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Episode #1933

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Sunday, June 22, 2003

New Sounds gets Medieval in tonight's installment. We hear Icelandic eddas by Sequentia, an excerpt from "Beowulf" by Benjamin Bagby (pictured), plus several sequences and songs by Hildegard von Bingen and Brigitte von Schweden.

PROGRAM # 1933, Ancient Music for a Modern Age (First aired on Thurs., 7/5/01)

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Sverrir Gu├░jonsson

Epitaph - Medieval Iceland

Prologue [3:30]
The Long Spring [1:00]
Iceland [1:30]
Kyrie [1:30]
My Tongue Be Not Reluctant [1:30]

Opus 111 #30-253. Opus111@compuserve.com or info@opus111.net Also distr. by Harmonia Mundi, or
available on Amazon.com*

Sequentia

Edda - Myths from Medieval Iceland

Baldyr's Dreams [9:30]

Deutsche Harmonia Mundi #77381**
Available on Amazon.com*

Benjamin Bagby

WNYC Live, January 4, 2001

Beowulf, excerpt [3:30]

Not commercially available.

Sequentia

Ancient Music for a Modern Age

Bishop Ato: O Adiutor [5:30]

Deutsche Harmonia Mundi #61868**
Available on Amazon.com*

Les Flamboyants

Hildegard von Bingen & Birgitta von Schweden

Hildegard: O Viridissima Virga [5:30]

Birgitta: Christe Patris Excelsi [6:00]

Klang Raum #9802. Raumklang@t-online.de

Einojuhani Rautavaara

The Myth of Sampo

II [6:00]

Ondine #892.** www.ondine.fi or available on Amazon.com*

*, ** Find the recordings you've heard - go to the New Sounds Recordings Information page

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