE CORDIER (fl1410-1410)
Ce jour de l'anwith Gothic Voices
GUILLAUME DUFAY (1397-1474)
Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoyswith Gothic Voices
J'atendray tant qu'il vous playrawith Gothic Voices
Je requier a tous amoureuxwith Gothic Voices
Mon cuer me fait tous dis penserwith Gothic Voices
Ne je ne dorswith Gothic Voices
Quel fronte signorille in paradisowith Gothic Voices
JOHN DUNSTABLE (c1390-1453)
Beata Dei genitrixwith Gothic Voices
Beata materwith Gothic Voices
Speciosa facta eswith Gothic Voices
JUAN DEL ENCINA (1468-1529/30)
Los sospiros no sosieganwith Gothic Voices
Mi libertad en sosiegowith Gothic Voices
ENRIQUE (d1488)
Mi querer tanto vos quierewith Gothic Voices
Pues serviçio vos desplazewith Gothic Voices
PIERRE FONTAINE (c1380-c1450)
J'ayme bien celuiwith Gothic Voices
FONTEYNS (fl c1400-1400)
Regali ex progeniewith Gothic Voices
FRANCUS DE INSULA (fl1420-1425)
Amours n'ont cure de tristressewith Gothic Voices
GABRIEL DE TEXERANA (?1480-1528)
La bella malmaridadawith Gothic Voices
Yo creo que n'os dió Dioswith Gothic Voices
GACE BRULÉ (c1160-after 1213)
A la douçour de la bele sesonwith Gothic Voices, Margaret Philpot (alto)
GIOVANNI DA CASCIA (fl 1340-1350)
Quando la stellawith Gothic Voices
ESTIENNE GROSSIN (fl 1418-1421)
Va t'ent souspirwith Gothic Voices
GUIBERT KAUKESEL (fl c1230-1255)
Un chant novelwith Gothic Voices, Emma Kirkby (soprano), Nick Bicat (percussion)
GUIOT DE DIJON (fl1215-1225)
Chanterai pour mon coraigewith Gothic Voices, Catherine King (soprano)
JOHANNES HAUCOURT (fl 1390-after 1416)
Je demande ma bienvenuewith Gothic Voices
SAINT HILDEGARD OF BINGEN (1098-1179)
Ave, generosawith Margaret Philpot (alto), Gothic Voices
Columba aspexitwith Emma Kirkby (soprano), Gothic Voices
O Ecclesiawith Gothic Voices
O Euchariwith Emily van Evera (soprano), Gothic Voices
O ignis spirituswith Gothic Voices
O Jerusalemwith Emma Kirkby (soprano), Gothic Voices
O Jerusalemwith Gothic Voices, Catherine King (soprano)
O presul vere civitatiswith Margaret Philpot (alto), Gothic Voices
O viridissima virgawith Gothic Voices
HUON DE ST QUENTIN (?-?)
