Olá então !
Recebi hoje esta informação da revista de Música Antiga GOLDBERG :
"Special offer: Codex Calixtinus, The music on the pilgrims' road to Santiago (Magazine Nº30 + set of 4 CDs)
The Codex Calixtinus, a manuscript containing a compilation of texts devoted to the cult of St James that have been attributed to Pope Calixtus II, enjoys an uncontested pre-eminence amongst the music associated with the pilgrims? road to Santiago de Compostela.
The manuscript was produced in the mid-12th century, in an attempt to cater to the needs of worship and pilgrimage in Compostela at that time. Although various versions have survived to this day in a number of different locations, the Compostela copy is the only one to systematically include music and it consists of five books with an appendix containing twenty-two polyphonic settings that have made the Codex Calixtinus a reference work for medieval polyphonic music.
The recording entitled 'Codex Calixtinus', a 4 CD set that was given 5 Stars in our magazine, gathers the virtually complete music found in this manuscript, considered to be the principal body of 12th-century polyphony.
Here at Goldberg we have chosen our magazine number 30, in which Juan Carlos Asensio analyses the Codex Calixtinus and the context in which this manuscript was written, and the set of 4 CDs entitled 'Codex Calixtinus' (5 Stars) to create a Magazine + set of 4 Cds Special Pack about the Codex Calixtinus that will provide you with information about this 12th-century polyphony and enable you enjoy to listening the music compiled for the shrine at Compostela."
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