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Episode #2662

Trio Mediaeval Live

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Saturday, April 11, 2009

From the New Sounds Live concerts at Merkin Hall, listen to Norway’s Trio Mediaeval perform a set of early music, alongside contemporary works written for them, and arrangements of Nordic folksong.

PROGRAM #2662, from New Sounds Live, Trio Mediaeval (First aired on Tues, 4/10/07)

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Trio Mediaeval

Live, March 28, 2007, Merkin Concert Hall

Till, till Tove [5:00]
Flos Regalis [4:00]
Beata Viscera/Quem Trina Polluit [6:00]
Sungji Hong: Kyrie [5:00]
Salve Mater [2:00]
Salve Virgo [3:30]
Dou Way Robyn [4:00]
Gavin Bryars: Ave Regina Glorioso (Lauda VII) [4:00]
So, ro godt barn [3:00]
Eg aktar inkje [2:00]

Trio Mediaeval has three CDs of medieval music, including a number of these works, on the ECM label. www.ecmrecords.com Their CD Stella Maris also includes the music of Songji Hong.

Kronos Quartet/Henryk Gorecki

… songs are sung

II. Largo, cantabile (excerpt) [4:00]

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