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In the Mode: May 18, 2014

May 18, 2014

Most surviving music up to about the 12 century is church music, they had scribes writing it down, but of course people were singing outside church then as always. There is not much information about their music, but we do know a bit about the wandering Goliards, then minstrels or jongleurs, then the troubadors and trouveres. 

CD TITLE                                          PERFORMER                                   CD NUMBER

The Pleasures of the Royal Courts     Early Music Consort of London        NONESUCH 71326
Touz Esforciez                                   Ensemble Syntagma                           Pierre Vernay 704041
Rememberance                                   Ensemble Syntagma                           Challenge 72190
Music of the Crusades                        Early Music Consort of London        London 430 264