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Wydawnictwo: Tacet
Nr katalogowy: TACET 243
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: grudzień 2017
EAN: 4009850024309
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Epoka muzyczna: średniowiecze
Obszar (język): duński
Rodzaj: pieśń

Mare Balticum I - Music in medieval Denmark

Tacet - TACET 243
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Det Arnamagnaenske Institut:
Mith hierthae brendher
O rosa Iherico
Gaude mater letare
Psallat fidelis concio
Maria candens lilium
Letificat laudatio

Rumelant von Sachsen:
Got in viel hohen vrouden saz
Die Tenschen morder
Alle künige vürsten Herren

Aus Knud Lavard's Office:
Gaudet mater ecclesia
Ave martyr dux Danorum
Decus regni et libertas V. Cetibus angelicis
Dulcis martyr dux Kanute
Preciosa mors sanctorum

Michel Beheim:
Von meiner mervart

Codex Runicus:
Dromte mig en drom i nat
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.