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  • La música de Hildegard von Bingen

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  • Saint Hildegard of Bingen—A feather on the breath of God—Emma Kirkby , Gothic Voices

    5:04

    GRAMOPHONE AWARD WINNER 1982
    Available from Hyperion Records (Downloads - mp3, ALAC, FLAC / CD)


    Saint Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179)
    A feather on the breath of God
    Emma Kirkby (soprano)
    Gothic Voices

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    Featured extracts
    1- Columba aspexit [5'18]
    Emma Kirkby (soprano), Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor)
    2- Ave, generosa [4'36]
    Margaret Philpot (alto), Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor)
    4- O Jerusalem [8'02]
    Emma Kirkby (soprano), Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor)
    5- O Euchari [5'43]
    Emily van Evera (soprano), Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor)
    6- O viridissima virga [3'13]
    Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor)

    Album also includes
    3- O ignis spiritus [4'48]
    Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor)
    7- O presul vere civitatis [6'12]
    Margaret Philpot (alto), Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor)
    8- O Ecclesia [6'11]
    Gothic Voices, Christopher Page (conductor)

    Recorded in September 1981
    St Jude-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London, United Kingdom
    Produced by Martin Compton
    Engineered by Tony Faulkner
    Released in April 1985

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  • Hildegard von Bingen, Alexandra Marisa Wilcke O dulcis Divinitas

    2:14

    O dulcis Divinitas ( O selige Gottheit ), aus dem Ordo Virtutum von Hildegard von Bingen.
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    Amari Lichtspiele Produktion A. Wilcke
    Colour-Grading: U.B.I.K. Media Berlin
    Schnitt: Manfred Rittweiler
    Hildegard von Bingen komponierte und textete das Ordo Virtutum; darin singt die glückliche Seele , die felix anima

    O selige Gottheit, O wunderbares Leben !
    Könnte ich doch in Dir das Lichtgewand tragen und das wiedererlangen, was ich beim ersten Erscheinen verlor!
    Nach Dir seufze ich und alle Kräfte rufe ich an!

    Ordo Virtutum written and composed by Hildegard von Bingen.
    The felix anima, the happy soul sings:

    Oh sweet divinity, oh delightful life,
    could I carry in you the garment of light
    and receive back what I have lost with my first appearance !
    To you I sigh and call upon all virtues !

  • Hildegard von Bingen, Sequentia, O vos angeli

    8:41

    O vos angeli
    Sequentia, 2012

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  • Psallentes - Hildegard von Bingen/ Ordo Virtutum

    4:34

    Psallentes performs from Ordo Virtutum, In Principio, composed by Hildegard von Bingen (12th century compoesr)
    Conductor - Hendrik Vanden Abeele Singers: Veerle Van Roosbroeck, Sarah Van Mol, Lisa De Rijcke, Lieselot De Wilde, Kerlijne Van Nevel, Elisabeth Colson, Michaela Riener

    Psallentes, lead by Hendrik Vanden Abeele,is a Belgium based old music choir. They are in the process of recording works of the 12th century (female) composer Hildegaard von Bingen.


    Broadcast January 14th 2018
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    This video was recorded in TivoliVredenburg for VPRO Vrije Geluiden: music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO

  • Hildegard von BINGEN - Ave generosa

    4:43

    Za panowania Henryka IV w Świętym Cesarstwie Rzymskim żyła w Galii Bliższej dziewica słynąca ze swego szlachetnego urodzenia i świętości. Na imię jej było Hildegarda. Jej rodziciele, Hildebert i Mechthylda, choć ludzie możni i ze sprawami światowymi obeznani, mieli na względzie dary należne Stwórcy, oddali, przeto córkę w służbę Bogu. Jeszcze w dziecięctwie od spraw ziemskich się odsunęła, odgrodzona od nich przedziwną czystością.

