Orlando Consort - Machaut: Fortune's Child - Four young English singers were invited to tour Great Britain in 1988 by the Early Music Network. The group that resulted, the Orlando Consort, has become one of the most accomplished of it's type, performing an extremely broad repertoire of vocal music largely from, but not limited to, the twelfth to fifteenth centuries. The fourteen songs on this album chart the miseries and ecstasies of love, as Machaut depicts the suffering of the lover turned on Fortune's wheel. Quisquis amat taliter, volvitur in rota.
Orlando Consort - Machaut: Fortune's Child - Four young English singers were invited to tour Great Britain in 1988 by the Early Music Network. The group that resulted, the Orlando Consort, has become one of the most accomplished of it's type, performing an extremely broad repertoire of vocal music largely from, but not limited to, the twelfth to fifteenth centuries. The fourteen songs on this album chart the miseries and ecstasies of love, as Machaut depicts the suffering of the lover turned on Fortune's wheel. Quisquis amat taliter, volvitur in rota.
034571281957

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Format: CD
Label: HYP
Rel. Date: 04/27/2018
UPC: 034571281957

Machaut: Fortune's Child
Artist: Orlando Consort
Format: CD
New: Available $19.98
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DISC: 1

1. Gais Et Jolis 5:19
2. Dous Amis, Oy Mon Complaint 5:50
3. Dame, Je Vueil Endurer 2:40
4. Trop Plus Est Bele / Biauté Paree de Valour / Je Ne Sui Mie 1:52
5. Douce Dame, Tant Com Vivray 3:11
6. Dou Mal Qui M'a Longuement 2:59
7. Comment Puet on Miex Ses Maus Dire 3:53
8. Dame, Vostre Dous Viaire 5:36
9. HÉ! Mors! / Fine Amour / Quare Non Sum Mortuus 2:26 1
10. Dame, Mon Cuer Enportez 5:15 1
11. Riches D'amour 5:18 1
12. Helas! Pour Quoy Virent / Corde Mesto / Libera Me 3:16 1
13. Puis Que Ma Dolour Agree 6:42 1
14. Honte, Paour, Doubtance 6:12

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Orlando Consort - Machaut: Fortune's Child - Four young English singers were invited to tour Great Britain in 1988 by the Early Music Network. The group that resulted, the Orlando Consort, has become one of the most accomplished of it's type, performing an extremely broad repertoire of vocal music largely from, but not limited to, the twelfth to fifteenth centuries. The fourteen songs on this album chart the miseries and ecstasies of love, as Machaut depicts the suffering of the lover turned on Fortune's wheel. Quisquis amat taliter, volvitur in rota.