Anima Mea – Sacred Music Of The Middle Ages – Ensemble Cosmedin (2011) {Naxos 8.572632}

Anima Mea - Sacred Music Of The Middle Ages - Ensemble Cosmedin (2011) {Naxos 8.572632}

Anima Mea – Sacred Music Of The Middle Ages – Ensemble Cosmedin (2011) {Naxos 8.572632}
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© 2011 Naxos | 8.572632 | Early Music Collection Series
Classical / Early Music / Medieval / Choral

Anima mea explores the Christian concept of the soul through these masterpieces of medieval Sacred Music. Hildegard of Bingen’s beautifully exalted harmonies represent God’s order in the music of the spheres. The recently rediscovered Erfurt Ritual contains sung music from Master Eckhart’s historical context. These antiphons are performed here for the first time since 1525, along with chants from the liturgy of the Roman mass, music from the Notre Dame School, and a glorious Magnificat. The German duo Ensemble Cosmedin, who take their name from a church in Rome, are considered one of the leading ensembles for medieval and modern sacred music. Music of the soul—gentle and luminous.

Anima Mea – Sacred Music Of The Middle Ages – Ensemble Cosmedin (2011) {Naxos 8.572632}