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  • Von Bingen: O Orzchis Ecclesia

    58:13

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    Composer: Hildegard Von Bingen
    Artists: Barbara Zanichelli, Ensemble San Felice, Federico Bardazzi

    The beginning of the cult for the music of Hildegard von Bingen started with a CD of the British label Hyperion in the 80-ties and ever since it enjoys a huge popularity: the Mystic from the Middle Ages wrote heavenly music, which till today holds its spell over every audience, whether laymen or connoisseur. The magic is unexplainable, one has to experience the power and beauty in solitude.

    The religious Hildegard von Bingen was known as 'The Sybil of the Rhine' on account of her visions, translated into music with prophetic charisma. This disc presents two sides of Hildegard, an instrument and a mirror, reflecting her divine revelations, through the sound of her words both spoken and sung.
    The performances are from a specialised early-music ensemble, based in Florence, who have undertaken study of the original manuscripts and (perhaps more unusually) performed the music in public before making this testament to the art of one of music's most singular women, who is still perhaps more famed for her life than her music.

    Tracklist

    00:00:00 Hildegard Von Bingen: ANTIPHONA: O Orzchis Ecclesia 67, In dedicatione Ecclesiae (IV): PSALMUS 94 AD INVITATORIUM: Venite, exultemus Domino
    00:05:47 Hildegard Von Bingen: I ANTIPHONA: O coruscans lux 68 (IV): PSALMUS 10: In Domino confido
    00:13:14 Hildegard Von Bingen: II ANTIPHONA: O pulchrae facies 38 De virginibus (IV): PSALMUS 1: Beatus vir
    00:19:47 Hildegard Von Bingen: III ANTIPHONA: Nunc Gaudeant 57, In dedicatione Ecclesiae (VI): PSALMUS 86: Fundamenta ejus in montibus sanctis
    00:25:02 Hildegard Von Bingen: VERSICULUM: Diffusa est gratia in labiis tuis
    00:26:28 Hildegard Von Bingen: BENEDICTIO I, LECTIO I: De Libro divinorum operum
    00:32:22 Hildegard Von Bingen: RESPONSORIUM I: Nobilissima viriditas 39 Item de virginibus (VI)
    00:37:35 Hildegard Von Bingen: BENEDICTIO II, LECTIO II: De Libro divinorum operum
    00:42:28 Hildegard Von Bingen: RESPONSORIUM II: O vos imitatores excelsae personae (VI)
    00:46:35 Hildegard Von Bingen: BENEDICTIO III, LECTIO III: De Libro divinorum operum
    00:51:28 Hildegard Von Bingen: RESPONSORIUM III: O felix anima 64 (III)
    00:57:05 Hildegard Von Bingen: ORATIO: Deus, qui beatam Hildegardem Virginem tuam
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  • Hildegard of Bingen, Spiritus Sanctus

    7:57

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    Spiritus Sanctus, die zweite Antiphon und Psalm 110/111 aus der Vesper von Hildegard von Bingen.

    Voller Bewunderung für die Grösse der Schöpfung Gottes, sie bewundernd und preisend.

    Zusammen mit den Photos von Markus Coy Dog Werner. Photos, die Gottes Grösse durch Bienen, Schmetterlinge, Vögel und Blüten veranschaulichen.

    Spiritus Sanctus, the second Antiphone and Psalm 110/111 from the vesper of Hildegard von Bingen.

    Admiring the height of God´s Creation, praising him, thanking him.

    Together with the photos of Marcus Coy Dog Werner. Photos, visualizing God´s splendor in bees, butterflys, birds and flowers.

  • Hildegard von Bingen - O Viridissima virga - O Greenest branch

    4:21

    Hildegard von Bingen - O Viridissima virga - ) Greenest branch


    ( English text ) O Greenest branch
    O branch of freshest green,
    O hail Within the windy gusts of saints
    upon a quest you swayed and sprouted forth.

