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Footprint Records are proud to present the album Ave Maris Stella, with Schola Gothia from Gothenburg, Sweden.This is the group's fifth album - the first on Footprint - and the music is from the time of Saint Bridget, the 14th century and from the collection Cantus sororum, song of the sisters in the Bridgettine order at Vadstena Abbey.Schola Gothia is a professional vocal quartet from Sweden with a unique performance practice of music from the early medieval period.The group is led by Ulrike Heider, who received her education in the Netherlands, including a programme in medieval ensemble singing. The other group members are Helene Stensgard Larsson, Sabina Nilsson and Yvonne Carlsson, who were all educated at the Academy of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.In their musicianship, Schola Gothia aim at reviving music found in monastic manuscripts from the 10th to the 15th century. Their repertoire consists of Gregorian chant as well as early polyphonic music. As much as possible, the group uses original notation.The quartet was formed in 1999 and has given a large number of concerts, both locally, in and around Gothenburg, and at other places in Sweden. They have also toured internationally, in several European countries, as well as in Japan and Guatemala. Schola Gothia has collaborated with many eminent musicians and ensembles.The album is mixed in Dolby Atmos.
Footprint Records are proud to present the album Ave Maris Stella, with Schola Gothia from Gothenburg, Sweden.This is the group's fifth album - the first on Footprint - and the music is from the time of Saint Bridget, the 14th century and from the collection Cantus sororum, song of the sisters in the Bridgettine order at Vadstena Abbey.Schola Gothia is a professional vocal quartet from Sweden with a unique performance practice of music from the early medieval period.The group is led by Ulrike Heider, who received her education in the Netherlands, including a programme in medieval ensemble singing. The other group members are Helene Stensgard Larsson, Sabina Nilsson and Yvonne Carlsson, who were all educated at the Academy of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.In their musicianship, Schola Gothia aim at reviving music found in monastic manuscripts from the 10th to the 15th century. Their repertoire consists of Gregorian chant as well as early polyphonic music. As much as possible, the group uses original notation.The quartet was formed in 1999 and has given a large number of concerts, both locally, in and around Gothenburg, and at other places in Sweden. They have also toured internationally, in several European countries, as well as in Japan and Guatemala. Schola Gothia has collaborated with many eminent musicians and ensembles.The album is mixed in Dolby Atmos.
7320470265147

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Format: CD
Label: FOOTPRINT
Rel. Date: 05/17/2024
UPC: 7320470265147

Ave Maris Stella
Artist: Schola Gothia
Format: CD
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Footprint Records are proud to present the album Ave Maris Stella, with Schola Gothia from Gothenburg, Sweden.This is the group's fifth album - the first on Footprint - and the music is from the time of Saint Bridget, the 14th century and from the collection Cantus sororum, song of the sisters in the Bridgettine order at Vadstena Abbey.Schola Gothia is a professional vocal quartet from Sweden with a unique performance practice of music from the early medieval period.The group is led by Ulrike Heider, who received her education in the Netherlands, including a programme in medieval ensemble singing. The other group members are Helene Stensgard Larsson, Sabina Nilsson and Yvonne Carlsson, who were all educated at the Academy of Music and Drama at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.In their musicianship, Schola Gothia aim at reviving music found in monastic manuscripts from the 10th to the 15th century. Their repertoire consists of Gregorian chant as well as early polyphonic music. As much as possible, the group uses original notation.The quartet was formed in 1999 and has given a large number of concerts, both locally, in and around Gothenburg, and at other places in Sweden. They have also toured internationally, in several European countries, as well as in Japan and Guatemala. Schola Gothia has collaborated with many eminent musicians and ensembles.The album is mixed in Dolby Atmos.
        
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