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Nowell synge we bothe al and som

Nowell synge we bothe al and som

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  • Veni, O sapientia
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Veni, O sapientia

    02:51
    $2.40
  • Angelus ad virginem
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Angelus ad virginem

    03:06
    $2.40
  • Alma redemptoris mater: As I lay
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Alma redemptoris mater: As I lay

    02:29
    $2.40
  • Gaude virgo salutata / Gaude virgo singularis / Virgo mater comprobaris / Ave gemma caeli luminarium
    Composer(s) John Dunstaple
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Gaude virgo salutata / Gaude virgo singularis / Virgo mater comprobaris / Ave gemma caeli luminarium

    04:37
    $2.40
  • Nowell, nowell, nowell
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Nowell, nowell, nowell

    03:53
    $2.40
  • Ave regina caelorum
    Composer(s) John Cooke
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Ave regina caelorum

    02:14
    $2.40
  • In natali novi regis
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    In natali novi regis

    02:38
    $2.40
  • Alleluya: A nywe werk is come on honde
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Alleluya: A nywe werk is come on honde

    03:50
    $2.40
  • Mervele not, Joseph
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Mervele not, Joseph

    04:13
    $2.40
  • Edi be thu, heven queene
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Edi be thu, heven queene

    04:03
    $2.40
  • O sapientia
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    O sapientia

    00:45
    $2.40
  • Ave regina caelorum
    Composer(s) Walter Frye
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Ave regina caelorum

    02:36
    $2.40
  • Lullay, lullay: Als I lay
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Lullay, lullay: Als I lay

    09:31
    $4.80
  • Ecce, quod natura
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Ecce, quod natura

    03:43
    $2.40
  • Ave rex angelorum
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Ave rex angelorum

    04:11
    $2.40
  • Gloria
    Composer(s) Queldryk
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Gloria

    02:12
    $2.40
  • Ther is no rose of swych virtu
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Ther is no rose of swych virtu

    03:06
    $2.40
  • Benedicite Deo
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Benedicite Deo

    04:11
    $2.40
  • Sanctus
    Composer(s) Leonel Power
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Sanctus

    04:14
    $2.40
  • Resonet, intonet
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Resonet, intonet

    02:02
    $2.40
  • Nowell synge we bothe al and som
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Nowell synge we bothe al and som

    01:59
    $2.40
  • Puer natus est nobis
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Puer natus est nobis

    00:59
    $2.40
  • Nowell: Owt of your slepe
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Nowell: Owt of your slepe

    01:23
    $2.40
  • Cantate domino
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Cantate domino

    00:41
    $2.40
  • Nowell: Now man is bryghter
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Gothic Voices

    Nowell: Now man is bryghter

    01:25
    $2.40

Total running time: 76 minutes.

Album information

Gothic Voices’ reputation for the originality of its programming is cemented with its first recording of mediaeval Christmas music, in which Julian Podger reimagines a fifteenth-century carol evening. 

Mirroring the modern practice of performing mostly music from the preceding centuries alongside some contemporary repertoire, the programme includes late medieval English carols, chant, mono- and polyphonic songs and motets for the Advent and Christmas season, focusing on Mary, her Annunciation and the birth of Jesus. Larger-scale festive motets and mass movements by English late mediaeval celebrities John Dunstaple and Leonel Power also feature.

The ‘evening’ concludes with a summons to wake up to the significance of Christmas, with the conductus call Resonet, intonet introducing the carols Nowell synge we bothe al and som and Nowell: Owt of your slepe and the great Christmas chant Puer natus est nobis, arranged here into a joyful finale. This recording has been widely anticipated since a performance of this repertoire in December 2016 was chosen by BBC Music Magazine as its number one unmissable Christmas event.