Jerusalem se plaint et li paiswith Gothic Voices, Catherine King (soprano)
JACOB DE SENLECHES (fl1378-1395)
En ce gracieux tamps joliwith Gothic Voices
JOHANNES DE LYMBURGIA (fl1400-1440)
Descendi in ortum meumwith Gothic Voices
Tota pulcra es, amica meawith Gothic Voices
PIERRE DE LA RUE (c1452-1518)
Missa De Feriawith Gothic Voices
Missa Sancta Dei genitrixwith Gothic Voices
Pater de celis Deuswith Gothic Voices
FRANCESCO LANDINI (c1325-1397)
Nessun ponga sperançawith Gothic Voices
Ochi dolenti miewith Gothic Voices
Per seguir la sperançawith Gothic Voices
HUGO DE LANTINS (fl 1420-1430)
Plaindre m'estuetwith Gothic Voices
FRANCHOIS LEBERTOUL (fl 1409-?1428)
Las, que me demanderoyewith Gothic Voices
GUILLAUME DE MACHAUT (c1300-1377)
Amours me fait desirerwith Gothic Voices
Biauté qui toutes autres perewith Gothic Voices
C'est force, faire le weilwith Gothic Voices, Andrew Tusa (tenor)
Comment qu'a moy lonteinnewith Gothic Voices, Margaret Philpot (alto)
Dame, de qui toute ma joie vientwith Gothic Voices
Dame, je sui cils / Fins cuers dous / Fins cuers douswith Gothic Voices
Dame, je sui cils / Fins cuers dous / Fins cuers douswith Gothic Voices
Dame, mon cuer en vous remaintwith Gothic Voices
Donnez, signeurswith Gothic Voices
Il m'est avis qu'il n'est dons de naturewith Gothic Voices
Inviolata genitrix / Felix virgo / Contratenor / Ad te suspiramuswith Gothic Voices
Pas de tor en thies paiswith Gothic Voices
Quand je ne voywith Gothic Voices
Riches d'amourwith Gothic Voices
Rose, lis, printemps, verdurewith Gothic Voices
Tant doucement me sens emprisonneswith Gothic Voices
Tres bonne et bellewith Gothic Voices
Trop plus / Biauté paree / Je ne suiswith Gothic Voices
MATHEUS DE SANCTO JOHANNE (fl1365-?1389)
Fortune, faulce, parversewith Gothic Voices
MATTEO DA PERUGIA (d?1418)
Belle sans perwith Gothic Voices
P DES MOLINS (fl 1350-1350)
De ce que fol pensewith Gothic Voices
ROBERT MORTON (c1430-after 13 March 1479)
Le souvenir de vous me tuewith Gothic Voices
Plus j'ay le monde regardéwith Gothic Voices
Que pourroit pluswith Gothic Voices
PAOLO DA FIRENZE (d1419)
Sofrir m'estuet et plus non puis durerwith Gothic Voices
FRANCISCO DE PEÑALOSA (c1470-1528)
Ne reminiscaris, Dominewith Gothic Voices
Por las sierras de Madridwith Gothic Voices
Precor te, Domine Jesu Christewith Gothic Voices
Sancta Mariawith Gothic Voices
PÉROTIN (fl c1200-1200)
Presul nostri temporiswith Gothic Voices
J DE PORTA (?-?)
Alma polis religio / Axe poli cum artica / Tenor / Contratenorwith Gothic Voices
LEONEL POWER (d1445)
Gloriawith Gothic Voices
Sanctuswith Gothic Voices
JOHN PYAMOUR (fl c1418-before March 1426)
Quam pulchra eswith Gothic Voices
PYCARD (fl c1410-1410)
Credowith Gothic Voices
Gloriawith Gothic Voices
Gloriawith Gothic Voices
PYKINI (fl c1364-1389)
Plaisance, or tostwith Gothic Voices
JOHANNES REGIS (c1425-c1496)
Puisque ma damme / Je m'en voywith Gothic Voices
GACIAN REYNEAU (c1370-c1429)
Va t'en, mon cuer, avent mes yeuxwith Gothic Voices
RICHART DE SEMILLI (fl1200-1200)
Je chevauchaiwith Gothic Voices, Margaret Philpot (alto), Christopher Page (lute)
SOLAGE (fl1370-1390)
Joieux de cuer en seumellant estoyewith Gothic Voices
Le basilewith Gothic Voices
Tres gentil cuerwith Gothic Voices
SOURSBY (fl c1430-1460)
Sanctuswith Gothic Voices
[? NICHOLAS] STURGEON (d1454)
Salve mater Domini / Salve templum gratiewith Gothic Voices
GILET VELUT (fl early 15th century-?)
Je voel servir plus c'onques maiswith Gothic Voices
Laissiés esterwith Gothic Voices
VINCENET DU BRUECQUET (dbefore 1480)
La pena sin ser sabidawith Gothic Voices
PHILIPPE DE VITRY (1291-1361)
Gratissima virginis/Vos qui admiramini/Gaude gloriosa/Contratenorwith Gothic Voices

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!  
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  
Ecce ciphus ponderosus  
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  
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'  
Kyrie 'Deus creator omnium'  
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  
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  
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  
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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