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2905 San Gabriel Suite 204
Austin, TX 78705
USA

(512) 377-6961

Founded in 1987 by Daniel Johnson, the Texas Early Music Project is dedicated to preserving and advancing the art of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical music through performance, recordings, and educational outreach. 

Paris City Limits: Chansons and Dances by Janequin, Josquin, and Others

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Paris City Limits: Chansons and Dances by Janequin, Josquin, and Others

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Paris City Limits: Chansons and Dances by Janequin, Josquin, and Others

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About this musical offering...
Visit the popular music of Paris from the mid-16th century with chansons portraying scenes of daily life (drinking, the resultant hangovers, marital arguments, romantic friskiness, and more) by composers such as Passereau, Janequin, and Sermisy. We also feature instrumental music of the era, featuring viols, vielles, recorders, and lutes. A couple of rarely heard folk pieces from 15th- & 16th-century France round out the program as TEMP explores the rustic and sophisticated sides of Parisian and French country life. Our friends Bourrée Texane joined us for the 2007 concert! Que la fête commence!

Recorded live September 30, 2006, and October 20, 2007, at First English Lutheran Church, Austin, TX. Jay Norwood, Recording Engineer.

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Enjoy these audio samples from Paris City Limits: 

The Performers (§ 2006 only, ^ 2007 only; solos in parenthesis by track number)

Texas Early Music Project

§ Brett Barnes, baritone
§ James Brown, bass viol
§ Jonathan Brumley, lute (7)
Cayla Cardiff, alto
Rick Gabrillo, baritone
Jim Garrison, percussion
Boel Gidholm, vielle
§ Don Hill, tenor
Robert Honstein, bass
Scott Horton, lute
Jan Jackson, recorders
Daniel Johnson, tenor
Jeffrey Jones-Ragona, tenor (17)
§ Heidi Kaim, soprano
§ Hyun Gu Kang, baritone
^ David Lopez, tenor
^ Katja Mallmann, soprano
Gitanjali Mathur, soprano (3, 6)
Elizabeth Pétillot, alto (6)

 

 

 

 

Stephanie Prewitt, alto (6, 12)
§ Susan Richter, recorders
§ Jonathan Riemer, tenor
Kathlene Ritch, soprano (12, 14, 18, 19)
^ Frank Shirley, recorders
^ Jennifer Smull, bass viol
David Stevens, tenor (18)
§ Stephanie Stuart, vielle
Jenifer Thyssen, soprano (1, 17, 18)
Jennifer Tullis, alto
John Walters, bass viol & vielle
Gil Zilkha, bass
 

Bourrée Texane [BTX] ^

Serge Laîné – voice, dulcitare, hurdy-gurdy, percussion
Heather Gilmer – vielle, crumhorn, voice
Lisa Whatley – fiddle, crumhorn, voice