Hildegard of Bingen


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Hildegard of Bingen

Saint. 1098--1179, German abbess, poet, composer, and mystic
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1 (2004) and "Hooked on Ecstasy: Performance 'Practice' and the Reception of the Music of Hildegard of Bingen," in The Sounds and Sights of Performance in Early Music, ed.
Critique: The piety, insight, and genius of Hildegard of Bingen transcends her era.
For more than 25 years Hildegard Publishing Company has developed a niche for itself in the music world by publishing artful and unique works by skilled women composers, ranging from Hildegard of Bingen to worthy contemporary composers such as the British pianist and composer, Elaine Hugh-Jones (born 1927).
Gebuhr, and her metaphysical contact with the spiritual wisdom of Saint Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179), a Christian nun, composer, playwright.
MS 3 is also noteworthy for its accompanying Wycliffite texts, including on folios 238r-240r a Lollard Chronicle, (10) followed by on folios 240r-241r an apparently unique Middle English translation of a Latin anti-mendicant prophecy attributed (apocryphally) to Hildegard of Bingen.
A series of compositions by Hildegard of Bingen, a Benedictine abbess who died in 1179, have been released as an album, the Telegraph reported.
The section on 12th-century mystic Hildegard of Bingen depicts the tension between this prophetic woman and her self-image as a "poor little female figure.
She is the author of A Brightness That Made My Soul Tremble: Poems on the Life of Hildegard of Bingen and Vespers at Mount Angel; Poems, and editor of Points of Gold: Poems for Leo Luke Marcello,
Among the writings of Hildegard of Bingen, her Expositiones euangeliorum, or gospel homilies, have attracted comparatively little scholarly attention.
Linear Lines: Five soliloquies based on the chant In Principio Omnes by Hildegard of Bingen for solo horn by Liz Lane.
We found the name in a book about Hildegard of Bingen, the medieval abbess, mystic and composer.
Christopher Page's often used modern edition of Hildegard's Sequences and Hymns was published in conjunction with the Gothic Voices CD, A Feather on the Breath of God: Sequences and Hymns by Abbess Hildegard of Bingen.