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Ensemble Peregrina, Agnieszka Budzinska-Bennett, Benjamin Bagby

Music in medieval Denmark

1 Mith hierthae brendher Danish song 02:59 2 O rosa in Iherico 2-part Danish song 01:20 3 Gaude mater letare 2-part song 01:40 4 Psallat fidelis concio sequence 06:27 5 Got in viel hohen vröuden saz German song 02:02 6 instrumental piece 03:37 7 Die Tenschen morder German song 05:20 8 Alle künige vürsten herren German song 02:30 9 instrumental piece 02:03 10 Gaudet mater ecclecia hymn 02:40 11 Ave martyr dux Danorum antiphon 01:56 12 Decus regni et liebertas V. Cetibus angelicis responsorium with prosa 06:11 13 Dulcis martyr dux Kanute antiphon 01:39 14 Preciosa mors sanctorum sequence 06:52 15 Von meiner mervart German song 14:27 16 Drømte mig en drøm i nat instrumental piece 04:00 17 Maria candens lilium 2-part song 05:09 18 Letificat laudatio 2-part song 01:45
  • Agnieszka Budzinska-Bennett - vocal
  • Ensemble Peregrina
  • Benjamin Bagby - tenor
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Mare Balticum vol. 1

13th - 15th century Ensemble Peregrina Agnieszka Budzińska-Bennett & Benjamin Bagby The project Mare Balticum aims to present the medieval musical heritage of the Baltic Sea region in the 12th-15th centuries. It consists of four musical programmes, prepared in great detail, and employing the newest musicological, philological, historical and organological research. Each of these programmes presents the local character of a different coastal region of Balticum, its specific historical and cultural situation, its most important saints and rulers, and the Christian roots of the relevant country. They provide an insight into the local literature and musical repertories of medieval Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Germany, and Poland; both Latin and the vernacular are represented, as well as the diversity of historical musical instruments used in those regions at the time. The project as a whole, however, aims to show something of the strong political and cultural connections between those medieval countries, their development over time, and the similarities between them, all of which are essential to our understanding of the common identity and history of Balticum, as is reflected to us through its centuries of music. As special guest we welcome Benjamin Bagby. Music from medieval Denmark (Mare Balticum vol. I) Posted by Agnieszka Budzinska-Bennett on October 10, 2017 at 12:44 View Blog Dear colleagues, I’d like to introduce our crowdfunding campaign – a new project Mare Balticum presenting the medieval musical heritage of the Baltic sea. The first recording presents the oldest extant music from Denmark and will be issued by Tacet this November. If you’re interested in some suspenseful crime stories at 13th century Danish court (Meister Rumelant & Michel Beheim) or northern archaic polyphony in vernacular (DK-Kar 76), or simply have interest in less known medieval repertoires, then please support our project. This time ensemble Peregrina (Kelly Landerkin, Lorenza Donadini, Hanna Järveläinen, Baptiste Romain and me), will be joined by one of the world’s leading medieval music performers and scholars – Benjamin Bagby (Sequentia). It is a great honour to have Ben (voice & harp) as our special guest star. You can get to know more about our crowndfunding in the link below. We also would be so grateful for simply spreading the word among your friends or whoever might be interested in this project. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mare-balticum-vol-i-music#/ Many cordial thanks in advance, Yours, Agnieszka Budzinska-Bennett ensemble Peregrina (Basel)