Stella Maris

Stella Maris
Trio Mediæval
ECM "New Series" 1929
ECM 476 3021
ECM "New Series" B0005057-02


    Anon., England, 13th c.
  1. Conductus (3v): Flos regalis virginalis

  2. Anon., School of Notre Dame, late 12th / early 13th c.
  3. Monophonic conductus: O Maria, stella maris

  4. Anon., England, 13th c.
  5. Conductus (3v): Quem trina polluit

  6. Anon., England, 13th c.
  7. Motet (2v with drone): Dou way Robyn / Sancta Mater

  8. Anon., School of Notre Dame, late 12th / early 13th c.
  9. Conductus (3v): Veni creator spiritus

  10. Perotin
  11. Conductus (2v with cauda): Dum sigillum

  12. Anon., England, 13th c.
  13. Conductus (3v): Beata viscera

  14. Sungji Hong: Missa de Lumen de Lumine (2002)
  15. Kyrie
  16. Gloria
  17. Credo
  18. Sanctus
  19. Agnus Dei

Playing time: 65' 46"

Trio Mediæval
Anna Maria Friman (soprano), Linn Andrea Fuglseth (soprano), Torunn Østrem Ossum (soprano) with John Potter (voice, [2])

Recording site and date:
Propstei St. Gerold [02 / 2005];
Rel.: 2005

Reviewed in:
Diapason (#-p.): 532-113 (january 2006)
Early Music America (Vol./#-p.):
Fanfare (Vol./#-p.): 29/3-135 (january/february 2006)
Goldberg (#-p.):
Gramophone (Vol./#-p.): 83/1000- 113 (december 2005)

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Pierre-F. Roberge