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January 2016

The Oxford Trobadors perform original pieces and songs inspired by the beautiful and haunting traditional medieval music of the Trobadors. Filmed in the Holywell Music Room, Oxford on Saturday 23rd January 2016.

Tracklist: (for easier access to individual tracks, please watch the Youtube version)

Part One:
0m03s – Lo Boier (The Herdsman) 
3m55s – Nadau ta Baptista (Christmas for Baptiste)
9m31s – Quan vei la lauzeta mover
12m44s – Arron d’Aimar (After Love)
19m33s – La Sestina (The Sextine)
25m05s – Molt m’es bon e bell (I find it very good and beautiful)
29m39s – L’aiga de la Dordonha (Waters of the Dordogne)
34m35s – Amarilli, mia bella
38m25s – Lo Leberon (The Werewolf)

Part Two:
43m29s – Kembang Suling
53m26s – Mmiezz’o’ ggrano
58m35s – Quan lo riu de la fontana (Waters of the Fountain)
1h03m09s – Nulhs hom non pot d’amor gandir
1h06m15s – L’autrier jost’una sebissa
1h08m16s – Accarezzame
1h13m40s – Torna a Surriento (Come back to Sorrento)
1h17m54s – Los de qui cau (Those who must)
1h21m39s – Immortela (the Edelweiss) – 
1h24m56s – The Trobadors introduced and thanked

1h28m28s – Sarang Hae (Traditional Korean Song)
1h30m50s – Se Canta (It’s Singing)
1h33m55s – End Credits – Immortela (the Edelweiss)

The Oxford Trobadors are:
Ray Noble – Tenor/guitar/composition
Rossella Bondi – Soprano
Denis Noble – Baritone/guitar
Chris Britton – Flutes
Bryan Vaughan – Guitar/composition
Keith Fairbairn – Percussion
Valerie Findlay – Cello

Sponsored by The Music of Life

Concert recorded and produced by Voices from Oxford:
Director of Voices from Oxford – Dr Sung Hee Kim
Project Manager – Ian Hodgson
Production Co-ordinator – Carolina Pantalone
Production Assistant – Kei Tachikawa
Camera Operators – Isadora Barefield, Nick Corrigan, Alexander Hull