Immersion into the corporeal horrors of the crucifixion led to a new late medieval devotion, the contemplation of the wounds. Arnulf of Leuven led the way
In 2010 a group of digital wizards recreated the Maior Ecclesia of Cluny. Now, another team has worked to reconstruct the soundscape.
Can you recreate the medieval soundscape of cathedrals? An ingenious reconstruction of the acoustics in the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela shows the way
Loyset Compère is known for his lovely songs. New recording by The Orlando Concert lets us enjoy the vibrant sounds to the full
Mélanie Bruniaux also known as Anima Keltia is a Celtic and Medieval music harpist. Her first record presents a pleasing repertoire.
Aaashenayi is a spellbinding musical Encounter with Ottoman Music during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent, 1494 - 1566
Basque music has a special tone and differs markedly from Castillian or Andalusian soundscapes. New record captures a kind of medieval and early modern music very seldom heard.
More than 1200 Galician-Portuguese medieval lyrics are preserved in two renaissance manuscripts. New research explores the special genre: the tenson (the debate)
Syntagma recently published a media book on the work of Jehan de Lescurel
A new recording of Spanish medieval lamentations presents us with a haunting sound appropriate for Easter
Medieval and modern music will be mixed at the Reinterment Service of Richard III on Thursday, the 25th 2015
A priceless vestment believed to be from the royal wardrobe of Richard III will be worn by Cardinal Vincent Nichols celebrating Requiem Mass for the king
4th International Course on Medieval Music Performance (12-14th century) takes place in Besalú in July The International Course on Medieval Music Performance offers singers and instrumentalists the possibility to study monophonic and polyphonic repertoires composed from the 12th to the 14th centuries. The course is organized in the medieval surroundings of Besalú, a small town …
REVIEW: Medieval Music, Legend, and the Cult of St Martin. The Local Foundations of a Universal Saint
Designated chapels for reburials became a fashionable trend in the 15th century. Recently a text was discovered outlining the liturgy used in 1475
Carnes Tollenda – or stop eating meat – is a lost Old Hispanic chant. Recently it was restored digitally…