#3562: Music for Cathedrals, Part 2

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Listen to more music written for, about, and in cathedrals on this New Sounds (part 2 of 2.)  Hear the famous 12th century hit tune first performed in the Cathedral of Notre Dame, “Viderunt Omnes” by Perotin, an example of organum, as sung by the Hilliard Ensemble. There’s also music by Joby Talbot which musically describes one of the great cathedrals in

Leon Cathedral

 Spain - Léon.   Then there’s trombone music by Stuart Dempster from a recording made in the Great Abbey of Clement VI in the south of France –part of the Papal Palace in Avignon.  All that, and much more.

PROGRAM #3562– Inspired by Cathedrals, Part 2 (First aired on 1/31/2014)  

ARTIST: The Hilliard Ensemble
WORK: Perotin: Viderunt Omnes [11:31]
RECORDING: Perotin
SOURCE: ECM 1385
INFO: www.ecmrecords.com 

ARTIST: Tenebrae
WORK: Joby Talbot: Path of Miracles-Léon [11:44]
RECORDING: Path of Miracles
SOURCE: Signum Classics #078 
INFO: www.signumrecords.com

ARTIST: Squrl
WORK: Retour a la Raison [0:23]
SOURCE: Live 2/19/15

ARTIST: Paul Horn
WORK: Song for friendship [2:21]
RECORDING: Inside The Cathedral
SOURCE: Kuckuck Records 075
INFO: Out of print, but try Amazon or auction sites.

ARTIST: Stuart Dempster
WORK: Standing Waves, excerpt  [13:15]
RECORDING: In The Great Abbey of Clement VI
SOURCE: New Albion #013
INFO: Deep ListeningAlso available at iTunes.

ARTIST: Mikkel Ploug, Sissel Vera Pettersen, and Joachim Badenhorst
WORK: Cathedral [5:22]
RECORDING: Equilibrium
SOURCE: Songlines SA1578 
INFO: www.songlines.com

ARTIST: Ronn McFarlane
WORK: Cathedral Cave
RECORDING: Indigo Road
SOURCE: Dorian 90701
INFO: Available at Amazon.com