I’m planning to focus this year’s Medieval Christmas on 15th century English carols. I may have to make a 15th century houpelande and chaperon. Four of them are from the Trinity Roll, at Trinity College, Cambridge, MS. O. 3. 58, from about 1420.
Alamire made an excellent recording of these carols.
|Nova, Nova||15th century English||Choir on chorus, solo on verses|
|Salutation Carol||15th century English||Choir on chorus, solo on verses|
|Coventry Carol||15th century English||4 part|
|This Endris Night||15th century English||Unison, 15 verses, Harp|
|There is no rose of such virtue||Trinity Roll||2 part|
|Now may we syngyn||Trinity Roll||2 part|
|Nowel sing we now||Trinity Roll||2 part|
|What tidings bringest thou messenger?||Trinity Roll||2 part|