Music from the time of Martin Luther

C'est a grand tort - soprano, lute - Sermisy (c. 1490-1562)

Allemand and Nachtanz - dancers, ensemble - Susato (d.ied c. 1564)

Baissez moi - soprano, baritone, sacbut, krummhorn, rebec, recorder - Josquin des Pres (c. 1440-1521)

Mille regretz - tenor, bass and great bass recorders, gamba - Josquin

Scaramella - ensemble - Josquin

Jocose Song for Louis XII - ensemble - Josquin

Mijn hert altijt - vocal trio, recorders, gamba - Pierre de la Rue (c. 1460-1518)

Ain niederlandisch runden Dantz - dancers, lute - Neusidler (c. 1508-1563)

Ein niderlendisch Tentzlein - dancers, lute, hirtenschalmei trio - Judenkuenig (c. 1460-1526)

Schafertanz - organetto, bass krummhorn, recorder, lute - Susato

Ronde - recorders (tenor, bass, great bass, contra bass) - Susato

Ic draghe de mutse clutse - rebec, alto and bass krummhorns, recorder - Obrecht (1450-1505)

Mij heeft een piperken - ensemble - Laurentius (?)

Sephardic Song: Una matica de ruda - soprano, recorder, bells, rebec - Anon. (c. 1500)

Maria zart - soprano, lute - Schlick (died c. 1527)

Dichter and Singer - tenor - Hans Sachs (1494-1576)

Ein feste Burg - three settings - Walther (1496-1570)
1. zink, sacbut, tenor shawm, gamba
2. tenor, soprano
3. tenor recorder, zink, sacbut, singers

Psalm CXIX, beati immaculati - Walther

Beati immaculati in via, Utinam dirigantur viae meae, Benedictus es Domini, Inclina cor meum, Eructabunt labia mea hymnum
(Written for the dedication of the newly built chapel of the Castle Martenfels in Torgau.
This was the first church built by the Lutherans: October 5, 1544.)

Moresca: Chichilichi-Cucurucu - krummhorn trio - da Nola? (16th century)

Erhalt uns Her - Walther
Verse 1 - choir, tenor recorder, zink, sacbut
Verse 2 - soprano, lute, sacbut, bass recorder
Verse 3 - choir, lute, sacbut, zink, tenor recorder

Chorale Parodies: Christ ist erstanden
Chorale
Parody 1 - Christ ist erstanden
Parody 2 - Martinus hat gerateen - Ingolstatt (1570)

Chorale Parodies: In dulci jubilo
Chorale - recorders
Parody 1 - In dulci jubilo, Heidelberg (1524)
Parody 2 - Martin Luthers Jubilo - (c. 1625)

Psalm XCII from Souterliedekens - Clemens non Papa (c. 1510-c. 1557)

soprano, baritone, soprano recorder, alto krummhorn, sacbut, gamba

Three Branles from the early 16th century:
Branle des Lavandieres
Branle called Pease
Branle called Aridan

German Popular Song Settings - Senfl (c. 1488-1543)
Im Maien - vocal quartet, garklein and soprano recorders, alto krummhorn, gamba
Wann ich - Es taget - Ach Elslein

German Folk Music from the Fifteenth Century:
All mein gedencken - gemshorn
Mit ganzem willen - vocal quartet, sacbut, gamba, bells
Ich var dahin - baritone, ensemble
Es fuer sin pauer - ensemble


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