Tagged with: Hildegard von Bingen

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

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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.

Three Medieval Discs

Program: #13-48, Air Date: 11/25/13

The Orlando Consort gives us Guillaume de Machaut; the Canadian ensemble la Nef treats us to women Troubadours; and the German ensemble Per Sonat sings Hildegard von Bingen.

Crown & Veil–Music from Medieval Female Monasteries

Program: #09-40, Air Date: 09/28/09

Sequentia and the young ensemble Ars Choralis of Cologne recreate devotional music from medieval German convents, many for the first time on disc.