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Wydawnictwo: Sterling
Nr katalogowy: CDA 1828-2
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2018
EAN: 7393338182825
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Epoka muzyczna: średniowiecze
Obszar (język): norweski, szwedzki
Rodzaj: pieśń

Maria! Maria! 400 Years of Chant in the Birgittine Order

Sterling - CDA 1828-2
Ensemble Gemma:
Katarina Jepson
Aino Lund Lavoipierre
Lena Palm
Hanna Schroder
Ida Zackrisson / Karin Strinnholm Lagergen
Invitatory - Trinum deum
Matins Hymn - O trinitatis
Third matins Responsory - Maria summe
Sext Antiphon - Omnia mandata

Invitatory - Regem angelorum
Lauds Antiphone - Angeli archangeli
Lauds Hymn - In throno Deo
Responsorium breve - Angelorum domina
Magnificat Antiphone - Magnificetur rex

Invitatory - Filium Dei
Benedictus Antiphon - Benedictus sis tu
Vespers Antiphon - Omnem potestatem
Compline Hymn - Victum vitalem

Invitatory - Ortum virginis
Third Matins Responsory - Solem justicie
Lauds Antiphon - Nativitas gloriose
Prime Antiphon - Nativitatem recolamus

Invitatory - Ave Maria
Matins Antiphon - Congratulamini Filio Deo
Lauds Antiphon - O admirabile commercium
Benedicamus devotis mentibus
Sext Antiphon - Germinavit radix Jesse

Invitatory - Regem virginis
Matins Antiphon - Benedictum sit nomen
Versiculus - Spineo serto
Sext Antiphon - Tremor terre
Vespers Antiphon - Annuntietur in universa

Invitatory - In honorem virginis
Second Matins Responsory - Que est ista
Lauds Antiphon - Assumpta est Maria
Benedictus Antiphon - Que est ista
Prime Antiphon - Maria virgo assumpta
Sext resp. breve - Ad coronam leticie
Vespers Antiphon - Jam letaris
Vespers Hymn - O quam glorifica
Magnificat Antiphon - Maria, Maria
Compline Antiphon - Cum iocundate
Welcome into the Birgittine sisters’ world of Gregorian chant! Also known as Frälsarorden, the Birgittine Order is the only one with Scandinavian origins. Saint Birgitta (ca 1303-1373) and her collaborator and confessor, Petrus Olavi of Skänninge, laid its foundations in Rome, in the 1350s. Birgitta had moved there in 1349, and remained in that city for the rest of her life. After the first Birgittine abbey opened in Vadstena in 1384, the order rapidly spread across Europe.

The chants on this recording are from the Birgittine Abbey, Maria Refugie in Uden, The Netherlands and this is the first time that chants from the rich collection in Maria Refugie have been recorded. It is also the first recording of the Birgittine repertoire from sources dating after the Middle Ages. I have selected 37 chants that reflect the musical and textual richness of Cantus sororum. The material spans more than 400 years, yet forms a coherent repertoire that belongs to the Gregorian chant tradition in all important aspects, with a Birgittine twist.

Recorded in Hemmesjo new church, Vaxjo episcopate, 20-22 October 2017.