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Trio Mediaeval
Soir, dit-elle

Song NameComposer
KyrieOleh Harkavyy
GloriaLeonal Power
Laude novellaGavin Bryers
Ave regina gloriosaGavin Bryers
CredoLeonal Power
Ave MariaAndrew Smith
Regina caeliAndrew Smith
Ave donna santissimaGavin Bryers
SanctusLeonal Power
The Troparion of KassianiIvan Moody
Venite a laudareGavin Bryers
A Lion's SleepIvan Moody
Agnus Dei Leonal Power
Alma redemptoris materGregorian Chant

Founded in Oslo in 1997, trio mediaeval's repertoire is polyphonic medieval music from England and France, contemporary works and Norwegian medieval ballads and songs. Their first CD, "Words of the Angel," was released in 2001 and immediately went to the Billboard Top 10 Bestsellers list. "Soir, dit-elle" was released in 2004 and remained on the top-10 list for weeks. Linn, Torunn and Anna, trio mediaeval, sing music spanning some 500 years, but to them it is part of a timeless present. "Soir" has a sacred work by Leonel Power (1370-1445), "Missa "Alma redemptoris mater;" and 5 contemporary works, all composed for the group: Ivan Moody's "The Troparion of Kassiani," Gavin Bryars' "Laude novella-Ave regina gloriosa" and "Ave donna santissima-Venite a laudare," Andrew Smith's "Ave Maria-Regina caeli," and Oleh Harkavyy's "Kyrie." The perfect voices rise and blend in the atmosphere, carrying us up to another realm, a place of beauty, peace and meditation.

Item code: 7834C | 1 CD | $15.98 add item to cart
Early Music | A Cappella | Female | Norway

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