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Aquilonis [sound recording] /

by Trio Mediaeval; Jormin, Anders [composer.]; Smith, Andrew [composer.]; Brooks, William [composer.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelMusicPublisher: New York, NY : ECM New Series, [2014]Description: 1 audio disc (61 min.) ; 4 3/4 in.Language note: Sung in Latin, Norwegian, Italian, and middle English.Subject(s): Vocal music | Chants | Folk music -- Norway | Laude | Antiphons (Music)
Contents:
Vespers reponsory Dum Johannis zelum gerit / from the Office of St Thorlak, C14, Iceland (2:44) -- Ama / Anders Jormin (2:47) -- Ave rex angelorum / Carol, C15, England (2:15) -- Ecce quod natura mutat sua jura / Carol, C15, England (4:42) -- Ave maris stella / Andrew Smith (2:32) -- Vespers antiphon and psalm (I, II, III) / from the Office of St Thorlak, C14, Iceland (7:12)-- Ioseph fili David / Andrew Smith (2:37) -- Ave regina caelorum / Andrew Smith (1:35) -- Alleluia: a newë work / Carol, C15, England (4:47) -- Morgonljos / Dr Anna Maria Friman, Linn Andrea Fugsleth (1:19) -- Vespers antiphon and psalm (IV, V) / from the Office of St Thorlak, C14, Iceland (3:32) -- Fammi cantar l'amor / Lauda, C12, Italy (2:49)-- Gud unde oss her et leve så / melody after Ola M. Vanberg, arranged Berit Opheim (1:56) -- Benedicti e llaudati / Lauda, C12, Italy (4:40) -- Klokkeljom / Trio Mediaeval (:47) -- Special antiphon / from the Office of St Thorlak, arranged Trio Mediaeval (1:55) -- Ingen vinner frem til den evige ro / traditional Norwegian hymn from Hallingdal, arranged Anna Maria Friman and Linn Andrea Fugsleth (5:04) -- Fryd dig, du Kristi brud / melody after Magnhild Almhjell, arranged Linn Andrea Fugsleth (3:34) -- I hamrinum / Berit Opheim, Anna Maria Friman (1:00) -- Vale, dulcis amice / William Brooks (3:05).
Trio Mediaeval (Anna Maria Griman, voice, Hardanger fiddle, melody chimes ; Linn Andrea Fuglseth, voice, portable organ, melody chimes ; Berit Opheim, voice, melody chimes).Summary: Works of chant from the 14th century Norwegian liturgy for St Thorlak, interspersed with 15th century English carols, 12th century Italian laude, Norwegian folk religious songs, compositions for instruments and wordless voice by members of the ensemble, and settings of traditional Latin religious texts by modern composers Anders Jormin, Andrew Smith and William Brooks.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Trio Mediaeval accompany their vocals with discreetly textural instrumentation on an album whose repertoire travels from Iceland to Italy with both classic and contemporary works.

Sung in Latin, Norwegian, Italian, and middle English.

Trio Mediaeval (Anna Maria Griman, voice, Hardanger fiddle, melody chimes ; Linn Andrea Fuglseth, voice, portable organ, melody chimes ; Berit Opheim, voice, melody chimes).

Recorded June 2014.

Compact disc (DDD).

Vespers reponsory Dum Johannis zelum gerit / from the Office of St Thorlak, C14, Iceland (2:44) -- Ama / Anders Jormin (2:47) -- Ave rex angelorum / Carol, C15, England (2:15) -- Ecce quod natura mutat sua jura / Carol, C15, England (4:42) -- Ave maris stella / Andrew Smith (2:32) -- Vespers antiphon and psalm (I, II, III) / from the Office of St Thorlak, C14, Iceland (7:12)-- Ioseph fili David / Andrew Smith (2:37) -- Ave regina caelorum / Andrew Smith (1:35) -- Alleluia: a newë work / Carol, C15, England (4:47) -- Morgonljos / Dr Anna Maria Friman, Linn Andrea Fugsleth (1:19) -- Vespers antiphon and psalm (IV, V) / from the Office of St Thorlak, C14, Iceland (3:32) -- Fammi cantar l'amor / Lauda, C12, Italy (2:49)-- Gud unde oss her et leve så / melody after Ola M. Vanberg, arranged Berit Opheim (1:56) -- Benedicti e llaudati / Lauda, C12, Italy (4:40) -- Klokkeljom / Trio Mediaeval (:47) -- Special antiphon / from the Office of St Thorlak, arranged Trio Mediaeval (1:55) -- Ingen vinner frem til den evige ro / traditional Norwegian hymn from Hallingdal, arranged Anna Maria Friman and Linn Andrea Fugsleth (5:04) -- Fryd dig, du Kristi brud / melody after Magnhild Almhjell, arranged Linn Andrea Fugsleth (3:34) -- I hamrinum / Berit Opheim, Anna Maria Friman (1:00) -- Vale, dulcis amice / William Brooks (3:05).

Works of chant from the 14th century Norwegian liturgy for St Thorlak, interspersed with 15th century English carols, 12th century Italian laude, Norwegian folk religious songs, compositions for instruments and wordless voice by members of the ensemble, and settings of traditional Latin religious texts by modern composers Anders Jormin, Andrew Smith and William Brooks.

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