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  • The Orlando Consort
    Mundi USA and Keda Records Currently we are recording exclusively for Hyperion Records Our defining project is to record the entire corpus of Machaut s chansons though we will also be recording other repertoire Here is our discography Songs from Le Voir Dit Mantra Scattered Rhymes Medieval Christmas The Rose the Lily the Whortleberry Antoine Busnois The Toledo Summit Extempore II The Call of the Phoenix Food Wine Song Josquin

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    visits to France Holland Belgium Germany Italy Sweden Poland the Czech Republic Estonia the USA and Canada South America Singapore Japan Greece Russia Austria Slovenia Portugal and Spain The Consort s impressive discography for Saydisc Metronome Linn Deutsche Grammophon and Harmonia Mundi USA includes a collection of music by John Dunstaple and The Call of the Phoenix which were selected as Early Music CDs of the Year by Gramophone Magazine in 1996 and 2003 respectively their CDs of music by Compère Machaut Ockeghem Josquin Popes and Anti Popes Saracen and Dove and Passion have also all been short listed Their 2008 release of Machaut s Messe de Notre Dame and Scattered Rhymes an outstanding new work by the young British composer Tarik O Regan and featuring the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir was short listed for a BBC Music Magazine Award The Dart of Love January 2015 is their second recording in a series for Hyperion exploring the polyphonic songs of Guillaume de Machaut the first release Le Voir Dit was selected by New York Times critics as one of their favourite classical CD releases of 2013 Their most recent release is their second disk dedicated to the music of Loyset

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    Jaap Van Benthem Missa de Plus en plus University of Utrecht Johannes Ockeghem c 1420 1497 was one of the most important composers of the C 15th writing masses motets and chansons and 1997 marked the 500th anniversary of his death For our first record with Deutsche Grammophon we chose to dedicate a whole record to rescuing him from a somewhat arid reputation as a writer of theoretical masses Hence the inclusion of several of his chansons and the Missa De Plus en Plus probably the most soloistic and virtuosic of his masses We are familiar with much of the repertoire of the C 15th through concerts and through recordings most notably that of Loyset Compere and Passion and we endeavour to underscore the links between contemporary singers and their original counterparts One of the ways of doing this is through underlining those pieces which refer to other singers and composers the other is through sketching in the social context where Ockeghem s primary role would have been that of a singer rather than a composer Dust and Ashes This programme combines medieval and modern to present a Requiem for the centuries Works by Dufay Josquin and Brumel contrast with modern works by Gabriel Jackson and Elizabeth Liddle but the eras are united by a common lament for war and death This began as a project for the BBC in which we would create mix of medieval and contemporary music interspersed with readings to create a distinctive and idiosyncratic Requiem Robert Hardy the renowned actor has lent his services to both the original recording broadcast on Radio 3 February 1997 and to concerts Works which are performed include the Brumel Requiem and Dufay s Lamentatio along with new works by Jackson and Liddle Philippe de Vitry and the Ars Nova Renowned in the fourteenth century as a poet and mathematician it is for his crucial role in the development of musical form and notation that the Frenchman Philippe de Vitry is best remembered This programme explores his highly complex and volatile motets contrasting them with works by his famous successor Machaut The Good the Fearless and the Bold Songs from the Court of Burgundy During the fifteenth century the court of Burgundy was the most powerful and rich political domain on the continent of Europe This was reflected bya magnificent cultural opulence here demonstrated by the works of Vide Grenon Binchois and Ockeghem Alleluia Nativitas A Medieval Christmas A devotional celebration of medieval Christmas music spanning four centuries that also illustrate the development of rhythmic and harmonic structure Included in the programme is Perotin s Viderunt Omnes the first known four part piece and some of the earliest English carols Venecie Mundi Splendor Venice is most famous musically for the Gabrielis Venetian Ceremonial Music 1320 1420 and Monteverdi but this programme shows the rich heritage from which their compositions derived The sparkling virtuosic music of Ciconia Romano and others reflects the material wealth and political successes of the Venetian doges

