University of Maryland Madrigal Ensemble, chamber recital, December 13, 1968

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University of Maryland Madrigal Ensemble
A Miracle Play (adapted from The Coventry Pageant and The Wakefield Second Shepherds' Pagent) (Grentzer, Rose Marie, arr.); O Sacrum Convivium (Marenzio, Luca); Ave Maria (Victoria, Thomás Luis de); A Child is Born in Bethlehem (Scheidt, Samuel); Pavana (Gibbons, Orlando); A Toy (Anonymous); Mal Sims (Farnaby, Giles); The Duchesse of Brunswick's Toye (Anonymous); Daunce (Anonymous); Qui Practlitus Diceris (Dufay, Guillaume); Allmande (Visee, Robert de); Trio Sonata in C Major (Quantz, Johann J.); Beata Progenis (Power, Leonel); Edi Beo Thu Hevene Quene (Anonymous); Weihnachtslied (Praetorius, Michael); Es Ist Ein Ros' Entsprungen (Praetorius, Michael); Jeanette Isabella (Anonymous); Carol of the Twelve Days (Anonymous). Instrumentation: chorus; soprano; alto; tenor; baritone; recorder; flute; treble viol; bass viol; portativ organ; harpsichord; guitar; lute; crumhorn; percussion
University of Maryland (College Park, Md.). School of Music
Performing Arts, Music; Classical music; Art music, Western; Choral music; Vocal music; Instrumental music
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