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Trio Mediaeval at Cheltenham International Festival of Music

 Date:09/07/2004
 Type:Culture, music

Formed in Oslo in 1997, Trio Mediaeval graduated from the Hilliard Ensemble school having perfected a distinctive blend that brings a clarity and life to repertoire that has traditionally been the preserve of men. 9 July in Cheltenham

 

Founded in Oslo in 1997, trio mediaeval has developed three distinct strands of repertoire: polyphonic medieval music from England and France, contemporary works and Norwegian medieval ballads and songs. The group’s initial phase was inspired by intense periods of work at the Hilliard Summer Festival in England and Germany, and subsequently with Linda Hirst and John Potter.

The trio has collaborated with many composers, including Gavin Bryars, Ivan Moody, Roger Marsh, Paul Robinson, Piers Hellawell, (UK), Joanne Metcalf (USA), Thoma Simaku (Albania), Oleh Harkavyy (Ukraine), Gonzalo Macías (Mexico), Bjørn Kruse and Andrew Smith (Norway).


Programme:

Words of the Angel - 60’

Gregorian Chant Alma Redemptoris Mater
Oleh Harkavy Kyrie
Leonel Power Gloria from Mass, Alma Redemptoris Mater
Gavin Bryars Ave regina gloriosa (Laude VII)
anonymous various
Perotin 13th century conductus, Beata viscera
Andrew Smith Ave Maria; Regina Caeli
Leonel Power Agnus Dei from Mass, Alma Redemptoris Mater
Ivan Moody Words of the Angel

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