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Music of unearthly purity from Iceland to the Mediterranean, via the coasts of Scandinavia and England. Beguiling melodies and close harmonies, sung with the vocal blend that has given Trio Mediaeval an international cult following. Twelfth-century songs for the Icelandic St Thorlak, mesmerising 14th-century polyphony, new music written for and by Trio Mediaeval, performed by the legendary Scandinavian vocal trio.


This Day Pass includes Arrows of Time, this concert and Stories for Ocean Shells.



Anon. (Gregorian Chant): Salve regina
Anon. (13th-Century England): Salve mater misericordie
Anon. (12th-Century Italy) arr. A.M. Friman & L.A. Fuglseth: Fammi cantar
Office of St. Thorlak (14th-Century Iceland): Vespers responsory
Anders Jormin: Ama
Anon. (15th-Century England): Ave rex angelorum—Ecce quod natura—Alleluia a newe werk
Office of St. Thorlak (14th-Century Iceland): Vespers antiphon and psalms I, II, III   
Anon. (14th-Century Berkeley Castle, England): Benedicta es caelorum regina

Trad. (Norway) arr. A.M. Friman & L.A. Fuglseth: Ingen vinner frem til den evige ro  
Anon. (12th-Centnury Italy) arr. A.M. Friman & L.A. Fuglseth: Benedicti e llaudati                
Trad. (Norway) arr. L.A. Fuglseth: Fryd dig du Kristi brud                             
Andrew Smith: Iosef fili DavidAve Regina CaelorumAve Maris Stella    
Office of St Thorlak (from 14th-Century Iceland): Special antiphon—Vespers antiphon and Psalms IV & V
William Brooks: Vale dulcis amice


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