Anonymous 4: An English Ladymass - Medieval Chant and Polyphony (APE)
Anonymous 4: An English Ladymass - Medieval Chant and Polyphony (APE)

Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1
Format: APE (image+cue)
Label: Harmonia Mundi
Size: 207 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: no

01. Prosa: Gaude virgo salutata (chant)
02. Polyphonic song: Edi beo thuu, hevene quene
03. Introit: Salve mater redemptoris/Salve lux langentium/Salve sine spina/Salve sancta parens enixa
04. Motet: Lux polis refulgens/Lux et gloria
05. Kyrie: Kyria christifera
06. Gloria
07. Motet: Spiritus et alme/Gaude virgo salutata
08. Song: Miro genere
09. Gradual: Benedicta et venerabilis
10. Alleluia: Alme iam ad gaudia/Alme matris dei/Alleluya per te dei
11. Sequence: Missus Gabriel de celis
12. Prosa: Gaude virgo gratiosa (chant)
13. Polyphonic song: Salve virgo virginum
14. Offertory: Felix namque (chant)
15. Sanctus & Benedictus
16. Sequence/Song: Jesu Cristes milde moder
17. Agnus dei: Virtute numinis
18. Communion: Beata viscera (chant & song)
19. Rondellus: Flos regalis
20. Chant setting: Ite missa est
21. Hymn: Ave maris stella

Ruth Cunningham, Marsha Genensky, Susan Hellauer, Johanna Rose

An English Ladymass

This is one of my favorite albums. I had it on a cassette years ago, and I am delighted to have it on CD. The Anonymous 4 are one of the best groups I know for medieval chant. If you loved the Monks of Santo Domingo, you will be very satisfied with this album.


  1. Welcome back . The break obviously did you good .
    You’re on top form . Thank you for the Ladymass and
    for the Britten .

  2. Whatever! Thank you VERY MUCH for your generosity! I would give you all my classical (collection 1400 Cds) if not for the cost of shipping it…

    You have a small barrel of beer on me – promised!

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