Iuchair — Pérotin: The Scottish Source
Using all–new editions created directly from the sources, Iuchair perform both the most well–known and some of the most seldom–performed pieces of the thirteenth–century Notre Dame school of polyphony, all supposedly composed by two men: Léonin and Pérotin.
By reimagining the performance of this repertory in a manner never before heard, Iuchair unearth a rare glimpse into the possible performance practice associated with the only British source of this music, W1 from St Andrews Priory in Scotland, and the confusing creation of the repertory, rooted not in literacy and traditional composition, but an oral culture of music in the medieval period, spanning both Britain and continental Europe.
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