    When it was time, you blossomed in your boughs
    you heard for in you seeped the sunlight’s warmth
    like balsam’s sweet perfume.
    For in you bloomed
    so beautiful a flow’r, whose fragrance wakened
    all the spices from their dried-out stupor

    They all appeared in full viridity

    Then rained the heavens dew upon the grass
    and all the earth was cheered,
    for from her womb she brought forth fruit
    and for the birds up in the sky
    have nests in her

    Then was prepared that food for humankind
    the greatest joy of feasts
    O Virgin sweet, in you can ne’er fail any joy

    . All this Eve chose to scorn

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  • Holland Baroque - Hildegard von Bingen/ Karitas Antphon

    5:18

    Holland Baroque performs Karitas Antphon (Coupure), composed by Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179).
    Dorothee Mields - soprano, Marco Ambrosini - nyckelharpa, Tineke Steenbrink - haprsichord/ organ, Judith Steenbrink - violin, Filip Rekieć - violin, Lambert Colson - cornetto, Adam Woolf - trombone, Tomasz Pokrzywinski - cello, Michał Bąk - double bass, Christoph Sommer - theorbe, Emma Huijsser - harp, Matteo Rabolini - percussion.
    Holland baroque loves to share the stage with free spirits in order to create a paradise for curious people.
    The Italian Marco Ambrosini is such a curious person. He plays the ‘nyckelharpa’, a Swedish instrument with keys and strings which is mostly used in folk music. This versatile performer, with his feathery sound and picturesque improvisations, is the perfect musical dancing partner to the enchanting star soprano Dorothee Mields.

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    Broadcast february 24th 2019
    This video was recorded in TivoliVredenburg for VPRO Vrije Geluiden: music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO


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  • Hildegard von Bingen - Sequentia Saints I

    55:28

  • Hildegard von Bingen - 3 prières - Rencontres de Louvergny 2012 - Alexandra Polarczyk

    9:16

    Les Rencontres de Louvergny 2012

    Hildegarde von Bingen (1098-1179)
    1. O pastor animarum 00:09
    2. O virtus sapientie 02:46
    3. Ave Maria 05:27

    soprano Alexandra Polarczyk
    (avec les instruments Shruti box et Saz)

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  • Karen Clark, contralto, performs Hildegard von Bingen by Triple Spiral Productions

    4:47

    Karen Clark, contralto, sings a moving rendition of Hildegard von Bingen's antiphon O Virtus Sapientie. Karen performed this (with Kronos quartet's Hank Dutt,) as part of the 'Stanzas for Music' concert in San Francisco. Karen can be contacted at Video by Triple Spiral productions.

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  • Devendra Banhart - Für Hildegard von Bingen

    2:35

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    Now she's leaving
    Congregation
    Left the abbeys
    Suffocation
    She's been dreaming
    Relocation
    From monastic
    Regulations
    Now she's working
    At the station
    As a VJ
    On rotation
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  • Hildegard von Bingen - Antiphon: O Rubor Sanguinis

    5:07

    Hildegard von Bingen
    1,000 Virgins: Chants for the Feast of St. Ursula

    (Anonymous 4)

    O rubor sanguinis,
    qui de excelso illo fluxisti,
    quod divinitas tetigit,

    tu flos es,
    quem hiems de flatu serpentis
    num quam lesit.

    ~

    O ruby blood
    which flowed from on high
    where divinity touched.

    You are a flower
    that the winter
    of the serpent's breath
    can never injure.

