Feminine Fusion

Sept 29 – Oct 5, 2018: Ancient Mothers, Part 2

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“I am an ancestress of tomorrow.”  – Luisa Teish

 

This week, we step back a few centuries to listen to music composed by our ancestresses, from the Medieval to the early Baroque period.  From the women in the convents, to music from the troubadours, their music comes to life in these recordings.

 

Ancient Mothers, Part 2

Beatritz de Romans:  Na Maria, pretz e fina valors
Sinfonye
“The Sweet Look and the Loving Manner”
Hyperion 624425

Maroie de Dregnau de Lille:  Mout m’abelist quant je voie revenir
Sinfonye
“The Sweet Look and the Loving Manner”
Hyperion 624425

Comtessa de Dia:  A chantar m’er de so qu’eu no volria
Sinfonye
“The Sweet Look and the Loving Manner”
Hyperion 624425

Almucs de Castelnau, Iseut de Capio:  Domna N’Almucs, si-un plages
Sinfonye
“The Sweet Look and the Loving Manner”
Hyperion 624425

Héloïse d’Argenteuil:  Rex in accutibum
Capella de Ministrers; Carles Magraner, conductor
“La cité des dames”
Licanus 133

Herrad of Landsberg:  Sor oritur occasus
Capella de Ministrers; Carles Magraner, conductor
“La cité des dames”
Licanus 133

Kassia:  La Mujer Caida
Capella de Ministrers; Carles Magraner, conductor
“La cité des dames”
Licanus 133

Chiara Margarita Cozzolani:  Salmi a otto, motetti et dialoghi, Op. 3
Musica Secreta
“Dialogues with Heaven”
Linn 113

 

Run time:  58:29

 

Feminine Fusion highlights the roles of women in classical music. Host Diane Jones brings you stories and music of the women who create, perform, and inspire. Produced in the studios at WCNY-FM.

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