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Christopher Page introduces and directs a programme of medieval music performed by Gothic Voices. Anon Festa januaria; Quand voi le douz tens; Plus bele queflors; Bryd one breere; Doleo super te; Descendi in ortum meum
Jacob de Senleches En ce gracieux temps
Machaut Tant doucement; Comment qu 'a moy lonteine Solage Joyeux de cuer
10.45 Tony Scotland reads from Boccaccio's
10.55 Anon Quiconques veut d'amours joir
Machaut C'est force, faire Francesco Landini Per seguir la speranca
Paolo Tenorista Sofrir m 'estuet
Machaut Sejesouspir parfondement
Solage Le basile de sa propre nature
Anon Degentis vita/Cum vix artidici


Unknown: Anon Festa
Unknown: Jacob de Senleches
Unknown: Solage Joyeux
Unknown: Anon Quiconques
Unknown: Francesco Landini Per
Unknown: Tenorista Sofrir
Unknown: MacHaut Sejesouspir
Unknown: Anon Degentis

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