Flos Florum

Flos Florum

Flos Florum

Sacred and Spiritual Music in the Early Florentine Renaissance

L’Homme Armé

Director Fabio Lombardo

Music by G.Dufay, Gherardello, F.Landini, Gratiosus da Padova


Ave verum

Francesco Landini (c.a 1325-1397)
Kyrie (Questa fanciull’amor)

Guillaume Dufay (1397?-1474)
Alma redemptoris mater
Mirandas parit haec urbs
Ave maris stella
Vergine bella
Flos florum

Francesco Landini
Angelica beltà

Guillaume Dufay
Balsamus et munda cera

Gherardello da Firenze (c.a 1320-c.a 1365)
Agnus Dei

Guillaume Dufay
Supremum est mortalibus

Ensemble: 2 sopranos, 2 tenors

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