Resources for medieval musicology and liturgy
I’d like to introduce our crowdfunding campaign – a new project Mare Balticum presenting the medieval musical heritage of the Baltic sea.
The first recording presents the oldest extant music from Denmark and will be issued by Tacet this November. If you’re interested in some suspenseful crime stories at 13th century Danish court (Meister Rumelant & Michel Beheim) or northern archaic polyphony in vernacular (DK-Kar 76), or simply have interest in less known medieval repertoires, then please support our project.
This time ensemble Peregrina (Kelly Landerkin, Lorenza Donadini, Hanna Järveläinen, Baptiste Romain and me), will be joined by one of the world’s leading medieval music performers and scholars – Benjamin Bagby (Sequentia). It is a great honour to have Ben (voice & harp) as our special guest star.
You can get to know more about our crowndfunding in the link below. We also would be so grateful for simply spreading the word among your friends or whoever might be interested in this project.
Many cordial thanks in advance,
ensemble Peregrina (Basel)
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