  • Hildegard von Bingen - Musik Aus Ihrer Zeit

    43:52

  • St. Hildegard von Bingen - Spiritus Sanctus

    7:46

    St. Hildegard von BINGEN, Antiphon Spiritus Sanctus (Psalm 110/111)
    -- Vesper in der Abtei Sankt Hildegard --
    Schola der Benediktinerinnenabtei Sankt Hildegard;
    Leitung/Direction: P. Johannes Berchmans Göschl (OSB) & Sr. Christiane Rath (OSB)

    If you want to buy the CDs or other monastery products/Ob Sie die CDs oder anderen Klosterswaren kaufen wollen/Pour acheter les CDs ou autres articles du cloître:
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  • Hildegard vin Bingen - Ordo virtutum

    2:48

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  • Hildegard von Bingen - O Euchari

    7:15

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    Hildegard von Bingen - O Euchari (Sequence for St. Eucharius) · Anna Danilevskaia, Anna Miklashevich & Yukie Sato

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  • O ecclesia by Hildegard von Bingen

    9:53

    Karina Kallas, soloist
    Ensemble Vocatrix recorded live in Los Angeles, May 2017

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  • Ordo Virtutum 1/3 - Hildegard von Bingen

    18:51

    Manuscript and score of Hildegard von Bingen's Ordo Virtutum (Order of the Virtues), composed around 1150.
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    Ordo Virtutum is an allegorical morality play, or liturgical drama composed during the construction and relocation of her Abbey at Rupertsberg. It is the earliest morality play by more than a century, and the only Medieval musical drama to survive with an attribution for both the text and the music. A short version of Ordo Virtutum without music appears at the end of Scivias, Hildegard's most famous account of her visions, and is also included in some manuscripts of the Symphonia armoniae celestium revelationum (Symphony of the Harmony of Celestial Revelations). But the music score is found on the Riesencodex or Wiesbaden Codex, a vast codex containing the abbess' works.
    The subject of the play is not typical for a liturgical drama. It shows no biblical events, no depiction of a saint's life, and no miracles. Instead, Ordo Virtutum is about the struggle for a human soul, or Anima, between the seventeen Virtues and the Devil. The idea that Hildegard is trying to develop in Ordo Virtutum is the reconnection between the creator and creation. The work's story can be divided in a prologue and four more parts.

  • Hildegard von Bingen - Veni Creator Spiritus

    4:59

    Anonymous 4
    The Origin Of Fire, Harmonia Mundi, 2005

  • Hildegard von Bingen - O Tu Suavissima Virga Sequentia

    11:24

    O Tu Suavissima Virga from Sequentia's Canticles of Ecstacy CD. Music by Hildegard von Bingen [1098 - 1179], performed by Sequentia.

  • Hildegard von Bingen: O frondens virga, Antiphona

    4:40

    Blessed Hildegard of Bingen (German: Hildegard von Bingen) (1098 -- 17 September 1179), also known as Saint Hildegard, and Sibyl of the Rhine, was a Christian mystic, German Benedictine abbess, visionary, and polymath. Elected a magistra by her fellow nuns in 1136, she founded the monasteries of Rupertsberg in 1150 and Eibingen in 1165. One of her works as a composer, the Ordo Virtutum, is an early example of liturgical drama.
    Attention in recent decades to women of the medieval church has led to a great deal of popular interest in Hildegard, particularly her music. Between 70 and 80 compositions have survived, which is one of the largest repertoires among medieval composers. Hildegard left behind over 100 letters, 72 songs, seventy poems, and 9 books.

    One of her better known works, Ordo Virtutum (Play of the Virtues), is a morality play. It is unsure when some of Hildegard's compositions were composed, though the Ordo Virtutum is thought to have been composed as early as 1151. The morality play consists of monophonic melodies for the Anima (human soul) and 16 Virtues.
    In addition to the Ordo Virtutum Hildegard composed many liturgical songs that were collected into a cycle called the Symphonia armoniae celestium revelationum. The songs from Symphonia are set to Hildegard's own text and range from antiphons, hymns, sequences, to responsories. Her music is described as monophonic; that is, consisting of exactly one melodic line. Hildegard's compositional style is characterized by soaring melodies, often well outside of the normal range of chant at the time. Additionally, scholars such as Margot Fassler and Marianna Richert Pfau describe Hildegard's music as highly melismatic, often with recurrent melodic units, and also note her close attention to the relationship between music and text, which was a rare occurrence in monastic chant of the twelfth century. Hildegard of Bingen's songs are left open for rhythmic interpreation because of the use of neumes without a staff. The reverence for the Virgin Mary reflected in music shows how deeply influenced and inspired Hildegard of Bingen and her community were by the Virgin Mary and the saints.
    The definition of 'greenness' is an earthly expression of the heavenly in an integrity that overcomes dualisms. This 'greenness' or power of life appears frequently in Hildegard's works.

