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TitleComposerPerformer/EnsembleUpload DatePlayDownload
Belle qui tiens ma vieAnon (France, 1588), arr. Thoinot Arbeau (1519-1595), arr. Daniel RippeDaniel RippeAug 2 2014
The Third Tune for Archbishop Parker's PsalterTallis, Thomas (c. 1505 - 1585) - arranged by Daniel RippeDaniel RippeAug 2 2014
Sans frayeurCharpentier, M.A.Amphion Galant: Margaret Carpenter, soprano; Anthony Harvey, lute/theorboJul 16 2014
Leçons de Ténèbres - Daleth Couperin, FrançoisL'Académie du Roi SoleilJul 16 2014
Recelos, CuidadosJuan HidalgoAna Maria DiazJul 11 2014

Selection of early music from EMA Members

TitleComposerPerformer/EnsembleLengthPlayDownload
Pie Jesu from the RequiemFaure, GabrielAmanda Jane Kelley3:23
Man is for a woman madePurcell, HenrySonja Bruzauskas, mezzo - Ars Lyrica Houston1:52
Verbum caro factum estPhilippe RogierFolger Consort with ORPHEUS and PIFFARO6:33
Pièces a Une Viole du Premier Livre (1686): ii. FantasieMarin MaraisNew Comma Baroque1:36
Sonn, Mond und Sterne from Deutsche Sprüche von Leben und Tod (1606)Leonhard LechnerCrescendo Vocal Ensemble and Crescendo Chorus directed by Christine Gevert1:05

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