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    thought by such modern luminaries as Clarissa Dickson Wright Roz Denny Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray Sara Paston Williams Jean Christophe Novelli and Félix Velarde It makes the perfect gift From Food Wine Song Music Feasting in Renaissance Europe Harmonia Mundi USA 907314 Preceding Dudley Phillips A track from our first collaboration with Perfect Houseplants based on a conductus Vetus abiit litera The old law passes away Authenticity was hardly our aim here though we certainly tried to embrace improvisation in the same way that medieval singers and musicians did From Extempore Linn Records CKD 076 Glory be Glory be to God on high Mark Lockheart b 1961 A composition for a collaboration with Perfect Houseplants a British jazz group that takes as its starting point the Mass as it might have been celebrated in the 15th century The mass movement takes as its model the most famous of fifteenth century secular tunes the L Homme Armé tune From Extempore II A Modern Mass for the Feast of St Michael Harmonia Mundi USA 907319 Scattered Rhymes Part Two by Tarik O Regan with the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir conducted by Paul Hillier This is from an album which combines ancient and modern in the form of Machaut s famous Messe de Notre Dame the first complete setting of the ordinary of the mass and a selection of contemporary pieces by Gavin Bryars and Tarik O Regan The Orlando Consort has consistently championed new music and commissioned several new pieces as a way of reflecting on different compositional practices and challenging audience assumptions From Scattered Rhymes Harmonia Mundi USA 807469 Salve Raga by Donald Greig From our most recent disk an exploration of the historic meeting of two musical cultures When the Portuguese missionaries arrived in Goa in the sixteenth century rather than simply imposing their music on the local inhabitants they invited them to bring their own instruments and join in what must surely have been the very first example of crossover music The Orlando Consort has developed an understanding of over six hundred years of music that we could scarcely have envisaged when we took our first tentative steps in 1988 Twenty one years later we can look back over twenty one recordings and more than five hundred concerts and discover a musical development and an appreciation of medieval music that derives from performing this vast and complex repertoire This brief selection offers a history of medieval music There are many ways to write such a history dependent in the first instance on the materials at hand Given that there are still key repertoires that we have yet to record the selection is inevitably limited Nevertheless this collection presents a valid picture of medieval music that offers us certain identifications with the past most notably a sort of imaginary communion with the original performers who were more often than not also the original composers Nowhere is the overlap between composer and performer more evident than in improvised music The

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    question about repertoire or performance practice we may want to use it in our Q A section To submit a question for us to consider please click here We have representatives in many countries and would be happy to pass on details Please contact us initially at angus orlandoconsort com Matthew Venner Countertenor matt orlandoconsort com Mark Dobell tenor mark orlandoconsort com Angus Smith tenor angus orlandoconsort com Donald Greig

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    massive debt of gratitude for inviting us to Wellesley We are to be part of her music class this morning singing pieces discussing the basis for our various performance decisions answering questions The students are bright and engaged and they come up with astute questions We head off with Claire and some of her students for lunch then I retire to tinker with a talk about the film project which I duly deliver in the Newhouse Salon A small and friendly audience sitting in comfy chairs quaffing wine with my colleagues sitting on hand ready to deliver musical examples at suitable moments This evening we re rehearsing with Lisa and her Chamber Singers for the performance on Wednesday then it ll be beer and bed More tomorrow Sunday 18 th October Rob has gone flown the coop as it were back to Blighty leaving just the four of us now Matt Mark Angus and me Don Angus and I both have morning agendas Angus to watch Scotland playing Australia in the Rugby World Cup me to go for a long run Matt kindly drives the two of us over to the College Club on Wellesley College campus which will be our home for the next few days I head off into the ridiculously beautiful fall weather and leave Angus to watch the game Two hours later it s all over Scotland have narrowly lost to Australia by one point Cruel Normally we would taunt Angus mercilessly about the loss but it s been a great match and they surely deserved to win The afternoon brings us to a public workshop also attended by the Chamber Singers directed by Lisa Graham There is a fair showing of interested locals and we work on two pieces by Dufay one we performed for the film project the other a four part lament The time flies by and then it s a workshop with just the Chamber Singers who have prepared three English pieces Angus has carefully chosen the repertoire and it works perfrectly for the all female