    Hildegard's musical, literary, and scientific writings are housed primarily in two manuscripts: the Dendermonde manuscript and the Riesenkodex. The Dendermonde manuscript was copied under Hildegard's supervision at Rupertsberg, while the Riesencodex was copied in the century after Hildegard's death.

  • Hildegard von Bingen - Femina Forma Maria

    55:17

  • HILDEGARD VON BINGEN — Kyrieleison by SEQUENTIA

    3:14

    From the album “Celestial Hierarchy” by SEQUENTIA.

  • The Origin Of Fire. Hildegard Von Bingen

    1:6:06

    Hildegard Von Bingen. The Origin Of Fire (Music And Visions Of Hildegard Von Bingen)

    * Veni Creator Spiritus (Hymn)
    * Veni Spritus Eternorum (Sequence)
    * O Quam Mirabilis Est (Antiphon)
    * The Fire Of Creation (Et Ego Homo)
    * The Fire Of Creation (Et Audivi)
    * O Ignis Spiritus Paracliti (Sequence)
    * Wisdom And Her Sisters (Vidi Etiam)
    * Wisdom And Her Sisters (Prima Autem)
    * O Felix Anna (Responsory)
    * The Fiery Spirit (Iterumque Vocem)
    * The Fiery Spirit (Et Imago)
    * O Ignee Spiritus (Hymn)
    * Love (In Vera)
    * Love (Et Audivi Vocem)
    * Caritas Habundant In Omnia (Antiphon)
    * O Eterne Deus (Antiphon)
    * Beata Nobis Gaudia (Hymn)

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  • Hildegard von Bingen - Kyrie Eleison

    2:29

    Hildegard von Bingen - Kyrie Eleison from Marriage of the Heavens and the Earth (O Ecclesia)
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    ---- Marriage of the Heavens and the Earth, an album by Catherine Braslavsky and Joseph Rowe contains some of von Bingen's best known compositions.

    For more than 15 years, Catherine Braslavsky has been playing Hildegard von Bingen's music. Herself a
    composer and Greogorian chant enthusiast, she also studied Indian, Judeo-Spanish and harmonic chant.
    She is currently pursuing her research on ancient music. Soloist, musical director, and teacher, she
    has performed all over Europe, the United States and Japan. With Joseph Rowe, she recorded six albums
    that explore contemporary sacred music, and sacred music of Europe, and the Mediterranean.

  • 03 Vision O Euchari in Leta Via - Vision - Hildegard von Bingen

    3:41

  • Hildegard Von Bingen - Ave Maria, O Auctrix Vite

    8:59

    Behold, Mary,
    you who increase life,
    who rebuilds the path,
    You who confused death
    and wore down the serpent,
    To you Eve raised herself up,
    her neck rigid with inflated arrogance.

    You strode upon this arrogance
    while bearing God's Son of Heaven,
    through whom the spirit of God breaths.

    O gentle and loving Mother,
    I behold you.
    For Heaven released into the world
    that which you brought forth.

    This one,
    through whom the spirit of God breaths.

    Glory to the Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit.

