Refine

Fiction or Non-fiction
Pick one or more filters
Language
Pick one or more filters
Publication date range
Genre
Pick one or more filters
Author
Pick one or more filters
Composer
Pick one or more filters
Artist
Pick one or more filters
Series
Pick one or more filters
Publisher
Pick one or more filters

8 results found for 'Magdala'

Filter on

Sort by

CD

Magnificat : Beautiful & calming choral music

Contains:
  • 1. Magnificat (tone iv) / Jacobus Clemens non Papa
  • 2. Salve regina / Jean Richafort
  • 3. Surrexit pastor bonus / Jean Lhéritier
Publisher:
Classical Communications Ltd, 2009
CD

A gift for a King : Music for Henry VIII

Contains:
  • 1. Congregati sunt / Philippe Verdelot
  • 2. Quousque non reverteris pax / Claudin de Sermisy
  • 3. Alma redemptoris mater / Anoniem
Publisher:
Classical Communications Ltd, 2009
CD

Gothic : sacred and secular music from Gothic Britain

Contains:
  • 1. Greensleeves / Henry VIII (koning van Engeland)
  • 2. Pastime with good company / Henry VIII (koning van Engeland)
  • 3. Consort / Henry VIII (koning van Engeland)
Publisher:
Classical Communications, 2003
CD

Sanctus : sacred choral music from the middle ages to the renaissance

Contains:
  • 1. Sherborne Missal - Crowland Gradual. Introit : Gaudeamus omnes / David Skinner
  • 2. Missa Tecum principius / Robert Fayrfax
  • 3. Sherborne Missal - Crowland Gradual. Ecce virgo concipiet / David Skinner
Genre:
Publisher:
Classical Communications, 2005
CD

Solace : Music for quiet meditation

Contains:
  • 1. Gaudeamus omnes / Anoniem
  • 2. Kyrie IV, "Cunctipotens genitor Deus" / Anoniem
  • 3. Gloria IV, "Cunctipotens genitor Deus" / Anoniem
Publisher:
Classical Communications Ltd, 2012
CD

Magna carta : music of medieval England

Contains:
  • 1. Ther is no rose of swych vertu / Anoniem
  • 2. Hail Marye ful of grace / Anoniem
  • 3. Now may we syngyn / Anoniem
Publisher:
Gift Of Music, 2015

Magdala on Wikipedia

Magdala (Aramaic: מגדלא, Magdala, meaning "tower"; Hebrew: מגדל‎, Migdal; Arabic: المجدل, al-Majdal) was an ancient Jewish city on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, 3 miles (4.8 km) north of Tiberias. In the Babylonian Talmud it is known as Magdala Nunayya (Aramaic: מגדלא נוניה, meaning "Tower of the Fishes"), and which s…

Read more on Wikipedia
Magdala