group Lisa has coached them so well that I wonder what we can add Inevitably though we make observations and by the end of the session they own these pieces It s a joy to listen to it There s a pizza reception and then Matt and I head off into town for dinner with Lisa and her partner Steve The restaurant is really lovely Asian fusion cuisine served with flair and style and the cocktails beers and wine flow Matt and I feel spoiled and promise to take Lisa and Steve out to dinner in London when they re over in the spring And you can hold us to that Lisa and Steve Saturday 17 th October We re now on our way to Wellesley College for our residency Last night s final concert in New York went really well and after the concert we met with audience members who were really bowled over Miller Theatre have been more than gracious hosts both in providing the best screening conditions we ve yet encountered Congratulations and many many thanks to Brenna and her team Kate Mike Taylor Paul And of course to the redoubtable Melissa Smey Afterwards we meet in the green room and work our way diligently through the hand picked Pale Ales and IPAs Lagunitas Little sumpin sumpin ale Bells Two Hearted Flying Dog Raging Bitch Victory Ale Hop Devil Back at the hotel I realise I haven t eaten anything since 2pm so I buy a tub of rice pudding and tuck in You can t beat comfort food I meet with Rob in the lobby and we head to pick up our hire car Angus and Matt have headed in the opposite direction to retrieve theirs and then it s on the road The weather is once again beautiful and the further north the drive the more stunning the fall colours Rob and I chew the fat generally put the world to rights We go way back and it s great to have the chance to talk about life love music and all the important things that the backstage banter tends to push to one side We arrive at our hotel around 2 45pm because Autoroute directs Rob and I to a non existent address Finally we find the hotel then it s a quick turnaround and onto campus Finally I get to meet Isabel Fine the concert manager She and I have been exchanging emails for nearly two years now getting the details right talking business and it s a joy to meet in person It s Claire Fontijn the Chair of the Music Department who has invited us but we don t get to meet till after the performance Before then it s the usual faff with technical equipment one of the Blu Ray players refuses to work but everything is safely resolved in time for the performance Houghton Chapel is the perfect venue wide spacious and the audience are full of praise We de rig as fast as possible and Rob heads straight back to the hotel He has to get up at 4am to get to Logan for his flight home so we hug and wish him on his way Then Claire the four Orlandi Lisa Graham the director of the Chamber Singers with whom we re working tomorrow head to meet up with Robert Aubry Davis and Patty at the John Harvard pub Robert is a force of nature Patty his brilliant high powered lawyer wife Mark misheard high powered as iPod so within the group she will henceforth be our iPod lawyer Robert runs Millennium of Music a highly respected long running series on Sirius about early music Earlier he and I had conducted a radio interview on our most recent release of music repertoire by Loyset Compère Robert knows everything About everything Most importantly right now he knows that we need to get our feet under a table with beer on it The conversation flows thick and fast as does the ale and we somehow get onto astrology Those who profess to believe in these things brilliantly fail to get any of our star signs right and the debate rages on into the car park There s massive sense of relief particularly for me I live in constant fear of the technical equipment failing in the performance and we have now successfully negotiated four in a row on this trip Tomorrow Sunday sees us running workshops teaching and building towards a lunchtime concert on Wednesday Maybe it s the beer maybe it s the relief maybe it s the exhaustion but I m happy as Larry Who was Larry by the way I bet Robert Aubry Davis knows Friday 16 th October Bright and slightly cooler than yesterday it s a clear and beautiful day There is much talk about Alastair Cook England cricket captain and ex chorister from St Paul s where Matt is a Vicar Choral who has scored a double hundred against Pakistan Our sage judgement that the game will be a draw is to be borne out I have seen a copy of the New Yorker which describes our project as a radical solution a live accompaniment provided by the singers who will perform sacred works from the early fifteenth century by Dufay Billart and others some of which young Joan who never missed a Mass may actually have heard The picture to the left shows an advert for the project in the same magazine It s back to our familiar hotel unpacking and then back up to Miller Theatre I won t get a chance to write now till tomorrow when we re on the road once more Thursday 15 th October Angus and Matt head downtown to pick up our van rental We re to drive to Union College in Schenectady for another performance tonight A lovely day again and the journey should take us about