    And to this one,
    through whom the spirit of God breaths.




    painting - Madonna in Sorrow - Giovanni da Sassoferrato

  • Hildegard von Bingen ~ Music History for Kids

    2:45

    A quick overview of an amazing women's life

  • Hildegard von Bingen - O Jerusalem

    10:01

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  • Hildegard von Bingen, O rubor sanguinis

    2:03

    Riesencodex, Hs.2, f. 471v°b (Wiesbaden)

    O rubor sanguinis, qui de ex-
    celso illo fluxisti, quod divinitas tetigit,
    tu flos es, quem hiems de flatu ser-
    pentis num quam lesit.

    O pourpre sang, qui s'écoule des sommets touchés par la divinité, tu es une fleur, que le souffle hivernal du serpent ne peut flétrir.

  • O Virga ac Diadema Remix

    7:20

    O Virga ac Diadema Remix Hildegard von Bingen

  • Songs to the Virgin Mary and her Son - Hildegard von Bingen | Medieval

    1:23:47

  • Hildegard Von Bingen - Columba aspexit

    5:16

    Columba Aspexit is a sequence written by Hildegard of Bingen in the late 12th century. It is one of seven sequences from her collection of lyrical poetry entitled Symphonia armonie celestium revelationum. This piece is found in only one manuscript: HS 2; Hessische Landesbibliotek, Wiesbaden, “Riesenkodex” (1175).

    A Sequence is a dramatic poem that is sung between the Alleluia and the Gospel in the Mass. While most sequences have rhymed pairs of lines, Hildegard’s are more through-composed. Columba Aspexit was written about St. Maximinus, whose feast is celebrated on the 29th of May. The date which it written is between 1175 and the 1180s.

    Latin
    Columba aspexit
    per cancellos fenestrae
    ubi ante faciem eius
    sudando sudavit balsamum
    de lucido Maximino.

    Calor solis exarsit
    et in tenebras resplenduit
    unde gemma surrexit
    in edificatione templi
    purissimi cor dis benivoli.

    Iste turris excelsa,
    de ligno Libani et cipresso facta,
    iacincto et sardio ornata est,
    urbs precellens artes
    aliorum artificum.

    Ipse velox cervus cucurrit
    ad fontem purissime aque
    fluentis de fortissimo lapide
    qui dulcia aromata irrigavit.

    O pigmentari
    qui estis in suavissima viriditate
    hortorum regis,
    ascendentes in altum
    quando sanctum sacrificium
    in arietibus perfecistis.

    Inter vos fulget hic artifex,
    paries templi,
    qui desideravit alas aquile
    osculando nutricem Sapientiam
    in gloriosa fecunditate Ecclesie.

    O Maximine,
    mons et vallis es,
    et in utroque alta edificatio appares,
    ubi capricornus cum elephante exivit,
    et Sapientia in deliciis fuit.

    Tu es fortis
    et suavis in cerimoniis
    et in choruscatiane altaris,
    ascendens ut fumus aromatum
    ad columpnam laudis.

    Ubi intercedis pro populo
    qui tendit ad speculum lucis,
    cui laus est in altis.

    English Translation
    The dove peered in
    through the lattices of the windows
    where, before its face,
    a balm exuded
    from incandescent Maximilian.

    The heat of the sun burned
    dazzling into the gloom:
    whence a jewel sprang forth
    in the building of the temple
    of the purest loving heart.

    He, the high tower,
    constructed of Lebanon wood and cypress,
    has been adorned with jacinth and diamonds,
    a city excelling the crafts
    of other builders.

    This swift hart sped
    to the fountain of clearest water
    flowing from the most powerful stone
    which courses with delightful spices.

    O Perfume-Makers,
    you who are in the sweetest greenness
    of the gardens of the King,
    ascending on high
    when you have completed the holy sacrifice
    with the rams.

    This builder shines among you,
    the wall of the temple,
    who longed for the wings of an eagle,
    kissing his nurse Wisdom
    in the glorious fecundity of the Church.

    O Maximilian,
    you are the mount and the valley
    and in both you seem a high building,
    where the goat went with the elephant
    and Wisdom was in rapture.

