Ice & Longboat
By Ensemble Mare Balticum; Ã…ke Egevad; Jens Egevad; Cajsa S. Lund; Aino Lund Lavoipierre; Ute Goedecke; Per Mattsson; Stefan Wikstrom. By Per Reff Lylle; Per Mattsson. World/International. Listening CD. Published by Naxos (NX.DCD34181).
Item Number: NX.DCD34181
This new release is the second volume in Delphian Records' monumental collaboration with the European Music Archaeology Project. The series explores the earliest known music from Scandanavia. Together with partners from ten European countries, the European Music Archaeology Project has researched and brought to life ancient music from 40,000 BC to present day. The group will hold a series of international exhibitions, which will allow the public to more fully understand the crucial role that music played in ancient societies. This album includes songs improvised on Viking instruments, as well as notated songs from the earliest centuries of Christianity in Scandinavia.
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Listening CDs are traditional music recordings. Listening CDs make a great educational supplement - hear exceptional professionals play the music you're learning! Or, just enjoy listening to the music you love.
- 01. Dromde mik en drom
- 02. Signals to the Aesir Gods
- 03. In the Village: Musical Pastimes
- 04. In the Village 2: Evening
- 05. Mith hierthÃ¦ brendher
- 06. Sequentia: Lux illuxit
- 07. Cantio: Scribere proposui
- 08. Dromde mik en drom
- 09. Ramus virens olivarum
- 10. Dromde mik en drom
- 11. Dromde mik en drom
- 12. Dromde mik en drom
- 13. Nobis est natus hodie - In natali Domini
- 14. Estampie "Gerro transecuit"
- 15. Estampie "Pax patrie"
- 16. Rondellus: Ad cantus laetitiae
- 17. Mith hierthÃ¦ brendher
- 18. Melody from Hultebro
- 19. The Warrior with His Lyre
- 20. Gethornslat
- 21. Grimur a Mioalnesi
- 22. Jesus Christus nostra salus
- 23. Nobilis humilis
- 24. Gaudet mater ecclesia
- 25. Antiphona: Hostia grata Deo
- 26. Antiphona: Ferro transecuit
- 27. Improvisation on "Gaudet mater ecclesia"
- 28. Sancta Anna, moder Christ
- 29. Sequentia: Diem festum veneremur