two and a half hours Only rental car places being what they are Matt and Angus have to wait about an hour Thank you Dollar and we eventually get on the road later than anticipated Oh and the van we had booked doesn t exist so we end up with a smaller vehicle Matt sets the Sat Nav for the heart of the sun as do I and for a while there s a combative dialogue between the two Turn right Turn left Turn right and then left You have taken a wrong turning We fill up with gas thanks again Dollar and we re on our way Slowly Angus lives in the slow lane when it comes to driving so best just to settle back and catch up on some admin We ve been following the cricket so there is a certain amount of discussion about the current Test Match between England and Pakistan which we all confidently predict will be a draw Watch this space We drive through the dappled sunshine the further north we go the more vibrant the colours of the fall foliage and arrive in Schenectady in time to grab quick lunch While checking in Rob mishears the 60s hit playing in the lobby as Secret Asian Man this as Mark points out a mondagreen look it up The actual song is entitle Secret Agent Man and was the signature tune of Danger Man a British TV series in the 60s but Rob s mishearing lends it a brilliant new twist We meet with Derek Delaney and an outside team of audio visual experts The screen is suitably large and the image crisp but the shape of the faces are wrong We rehearse and finesse a few corners then everyone else head back to the hotel I bond with the technical team over aspect ratios and finally Jeanne appears in all her glory The venue is Memorial Chapel and the acoustic is warm and generous The setting is perfect and when darkness falls the movie looks great As is often the case the audience is moved and surprised that a silent film can be so engaging Derek very kindly has organised to take us to a bar and restaurant called Beer Abbey where the search for the perfect IPA continues We are the first of his very interesting season and we talk about the business music generally and politics I guess you could describe our politics as liberal though there are varying degrees of engagement amongst us and in our experience most concert promoters are Democrats Derek fills us in on the upcoming primaries and the possible outcome next year He tells us that Schenectady is a Native American word that means the place beyond the pines and that the film of the same name with Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper was shot in the area I remember that I d written something about it on my blog when it came out Tired and feeling all the better for the very fine beer we head back to our hotel Tomorrow New York again Wednesday 14th October My waking thought is to solve the technical conundrum that has haunted us since our rehearsal yesterday The problem was that not all of us were hearing the occasional pitch cues through our earpieces These are more for the audience than us Banging a tuning fork and humming a note is distracting and our aim is to keep our presence to a minimum during the performance So every ten minutes or so usually after a silence we hear a note to cue us for the next piece Mark has duly bought the new splitter and we re confident that it will work Only it doesn t It can t be the splitter so we decide it must be faulty extension leads There isn t time though to check that as we re off to dinner with Melissa and Brenna so we head uptown We meet at a lovely informal Italian restaurant Cocktails beer and red wine flow and the immediate issue of our sound problem thankfully fades as if someone is operating a fader somewhere Hearty pastas huge steaks Melissa s dogs will benefit from the remains of these fresh antipasti and desert for those with a sweet tooth Matt and I contribute to the conviviality the only tense moment being a disagreement between those of us who love the Firestone Union Jack IPA and those who find it medicinal Rob As Rob is given to vaunting the medicinal value of beer I m slightly confused We tumble out into an unseasonably balmy evening and wend our way back to the hotel happy and grateful Awake the next morning the first thing I do is reassemble the sound set up I quickly identify two faulty extension leads Yay It all works My next appointment is with Anne Stone a professor at CUNY graduate school She it was who helped us with the second Machaut disk The Dart of Love though Yolanda Plumley professor at Exeter University was always on hand to help so it s really a joint effort We go way back the we being both the group and me personally She will be coming to the Friday performance and over breakfast in a diner we catch up It s a beautifully ironic New York scene like something out of a Woody Allen movie a musicologist and an amateur geek talking about manuscripts while tucking into the staple American breakfast of eggs sunnyside up hash browns bacon toast and coffee Anne immediately understands my excitement at seeing for the first time the letter that Dreyer sent to Gaumont in 1956 where he outlines his objections to Lo Duca s addition of Baroque music to his film And why did he choose music from an epoch much