Philippe de Vitry Essentials

Philippe de Vitry Essentials

About this playlist

Philippe de Vitry heralded the ‘ars nova’ style of the late medieval period in a famous treatise he supposedly published around 1322. ‘Ars nova’ literally means ‘new art’, and it saw great developments in secular music as well as a new rhythmic complexity and emphasis on expressiveness.

Tracklist

    P. de Vitry
  • Vos quied admiramini - Gratissima viginis species (Arr. Harre-Jones)

    The Orlando Consort

    3:20

  • Impudenter circumivi

    James Bowman, Charles Brett, The Early Music Consort Of London, David Munrow

    3:09

  • P. de Vitry
  • Douce playsence - Garison selon nature (Arr. Harre-Jones)

    The Orlando Consort

    3:13

  • Tuba sacre fidei - In arboris (Arr. Harre-Jones)

    The Orlando Consort

    2:17

  • In nova fert

    Blue Heron

    2:40

  • P. de Vitry
  • Tribum que non abhorruit - Quoniam secta latronum (Arr. Harre-Jones)

    The Orlando Consort

    2:32

  • O canenda vulgo - Rex quem metrorum (Arr. Harre-Jones)

    The Orlando Consort

    2:30

  • Cum statua

    Charles Brett, James Bowman, The Early Music Consort Of London, David Munrow

    2:26

  • P. de Vitry
  • Aman novi probatur - Heu, fortuna subdola (Arr. Harre-Jones)

    The Orlando Consort

    2:28

  • Petre Clemens - Lugentium siccentur (Arr. Harre-Jones)

    The Orlando Consort

    7:07

  • Floret cum vana gloria - Florens vigor (Arr. Harre-Jones)

    The Orlando Consort

    2:33

  • Total playing time

    34:19

Curated by

Guy Jones

Head of Curation

About this playlist

Philippe de Vitry heralded the ‘ars nova’ style of the late medieval period in a famous treatise he supposedly published around 1322. ‘Ars nova’ literally means ‘new art’, and it saw great developments in secular music as well as a new rhythmic complexity and emphasis on expressiveness.

Curated by

Guy Jones

Head of Curation

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