Tagged with: Hildegard von Bingen

Here are all our programs tagged with "Hildegard von Bingen".

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Feminae: The Ecstatic Devotions of Hildegard von Bingen

Program: #94-03, Air Date: 01/17/94

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from a concert by the Ensemble Sequentia directed by Barbara Thornton. It was recorded on May 7, 1993 in a performance from the Olde Musicke Series of the Concert Society of Maryland, under the auspices of the University of Maryland.

The Medieval Mysteries

Program: #19-32, Air Date: 07/29/19

Chants of the Knights Templar, music for the Holy Grail, and the German prince and minnesinger Wizlav the Younger, whose music wound up in Norway.

Back to the Middle Ages

Program: #18-03, Air Date: 01/08/18

Ars Subtilior, Hildegard von Bingen, and the remarkable III Millennio label with the idea of roses in the medieval imagination.

La Reverdie

Program: #17-11, Air Date: 03/06/17

The superb Arcana label has released a five CD set in honor of the 30th anniversary of this medieval ensemble, founded by two pairs of Italian sisters in 1986.

Women’s Voices

Program: #16-43, Air Date: 10/17/16

Music of Hildegard von Bingen from the Oxford Girls’ Choir and Vajra Voices, and Benedictine Nuns in Poland.

Vox Cosmica

Program: #15-13, Air Date: 03/23/15

The daughter of Jordi Savall and Montserrat Figueras shares an enchanting vision of music by Hildegard von Bingen.

Naxos Distribution—Three More Medieval Discs

Program: #15-09, Air Date: 02/23/15

NOTE: All of the programs once again this month feature recordings that are part of the expanded Naxos Distribution family.

Including two from the recently-created Obsculta label from the monks of Stift-Heiligenkreuz in Austria.

Hildegard von Bingen: The Origin of Fire

Program: #04-37, Air Date: 09/06/04

NOTE: We return with our new season to present a mixed blessing--the new recording by the ensemble Anonymous 4 is dedicated to Hildegard von Bingen--but time with the ladies talking about why, after 18 glorious years, they have decided to disband as an ensemble.

Two Worlds of Modal Music

Program: #04-19, Air Date: 05/03/04

NOTE: The fortunate meeting between American Ken Zuckerman and medieval-specialist Dominique Vellard at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis has allowed this recording, one of the most incisive cross-cultural efforts ever.

Hildegard von Bingen: The Origin of FIRE

Program: #05-06, Air Date: 01/31/05

All of the music on this program celebrates the music and visions of Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179). It is the last recording by the ensemble Anonymous 4, whose members were on the program, as they have been regularly for over 15 years.