Sources (text edition):
Peter Dronke (Cambridge), copyright 1998
Rupertsberger "Riesencodex" (1180-1190), Wiesbaden, Hessische Landesbibliothek, Ms. 2
Sequentia, Ensemble für Musik des Mittelalters
Vox Feminae: Barbara Thornton (voice), Pamela Dellal (voice), Suzanne Ehly (voice), Ellen Hargis (voice), Lydia Heather Knutson (voice), Nancy Mayer (voice), Caitriona O'Leary (voice), Janet Youngdahl (voice)
Sons of Thunder: Benjamin Bagby (voice), John Fleagle (voice), Stephen Grant (voice), Paul Guttry (voice), William Hite (voice), Frank Kelley (voice), Eric Mentzel (voice), Mark McSweeney (voice)
Instrumental ensemble: Elizabeth Gaver (instrumental direction, medieval fiddle), Rachel Evans (medieval fiddle), Robert Mealy (medieval fiddle), Benjamin Bagby (medieval harp)
Barbara Thornton & Benjamin Bagby, dirs.
Playing time: 106'
Recording site and date:
Church of the Campion Center, Weston, MA, USA [06/1996];
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.): 22/3-180 (January / February 1999)
The bulk of the program is on pieces dedicated to Saint Disibodus, in whose namesake monastery Hildegard was first committed to the cloisters. The instrumental tracks were composed and arranged by Sequentia member, Elisabeth Gaver.
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