minstrel: Period music...

Debra Grove Debra=Grove%SSD_FINAID%MSCD at Bansrvr3.mscd.edu
Tue Mar 14 11:08:17 PST 2000

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Um, I think that perhaps Lord Barak did not see this other post concerning 
this topic?

You wrote:
>From: Emil Stecher <gwrgi at yahoo.com>, on 3/14/00 11:30 AM:
> >echoing through the valley.
> > Gaudete, gaudete, chritos es natos, ex maria virgene, gaudete.
> > That was one of the most amazing moments of my life. 
>Interesting. All that talk about period music and your Kodak moment is 
courtesy of >Pentangle?
>                         Barak Raz
>                        (Emil M Stecher)
>                       (gwrgi at yahoo.com)  

However, Lady Adelaide (forgive me if I have given you the wrong title) had 
already commented:

>From: Lisa and Ken Theriot <lnktheriot at compuserve.com>, on 3/14/00 10:03 AM:
>Ekaterina wrote:
> Gaudete, gaudete, 
>[Gaudete, from Piae Cantiones (Finland, 1582)
>New Oxford Book of Carols]

A modern group may make use of an old song (do not we all?) but that does not 
make it a modern song.


"I do not resent growing older - many are not granted that privilege."

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