later than Jeanne s To complete the New York experience I head off for a run in Central Park I know us Brits bang on about the weather but it s glorious an azure sky speckled with small clouds As I run my Ipod feeds me appropriate tracks and I compose a montage in my head the New York skyline the Metropolitan Museum of Art people taking their lunch on the steps the Guggenheim a crowd of wiseass fifth graders applauding me as I ru n a sprinkler casting hazy rainbows across my path I run through it all in slow motion Back to the room warming up emails and I head off to Miller Theatre for our first performance butterflies dancing in my stomach I ve noticed that we re up against Steely Dan on Friday one of my favourite bands I wonder if my colleagues would mind if I didn t turn up I arrive and set up before everyone else arrives It s easier to do it this way slowly and methodically put everything in place and test it out It all works and from the audience we re hardly visible Certainly all of the equipment is hidden Classy My colleagues arrive in dribs and drabs Matt too went for a run He s doing a 10k next month which is the exact distance of the perimeter of Central Park Angus has spent much of the time working Rob woke early and has struggled to catch up on sleep in the meantime and Mark also had a run this time in the hotel One never quite winds down on a day like today however hard one tries We run through the opening of the film practising our stagecraft and then there s time to fill before the gig Many have brought sandwiches and I realise that a salad at 2pm isn t going to see me through But I ll be distracted Dressed and in the wings there s a special feeling So much has been leading up to this and the house is full We take our bow assemble our kit and the lights come down I press the remote our monitor springs into life and we begin to sing From now on its total concentration for 98 minutes And there s a strange relief to it All the nerves all the worry disappear we re on a journey and there ain t no stopping us now Five minutes in and it s all going well the synching of our guide track and the film proper is in place now it s heads down And when we finally come off afterwards we know we ve done a good job Melissa and Brenna are delighted and the friends and colleagues who came along to support it are genuinely impressed And moved I didn t know it was going to be that sad is overheard We disassemble the equipment and retire to the green room where extensive research has gone into the post concert libations Bells Two Hearted Ale Smuttynose IPA and several other fine alternatives We swap stories and finally relax A job well done Tuesday October 13 th The day dawns early for all of us I wake at 5 and am relaxed enough to think that seven hours is plenty and as a result I fall asleep for a further hour I meet Mark at breakfast who wasn t as lucky as me a reversal of our usual patterns But then he has a bouncing baby boy so any sleep is welcome for him He s chatting with a Danish family and I m tempted to ask them to teach me how to pronounce the Danish title of the film Jeanne d Arcs lidelse og død A friend of mine who lives in Denmark has promised to send me a recording so I can learn to say it myself but on the spot coaching is far better Miller Theatre is 40 blocks north and being Brits most of us walk I m lugging around various pieces of technical equipment so

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    in time the buildings feel rather dated and preserved And there are some excellent street characters the many homeless people who have sensibly worked out that if one has to spend most of one s life outside you can do worse than head for a place that lays claim to 300 days of sunshine per year Later in the afternoon Don Matt and I went to see the new Tarantino flick at the cinema We made up about half of the audience which makes you wonder how the old movie theatre makes ends meet but I have to say I really enjoyed the film It s silly and violent in equal measure exactly what you would expect from Tarantino Afterwards we went for a beer and a bite and then home to pack Tues 12th January Today we left Santa Barbara and headed back down the coast to LA for a flight to Sacramento Both cars got stuck in traffic following an accident on the main route Angus and I took a very scenic detour with the sea on the right and the mountains on the left but still got held up in bad traffic in Malibu Nonetheless we had all been cautious enough that we made our plane with ease After a short flight to Sacramento we were met by driver Mike who ferried us to Davis our home for the next four days Here we are to give a concert of music by Cipriano da Rore for a colloquium of academics as well as taking part in some lectures and workshops and a Joan of Arc concert to finish on Friday But with the afternoon and evening open to us we pursued our individual leisure activities In your correspondent s case this involved hauling his creaking carcass onto a treadmill for a while Don had a quiet night in and the other four of us ventured out for an Indian meal Indian cuisine in America has not always been a huge success in my