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The Pippins perform primarily at SCA [[event]]s, but also perform at Christkindlmarkt in Chicago and the Bristol [[Renaissance Faire]], and are always looking for additional venues for performance.
 
The Pippins perform primarily at SCA [[event]]s, but also perform at Christkindlmarkt in Chicago and the Bristol [[Renaissance Faire]], and are always looking for additional venues for performance.
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[[Pippins Repertoire]]
 
[[Pippins Repertoire]]
==Repertoire==
 
   
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[[Performance Calendar]]
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! [[Song]]
 
! [[Composer]]
 
! Date
 
! [[Language]]
 
|-
 
| As I out rode this enderes night (The Coventry Shepherd's Carol)
 
|
 
| 16th Century
 
| [[English]]
 
|-
 
| By a Bank
 
| Thomas Ravenscroft
 
|
 
| English
 
|-
 
| Come Again! Sweet Love Doth Now Invite
 
|
 
| 1597
 
| English
 
|-
 
| Coventry Carol
 
|
 
| 1591
 
| English
 
|-
 
| Dindirin, dindirin
 
| Anon
 
| 1500
 
| [[French]]
 
|-
 
| Dixit Maria
 
| Hans Leo Hassler
 
| 1564-1612
 
| [[Latin]]
 
|-
 
| Es ist ein Schnee gefallen
 
| Casper Othmayr
 
| 16th Century
 
| [[German]]
 
|-
 
| [[Gaudete]]
 
|
 
| 1582
 
| English
 
|-
 
| Green Grow'th the Holly
 
| [[Henry VIII]] of [[England]]
 
| 16th Century
 
| English
 
|-
 
| I Love, Alas, I Love Thee
 
| Thomas Morley
 
|
 
| English
 
|-
 
| In Dulci Jubilo
 
|
 
| [[14th Century]]
 
| German
 
|-
 
| La Bomba
 
| Mateo de Fletcha (The Elder)
 
| [[15th Century]]
 
| Iberian Mix
 
|-
 
| Lady, the Silly Flea
 
| Giles Farnaby
 
| 1598
 
| English
 
|-
 
| Lirum Bililirum
 
| Rossino Mantovano
 
| 1510
 
| Latin
 
|-
 
| O lusty May
 
| Anonymus
 
|
 
| [[Scottish]] (Northern [[English]]).
 
|-
 
| O Magnum Mysterium
 
| Tomas Luis De Victoria
 
|
 
| Latin
 
|-
 
| Oy es dia de placer
 
| Tomas Pascual
 
| 1600
 
| American [[Spanish]]
 
|-
 
| Pucelete-Je languis-Domino (Motet)
 
|
 
| [[13th Century]]
 
| French, Latin
 
|-
 
| Pucellotte Not-a-Motet
 
| Antoine Busnois
 
|
 
| French, Latin
 
|-
 
| Stella Splendens
 
|
 
| 14th Century
 
| Spanish
 
|-
 
| [[Sumer is Icumen In]]
 
|
 
|
 
| [[Middle English]]
 
|-
 
| Tant que vivray
 
| Claudin de Sermisy
 
|
 
| French
 
|-
 
| There is no rose
 
| Anon
 
| 1420
 
| English
 
|-
 
| Veni Veni Emmanuel
 
| Anon
 
| 8th Cent
 
| Latin
 
|-
 
|}
 
   
==Media==
 
 
[[http://new.photos.yahoo.com/jenrsmall/album/576460762373395400 Pictures]]
 
[[http://new.photos.yahoo.com/jenrsmall/album/576460762373395400 Pictures]]

Revision as of 10:46, 19 April 2007

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Background

The Pippins is an SCA madrigal choir from Tree Girt Sea in the Midrealm (Chicago) that performs mostly pre-16th century madrigals, motets, rounds, and carols, with occasional forays into PDQ Bach. The Pippins were founded in 1996 and have been rehearsing and performing regularly since then.

The Pippins have received the Order of the Grove (arts award), and have taken 1st place in numerous Arts and Sciences competitions.

The Pippins perform primarily at SCA events, but also perform at Christkindlmarkt in Chicago and the Bristol Renaissance Faire, and are always looking for additional venues for performance.

Pippins Repertoire

Performance Calendar

[Pictures]