    You are strong
    and beautiful in rites
    and in the shining of the altar,
    mounting like the smoke of perfumes
    to the column of praise.

    Where you intercede for the people
    who stretch towards the mirror of light
    to whom there is praise on high.

    Traducción al Español (Letra en Español)
    Una paloma miraba
    a través de los barrotes de la ventana
    cuando ante su rostro
    destilando destiló el bálsamo
    del luminoso Maximino.
    El calor del sol brotó
    y resplandeció en las tinieblas,
    de allí se alzó una piedra preciosa
    en la construcción del templo
    del más puro corazón benevolente.
    Él, una elevada torre,
    hecha de madera de Líbano y ciprés,
    ha sido adornada de jacinto y rubí,
    ciudad que sobresale en las obras
    de otros artífices.
    Él mismo, veloz ciervo,
    corrió hacia una fuente de la más pura agua
    que fluía desde la piedra más sólida
    y que esparcía dulces aromas.
    ¡Perfumistas!
    que estáis en el más grato verdor
    de los jardines del rey,
    que ascendéis a lo alto
    cuando cumplisteis el santo sacrificio
    en los carneros.
    Entre vosotros brilla el artífice
    muros del templo,
    que anheló las alas del águila
    al besar la nutricia sabiduría
    en la gloriosa fecundidad de la Iglesia.
    ¡Maximino!
    eres monte y valle
    y en uno y otro lado apareces como un alto edificio
    donde se alzó el capricornio con el elefante
    y la Sabiduría estuvo en gran goce.
    Tú eres fuerte y suave
    en las ceremonias
    y en el resplandor del altar
    ascendiendo como humo de especias
    hacia la columna de alabanza.
    allí intercedes por los pueblos
    que tienden hacia el espejo de la luz,
    para que éste haya alabanza en lo alto.

    Este video es con fines didácticos y sin fines de lucro

  • INVOCATION: Hildegard von Bingen ~ Anonymous 4

    4:36

    'Invocation' written by Emma Bergen.
    Featured painting: 'Thecla' by David Bergen.

    Traditionally the Hebrew term Shekinah שכינה means 'dwelling', as a way of describing the presence of the Divine. As the term is feminine, it also has come to be used to describe the feminine aspect of the divinity: the Divine Feminine.

    Emma Bergen writes: I came to learn about the Shekinah while I was writing about the Gnostic Sophia, and was inspired to write my 'Invocation' as a way, both of expressing what such a contact means to me personally, and to reach out in the spirit (and within myself) to what has been described as 'the feminine face of God'. Oppression has many faces, some serious, and others so subtle that they might remain unnoticed by others. I invite you to join me in this invocation, written for all women everywhere, in whatever circumstances they might find themselves.”

    Disclaimer: I do not own this music, and no claim to such rights is intended, or need be inferred. This track, ‘Vision 4 “Love”: In vera’, is on the album ‘The Origin of Fire, Music and Visions of Hildegard von Bingen’, by Anonymous 4, issued by Harmonia Mundi.

    To read Invocation and other works by Emma Bergen you are welcome to visit:



    All artwork in the video is produced for Radio Pangea by the ©David Bergen Studio.

  • Songs to the Holy Spirit - Hildegard von Bingen | Medieval

    21:49

  • Canto Gregoriano - Santa Hildegarda de Bingen CD Essential

    1:4:16

    1. Hymn: Veni Creator Spiritus
    2. Sequence: Veni Spiritus Eternorum
    3. Antiphon: O Quam Mirabilis Est
    4. Vision 1: The Fire of Creation I
    5. Vision 1: The Fire of Creation II
    6. Sequence: O Ignis Spiritus Paracliti
    7. Vision 2: Wisdom and her sisters I
    8. Vision 2: Wisdom and her sisters II
    9. Responsory: O Felix Anima
    10. Vision 3: The Fiery Spirit I
    12. Hymn: O Ignee Spiritus
    13. Vision 4: Love I
    14. Vision 4: Love II
    15. Antiphon: Caritas habundat in omnia
    16. Antiphon: O Eterne Deus
    17. Hymn: Beata nobis Gaudia

