A Renaissance Christmas

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The Boston Camerata is an ensemble of vocalists and instrumentalists specializing in the performance of music from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and early Baroque eras. This title features some works written in Latin for church services and others in the vernacular that are accompanied songs with dance rhythms and folk melodies. Much of the music is a cappella, but there is ample accompaniment on recorder, lute, viols, sackbut and other assorted soft Renaissance instruments. The contrasting vocal colors and instrumental textures weave a brilliant aural tapestry of Christmas enjoyment.
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All Music Guide - MusD
The Boston Camerata is an ensemble of vocalists and instrumentalists specializing in the performance of music from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and early Baroque eras. This title features some works written in Latin for church services and others in the vernacular that are accompanied songs with dance rhythms and folk melodies. Much of the music is a cappella, but there is ample accompaniment on recorder, lute, viols, sackbut and other assorted soft Renaissance instruments. The contrasting vocal colors and instrumental textures weave a brilliant aural tapestry of Christmas enjoyment.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/12/1991
  • Label: Elektra / Wea
  • UPC: 075597913446
  • Catalog Number: 79134

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Joel Cohen Primary Artist, Conductor, Lute, Baritone (Vocal)
Boston Camerata Ensemble
Anne Azema Soprano (Vocal)
Carol Lewis Vielle, Viol
Frank Albinder Bass (Vocal)
Dan Stillman Shawm
Marilyn Boenau Ocarina, Recorder, Xylophone, Dulcian, Shawm
Mack Ramsey Flute, Lute, Pipe, Recorder, Sackbut, Tabor
Edmund Brownless Tenor (Vocal), Readings
Kenneth Fitch Counter Tenor (Vocal)
David Ripley Bass
Jane Hershey Recorder, Viol
Fred Raffensperger Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Roberta Anderson Soprano (Vocal)
Technical Credits
Guillaume Dufay Composer
Michael Praetorius Composer
Tomás Luis de Victoria Composer
Hieronymus Praetorius Composer
Joel Cohen Director, Producer, Liner Notes, translation
Lawrence Rosenwald translation, Text Translation
Bob Stein translation, Text Translation
David Griesinger Engineer
Peter Clancy Producer
Henrietta Condak Art Direction
Jim Shelton Mastering
Giulio Cesare Procaccini Art Direction
Richard Smert Composer
Johannes Galliculus Composer
Spoken Word Composer
Swedish Anonymous Composer
Provençal Anonymous Composer
French Anonymous Composer
Christmas Traditional Composer
Eustache du Caurroy Composer
Johann Walter (i) Composer
Italian Anonymous Composer
Bartomeu Càrceres Composer
Claude Goudimel Composer
Nicholas Martin Composer
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