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  • Audio CD (July 10 2007)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hyperion
  • ASIN: B000PKG540
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1. Mal Mariee
2. Dansse Real
3. Canso
4. La Tierche Estampie Roial
5. Chanson De Toile
6. La Quarte Estampie Royal
7. Pastourelle
8. Canso
9. Volez Oir La Muse Muset?
10. Chanson De Toile
11. La Prime Estampie Royal
12. Alba

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Chants de trouvères et troubadours (Anonymes, Manuscrit du Roi, Gaucelm Faidit, Bernart de Ventadorn, Colin Muset, Guiraut de Bornelh) / Duo Trobairitz (Faye Newton, soprano & chifonie - Hazel Brooks, vielle & récitant)

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HASH(0x9e07478c) out of 5 stars Old becomes the real new. June 30 2013
By Lost in Siberia - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The troubadour and trobairitz (female troubadour) tunes of the high middle ages in the new interpretations of the last decade or two offer pleasantly refreshing sounds, genuine newness, in this era of canned, bombastic, callous noise. Clear, direct, graceful voices, not banged around by ruthless rhythms and the tyranny of compulsive percussion, instead celebrate the aches, pangs, melancholies, mercies, of affections and desires unrequited, passions unfulfilled or too restrained by necessity, consummations deferred, or gone awry, the merry play and complex but refined torments of lust and love both within and against the hierarchies of society and metaphysics . . .

The Duo Trobairitz are Faye Newton, soprano, and Hazel Brooks on the vielle or medieval violin. They bring a splendid balance, a Goldilocks-preferred middle of not too hot and not too cold, of restraint and spontaneity, elevated and down to earth.