In 14th-century Florence, lay religious fraternities began incorporating vernacular ceremonial songs known as laude into their worship. Hear these stirring laude performed along with cheerful dances and polyphonic works in joyous celebration of the season. With vocal ensemble Trio Eos, multi-instrumentalist Christa Patton, and period strings and winds.
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Presented by: Folger Consort
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