experience but this was a decent effort if not quite up to the curry houses we take for granted in the UK Rob and I rounded the evening off by squeezing in a pint at the Beer University a pub with 60 impressive taps Wed 13th January I awoke to a brighter day and set out to explore Davis A short wander from our hotel took me to the Davis Arboretum through which I strolled to the main campus The campus is large and nestles up against the town which seems to me to give students here the best of both worlds You don t often get to refer to a university s arboretum either It still managed somehow to rain on me during my walk one could easily forget we were still in California If I thought the campus was impressive nothing could have prepared me for the concert hall The Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts is about 12 years old and it is no exaggeration to call it a world class facility We had been scheduled to sing in the smaller Vanderhoef Studio Theater but gratifyingly we had outsold it so were moved into the main Jackson Hall This is an enormous 2000 seat space with beautiful light wood panelling I am told from redwoods dragged from the bottom of lakes and a magnificent acoustic Our little concert felt rather small in the surroundings in which you could easily stage grand opera We had a lengthy rehearsal to brush up our de Rore We do not often perform an entire programme almost exclusively devoted to one composer to be precise we did sing one piece by Lassus and one by Jacquet de Mantua as well as a new composition inspired by a de Rore madrigal and it is a mixed blessing On the one hand one really has the chance to immerse oneself in the style of the composer but on the other it can be a challenge to imbue the music with sufficient variety to make the concert interesting In this case we were also performing to some of the world s leading specialists in this music who all no doubt knew the music inside out So no pressure then I was also concerned because it was an 8pm concert which would mean that I would be on stage past the time I had been falling asleep the previous few days In the event I am pleased to report the concert a great success We acquitted ourselves well got our teeth round the Italian and received very pleasant feedback from the gathered academics and other audience members We even had time to debrief in the Davis Beer Shop afterwards Thurs 14th January A much colder day today I can t help feeling the weather gods want to prepare me for winter back home This morning we took part in the Cipriano de Rore conference as guinea pigs in a debate between two scholars Ross Duffin and Jeffrey Levenberg on tuning systems If that sounds dry and a bit complicated then you have the right idea I won t go too far into the specifics except to say that Ross Duffin was arguing for a system of Just Temperament and Jeffrey Levenberg for Mean Temperament in the music of the period of Cipriano de Rore To be honest I felt like a total ignoramus being a humble practising musician who doesn t have any qualification whatsoever in music theory I didn t even really know my diatonic semitones from my chromatic semitones ha In any case it was interesting to watch these two arguing against one another both nobly committed to their principles I am not going to declare a winner either sorry After that we were treated to a lunchtime concert of music by you guessed it Cipriano de Rore performed by the University s Early Music Ensemble numbering 20 or so and a consort of five viols It was

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    having a history lesson mixed in with a wonderful concert the programme This Scepter d Isle touches upon all the Kings in Shakespeare s history plays We were kindly looked after by Susan Marchant and her team at Pittsburg State and we re especially grateful to Susan for driving us to the airport at an ungodly hour this morning We re in the middle of a long travel day today Mark noting that we ve been in three States already and that s before breakfast with one more to go But we know it s going to be worth it as we re meeting up with Jeff McLelland on old friend and supporter of the group in Birmingham Alabama We ve a rehearsal with Jeff and his choir when we arrive then no doubt we ll retire to a local hostelry to catch up properly Before signing off for the day we d like to wish our friend Richard back in the UK all the best for a speedy recovery Get well soon And not to be outdone Mark too takes up position behind the desk I ll be right with you sir Birmingham As promised Jeff and his team looked after us so well We must have sampled at least five local beers in our short stay Jeff takes his ale even more seriously than us and after the concert we were treated to a wonderful reception in an amazing apartment overlooking the city The concert itself was a real success We shared the stage or rather the grand organ loft with Jeff s fine choir of the Independent Presbyterian Church in Birmingham taking it in turns to perform music from 16th Century France and England It was another new programme for us this time based on that great

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