June 2003

#03-26 (06/30/03)

Vision of Tondal [repeat of #03-01]

At the 2002 Holland Fstival of Early Music, Katarina Livljanic and her Ensemble Dialogos recreated one of the most popular religious stories of the middle ages. The story of Tondal is of a man whose soul leaves his body, and was passed from Irish sources to a Dalmatian Benedictine monastery.

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#03-25 (06/23/03)

Medieval Norwegian Folksongs [repeat of #02-46]

After a too-long absence, we return to the extraordinary work of Anne-Lise Berntsen as she reinterprets the ancient music of her homeland. with a modern twist. [repeat of 02-46]

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#03-24 (06/16/03)

Fragments [repeat of #03-04]

Paul Hillier's latest project is a brilliant look at the odd and end bits of music preserved in both the Eastern and Western Medieval world.

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#03-23 (06/09/03)

The Medieval Baebes [repeat of #02-52]

A reprise of a program that took us on an unexpected journey as the normally somber Millennium management is taken away by the heretofore-resisted charms of these nine young women who recreate the Middle Ages (of a sort); we'll be joined by chief Baebe Katherine Blake and sample their four recordings.

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#03-22 (06/02/03)

Palestrina’s Pentecostal Music

Moving into the season of Pentecost, we turn to the exquisite new recording of the settings of sequences, motets, and the grand Missa Dum complerentur with the Westminster Cathedral Choir.

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