Programs tagged with: Schola Hungarica

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🔊 A Millennium Easter

Program: #03-15, Air Date: 04/14/03

The first Millennium of Music program was Easter 1979, and the program began regular broadcasts Easter 1980 (its ancestor, Musica Antiqua, began in 1975). We celebrate our birthday quietly, as always, and in the Middle Ages, with groups close to our heart: Schola Hungarica, Anonymous 4, and (of recent fame for the Croatian music), Dialogos.

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The Liturgy in Rome

Program: #07-11, Air Date: 03/05/07

Because of its centrality and continuity, the early liturgy of the Roman Christians is perhaps the earliest we can reconstruct-- we'll hear some examples.

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Cantilena Metensis

Program: #07-12, Air Date: 03/12/07

Metz was the capital city of the Frankish kingdom, and the ancestor of the Carolingians was St. Arnulf, who became Bishop there after the death of his wife, and whose son married the daughter of Pepin I. It was the firs place Roman cantors taught Frankish cantors, and we hear an extremely rare reconstruction of this early liturgy (what we call "Gregorian Chant" was perhaps first called "Messine," from Metz).

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The Gallican Liturgy

Program: #07-13, Air Date: 03/19/07

If the work that was done in the courts of Pepin II and his son Charlemagne was a vast editorial process collecting chant from different churches, one thriving musical style was in the neighborhood chapel--this week, we hear the liturgy of the Gauls.

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