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Machaut: Songs From Le Voir Dit [Hyperion: CDA67727]

The Orlando Consort , Guillaume de Machaut , None Audio CD

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7. Puis quen oubli [1'45]
8. Quant Theseus / Ne quier veoir [6'56]
9. Se pour ce muir [7'27]

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This is an important and rewarding disc that any lover of Medieval music will want to own. --IRR, Nov'13

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Plourés dames - Dame, se vous n'avez aperceü - Ne que on porroit - Sans cuer dolens - Longuement me sui tenus "Le lay de Bon Esperance" - Dis et sept, cinq - Puis qu'en oubli... / The Orlando Consort

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3.0 out of 5 stars A boon for specialists 11 Jan 2014
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This is stylistically assured work, but you have to like white voices singing endless melismas in medieval French. The verse is about love, but it all sounds remote and pious. Medievalists will think me ignorant, and I confess I am. I'll watch Tout Les Matins du Monde as a pleasurable act of penance.
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