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In principio omnes 12th cent. Hildeguard of Bingen. Monophonic chant.
puer natus 9th cent. gregorian chant. monophonic.
can vei la lauzeta mover 12th cent. Bernart de Ventedorn. troubadore.
palastinalied 12th cent. Vogelweide. minnesinger.
alleluia justus ut palma 12th cent. Aquatanian. improvised polyphony.
jubilemus exultemus 12th cent. Aquatanian. free organum.
Kyrie 9th cent. gregorian chant. ordinary of the mass.
viderunt omnes 9th cent. gregorian chant. gradual.
non sofre santa maria 13th cent. Leon Castille. cantigas.
viderunt omnes (4 part) 12th cent. Perotin. Notre Dame, quadruplum.
viderunt omnes (2 part) 12th cent. Leotin. Notre Dame, duplum.
quem queritis presepe 10th cent. Trope. liturgical drama at xmas.
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