Mignarda: Where There Is Charity and Love

If video is not visible on WP Reader….please view At Sunnyside “This beautiful and familiar hymn is one of the antiphons for the washing of feet on the Mandatum (Maundy Thursday). Its text is attributed to Paulinus of Aquileia in 796. The traditional chant melody probably also stems from the late 8th century.” lutesongs According…

Dante Gabriel Rossetti: My Lady Greensleeves

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“Bergell Mountains” and Mignarda’s “Bist du bei mir”

Bist du bei mir (Are You With Me?) Formerly attributed to J. S. Bach, the popular air is now firmly attributed to Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel, from his opera Diomedes, oder die triumphierende Unschuld, which is known to have been performed in Bayreuth on November 16, 1718. Recorded live at Immaculate Conception Church, Cleveland, OH by…