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Description Sequence " Victimae Paschali Laudes", traditionally attributed to Wipo of Burgundy. For text, see Victimae Paschali Laudes. For an image of a score (not the one I performed from) see this gif. Recorded using GarageBand with some reverb added. Normalised using Audacity. It is a single continuous take. Time: 1:49.
Date originally written 11th century
Source Recorded 5/1/07 by en:User:Makemi, recorded by Makemi, private venue.
Author Makemi/Wipo of Burgundy

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current 00:51, 2 May 2007
1 min 49 s (1.91 MB)Makemi{{Information |Description= " w:Victimae Paschali Laudes", traditionally attributed to w:Wipo of Burgundy. |Source=Recorded 5/1/07 by en:User:Makemi |Date= originally written 10th century |Author= User:Makemi/Wipo of Burgundy }}

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