LES ANGES MUSICIENS

This program features more than twenty instruments represented in medieval iconography, including the vielle, bagpipe, flutes, citole, psaltery, and vihuela. It also highlights the European medieval song in all its diversity. A concert full of surprises and intriguing sounds!

Artists
ENSEMBLE OBSIDIENNE
Emmanuel Bonnardo, vielle, rebec, citole, and blowing horn
Florence Jacquemart, flute and bagpipes
Hélène Moreau, psaltery and percussion

Program
OCCITANIA
Quand ay lo mond consirat (Anonymous Conductus, 13th century)

ITALIE
Venite a laudare (Laud, 12thcentury)
Verbum caro factum est (Laud, 15th century)
La rota (Estampie, 14th century)
Laudiam l’amor divino (Laud, 16th century)

ENGLAND
Lullay Anonymous (Carol, 15th century)
Nova nova (Anonymous Carol, 15th century)

FRANCE
Sol sub nube ( Anonymous Conductus, 13th century)
On doit la mère Dieu honorer (Anonymous Devotional Song)
Vineam, veste nuptiali (Anonymous Rondellus)
Orientis partibus (Anonymous Conductus for the Feast of Fools)

GERMANY
Rex noster promptus est (Hildegard von Bingen)
Procurans hodium (From Carmina Burana, 13th century)
Ecce temps gaudii/Ich was ein chint (Florentine Manuscript/Carmina Burana)

SPAIN
Polorum Regina (Llibre Vermell de Montserrat (Red Book of Montserrat))
A virgen mui groriosa Cantiga (Alfonso el Sabio (Alfonso X, King of Castille, Alfonso The Wise)
Poco le das (Sephardic Song)
Quen a omagen da virgen (Cantiga, Alfonso el Sabio)
Como podem per sas culpas (Cantiga, Alfonso el Sabio)

Sunday, December 2nd 2018 at 2:00pm
Duration: 1 Hrs 30 Min

For tickets and information: www.mbam.qc.ca/en/concerts 514-285-2000

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