The Feast of St. Thorlak

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Program: #02-25   Air Date: Jun 24, 2002

Continuing one of the themes from the Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht 2001, we'll hear the ensemble Voces Thule recreate the earliest through-composed liturgy for an Icelandic Saint--the service for St. Thorlak.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from Dana Wipperman.


Composer Info

Jon Thorlaksson of Munkathvera MS (1473)

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