Boston Camerata's The Game of Love

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King Fit the Battle of Alabam' - Duke Ellington, arr. Feigenbaum

I'm Building Me A Home - Trad. Spiritual, arr. Trecek-King

Driva Man from We Insist, Freedom Now Suite - Max Roach, arr. Feigenbaum

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Only Love - Martin Luther King, arr.David Horst

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Boston Camerata and Artistic Director Anne Azéma perform medieval music of courtly love in The Game of Love, recorded in concert at First Lutheran Church in Boston on Feb. 12, 2012.

On the program:

Anonymous (13th c.) - Au renouvel du temps que la florette

Anonymous (13th c.) - Lai de la fontenelle (instrumental)

Anonymous (13th c.) - En un vergier

Anonymous (13th c.) - Salterello (instrumental)

Estienne de Meaux (c.1250) - Trop est mes maris jalos

Jehans Erars (?1210-1258?) - Au tems pascour (instrumental)

Moniot d'Arras (fl. 1225) - Ce fut en Mai, au dous tens gai

Guillaum d'Amiens (fl. late 13th c.) - Prendes I garde

Anonymous (13th c.) - Prendes I garde

Colin Muset (ca.1200-1250) - En mai, quant li rossignolez (instrumental)

Anonymous (13th c.) - Margot, Margot

Anonymous (13th c.) - Dances on La jus desouz l'olive; C'est desouz l'olive; Cest la jus par desous l'olive

Anonymous (13th c.) - Tut cil qui sunt enamourat


(image: left to right: Jane Sheldon, Anne, Deborah Rentz-Moore, Shira Kamen; courtesy of Boston Camerata)

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