The origin of fire
music and visions of Hildegard von Bingen
Selections from the Dendermonde manuscript except O quam mirabalis and O felix anima, from the Riesenkodex; Veni Creator spiritus and Beata nobis guadia are two anonymous Pentecost hymns "transcribed from a 12th-century manuscript originating in a German-speaking area of Switzerland."
Program notes in English with French and German translations and words printed as text in Latin with English, French, and German translations (71 p. : ill.) in container
Sequence: Veni spiritus eternorum (2:37)
Antiphon: O quam mirabilis est (3:26)
Vision I: The fire of creation. Et ego homo (1:46) ; Er audivi (3:07)
Sequence: O ignis spiritus paracliti (7:50)
Vision 2: Wisdom and her sisters. Vidi etiam (2:22) ; Prima autem (3:07)
Responsory: O felix anima (6:33)
Vision 3: The fiery spirit. Iterumque vocem (2:00) ; Er imago (4:54)
Hymn: O ignee spiritus (10:02)
Vision 4: Love. In vera (2:06) ; Et audivi vocem (3:18)
Antiphon: Caritas habundat in omnia (2:16)
Antiphon: O eterne deus (2:31)
Hymn: Beata nobis gaudia (2:47)
Choruses, Sacred (Unison)
Sacred vocal quartets, Unaccompanied
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