Today's show is a survey of medieval music from the 11th-early 15th centuries, including performances by Sequentia, Ensemble Gilles Binchois, and Austin's own Texas Early Music Project!
- Responsory Vidi Speciosam (chant). Performed by the Monks of Norcia.
- Dulce solum natalis patrie from Carmina Burana (13th century Germany). Performed by Texas Early Music Project. Recorded live in performance in May, 2018.
- 11th century France: Trope: O si gereus, Introit Statuit ei dominus, Organum Graduel Posuisti domine. Performed by Ensemble Gilles Binchois.
- Philip the Chancellor (13th century France): Luto carens et latere. Performed by Sequentia.
- From the Codex Calixtinus of Santiago de Compostela (12th century Spain): Ad superni regis decus, Jocundetur et letetur. Performed by Sequentia.
- Oswald von Wolkenstein: Ave mater O Maria. Performed by Ensemble Leones.
- From the Cantigas de Santa Maria (13th century Spain): Des oge mais quer' eu trobar, Pera toller gran perfia, Non pod ome pela Virgen, Como poden per sas culpas. Performed by Hana Blazikova (soprano, harp, and direction), Barbora Kabatkova, soprano, harp and psaltery, Margit Ubellacker, dulce melos, & Martin Novak, percussion.
- Closing music: Congaudeant catholici from the Codex Calixtinus of Santiago de Compostela. Performed by Sequentia.