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8 thoughts on “ Anonymous: Gaudete, gaudete - Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen (3) - A Renaissance Christmas (CD, Album)

  1. The Boston Camerata, under the direction of Joel Cohen, recorded a version of Gaudete entitled "Gaudete, Gaudete" for the album A Renaissance Christmas. In it was recorded by the female vocal group Mediæval Bæbes as part of their No. 2 selling classical recording Salva Nos and also on their Christmas themed recording Mistletoe and Wine.
  2. Gaudete Anonymous, Clifton Cathedral Choir, Joel Cohen • A Baroque Christmas. Merry Christmas Baby - Remastered Lou Rawls • Merry Christmas Baby. Victoria: O magnum mysterium Tomás Luis de Victoria, Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen • A Renaissance Christmas.
  3. Artist: The Boston Camerata Title Of Album: A Renaissance Christmas Release Date: Location: USA Label: Elektra / Asylum / Nonesuch (9 ) Genre: Classical, Renaissance Quality: FLAC | lossless (tracks+.cue+covers) Length: min Tracks: 25 Total Size: MB (+5%) WebSite: Home Page Tracklist: 01 - Nowell- Dieus Vous Garde 02 - Gaudete, Gaudete.
  4. Dec 31,  · A Renaissance Christmas Joel Cohen Holiday ; Listen on 2 I. Rejoice, Rejoice: Gaudete, gaudete By Anonymous 3 II. Behold the Handmaiden: Reading: Luke I, E la don don By Anonymous - Joel Cohen, Boston Camerata & Edmund Brownless 6 II. Behold the Handmaiden: Two Fantasies on "Une jeune fillette" Released on: January 01,
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Renaissance Christmas - Boston Camerata, Joel Cohen on AllMusic - - The Boston Camerata 9/
  6. The CD of this album is available to purchase at ArkivMusic. Drawing from the vast treasury of Christmas music of the 15th, 16th, and early 17th centuries, A Renaissance Christmas presents a collection of juxtapositions: pop and art music, seriousness and wit, and spirituality and jest all peacefully coexist here, as befits the holiday season.
  7. This CD is reissued by ArkivMusic. Notes and Editorial Reviews Drawing from the vast treasury of Christmas music of the 15th, 16th, and early 17th centuries, A Renaissance Christmas presents a collection of juxtapositions: pop and art music, seriousness and wit, and spirituality and jest all peacefully coexist here, as befits the holiday season.

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