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13915 Burnet Road, Suite 402
Austin, TX 78728
United States

(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. 

In dulci jubilo: Early Music of the Season

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In dulci jubilo: Early Music of the Season

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In dulci jubilo: Early Music of the Season


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About this musical offering...

The Advent and Christmas seasons have been wonderful sources of inspiration for composers and poets for centuries. Some of the most memorable and iconic works in the history of music have been created to honor the spirit of Christmas. As we looked at the cultural antecedents of our own musical traditions, we found wonderful examples of distinctive seasonal works brought to us by immigrants from across Europe who enriched our sonic milieu. We celebrate this diversity of musical ritual for Advent through the New Year from c.1300-c.1900 with our own style, in our own musical language, inspired by those who came before.

Recorded live December 9–11, 2016* & December 8–10, 2017 at First English Lutheran Church and First Presbyterian Church, Austin, TX. Jay Norwood, engineer.

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Enjoy these audio samples from In dulci jubilo:

The Performers
Special Guest:Therese Honey, harps 
(*2016 Only; +2017 only; solos in parentheses by track number)

David Lopez, baritone (10)
+Hannah McGinty, soprano(13)
Marcus McGuff, flute (13)
+Brad Merrill, bass
*Tim O’Brien, baritone (4)
+Josh Peters,percussion
*Stephanie Prewitt, alto
+Stephanie Raby, vielle & bass viol (13)
Susan Richter, alto & recorders
Meredith Ruduski, soprano (3)
*Lisa Solomon, soprano
Jenifer Thyssen, soprano (7, 14, 16)
John Walters, mandolin, vielle, & bass viol
*Gil Zilkha, bass (10)

Brett Barnes, baritone  (4, 10, 13, 15)
Cayla Cardiff, mezzo-soprano  (5)
Bruce Colson, vielle & violin (13)
*Tom Crawford, alto
+Rebecca Frazier-Smith, alto
Don Hill,tenor
Scott Horton, lutes & guitar
Jenny Houghton, soprano
Daniel Johnson, tenor
Eric Johnson, bass (10)
Jeffrey Jones-Ragona, tenor  (15)
+Morgan Kramer, bass
Robbie LaBanca, tenor
Sean Lee, alto (10, 13)
*Jane Leggiero, bass viol