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Episode #2657

Music for Women's Voices and Strings

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Friday, April 25, 2008

Hear music by the ethereal and precise Trio Medieval on this New Sounds program. In addition to arrangements of Nordic folk songs, this trio of women gives contemporary lift to medieval ballads and masses from England, France and Norway. Plus, listen to immensely moving selections from the new seven part cantata by Vladimir Godar, "Mater," featuring the cultivated folk vocal stylings of Iva Bittova. And much more.

PROGRAM # 2657 Music for Women's Voices and Strings (First aired on Monday, 3/26/07)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Trio Mediaeval

Stella Maris

Songji Hong: Kyrie [4:30]

ECM #1929 ** www.ecmrecords.com

Vladimir Godar

Mater

Maykomashmalon [3:30]

ECM #1985 ** www.ecmrecords.com

Trio Mediaeval

Stella Maris

Songji Hong: Gloria [6:30]

See above.

Vladimir Godar

Mater

Ecce Puer [6:30]

See above.

Iva Bittova

Iva Bittova

River of Milk [5:00]
Stop Searching [14:00]

Nonesuch #79455 www.nonesuch.com

Jocelyn Pook

Flood

Blow The Wind : Pie Jesu [3:00]

Virgin #48150** Amazon.com*
or www.jocelynpook.com

Jocelyn Pook

Untold Things

Dionysus [3:00]

Real World #50781 www.realworldrecords.com

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Comments [1]

John Christiano from Vermont Florida

Now that Ear is gone, are there any magazines devoted to the kind if new music you play? Also what is the archived program that has the entire theme song played? Thank you John Christiano

Apr. 25 2008 09:51 PM

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