    Santa Hildegarda de Bingen (1098-1179), monja alemã do século XII, mística, profetisa e moralista política, era largamente consultada como oráculo e escreveu sobre assuntos doutrinais. Pregava publicamente a reforma monástica, fundou dois mosteiros femininos, e enredou-se na política que envolvia papas e antipapas. Foi proclamada doutora da Igreja pelo papa Bento XVI, em 7 de outubro de 2012.

    - Quem foi Santa Hildegarda de Bingen?


    - CARTA APOSTÓLICA: Santa Hildegarda de Bingen, Monja Professa da Ordem de São Bento, é proclamada Doutora da Igreja universal


    - Compre o Livro Scivias (Scito Vias Domini) Conhece os caminhos do Senhor, de Santa Hildegarda de Bingen

  • Hildegard von Bingen: Voices of Angels - Voices of Ascension

    1:16:32

    Tracklist
    1 O Virga Ac Diadema Soprano Vocals – Kathy Theil
    2 O Viridissima Virga Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Alexandra Montano
    3 Vos Flores Rosarum Solo Vocal – Alessandra Visconti
    Soprano Vocals – Arlene Travis, Eileen Clark Reisner, Ellen Taylor Sisson, Margery Daley, Michele Eaton
    4 O Ecclesia Solo Vocal – Kathy Theil
    5 Columba Aspexit Alto Vocals – Denise Kelly, Ellen Taylor Sisson, Esther Mullens, Liz Norman, Margery Daley, Megan Friar
    Solo Vocal – Alexandra Montano
    6 Et Ideo Solo Vocal – Kathy Theil
    7 O Euchari Columba Solo Vocal – Alessandra Visconti
    Soprano Vocals – Arlene Travis, Eileen Clark Reisner, Ellen Taylor Sisson, Margery Daley, Michele Eaton
    8 O Pastor Animarum Solo Vocal – Alexandra Montano
    9 O Clarissima Mater Solo Vocal – Michele Eaton
    Soprano Vocals – Alessandra Visconti, Arlene Travis, Eileen Clark Reisner, Ellen Taylor Sisson, Margery Daley
    10 Caritas Abundat Soprano Vocals – Kathy Theil
    11 O Presul Vere Civitatis Alto Vocals – Denise Kelly, Ellen Taylor Sisson, Esther Mullens, Liz Norman, Margery Daley, Megan Friar
    Solo Vocal – Alexandra Montano
    12 Ave, Generosa Solo Vocal – Michele Eaton
    13 Unde Quocumque Soprano Vocals – Alessandra Visconti, Arlene Travis, Eileen Clark Reisner, Ellen Taylor Sisson, Margery Daley, Michele Eaton
    14 O Ierusalem, Aurea Civitatis Solo Vocal – Kathy Theil

    Credits
    Conductor – Dennis Keene

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    and web address is:


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  • Hildegard Von Bingen: O, successores

    2:51

    Provided to YouTube by Catapult Reservatory, LLC

    Hildegard Von Bingen: O, successores · Carmina Slovenica

    Musica Inaudita II

    ℗ 2010 Carmina Slovenica & Karmina Silec

    Released on: 2010-10-11

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  • Hildegard von Bingen - Heavenly Revelations

    58:54

  • Hildegard von Bingen - Ave generosa

    6:29

    Album: Heavenly Revelations (Naxos)

    Conductor:
    Jeremy Summerly
    Choir:
    Oxford Camerata

  • Devendra Banhart - Für Hildegard von Bingen

    2:37

    © 2013 WMG Für Hildegard von Bingen by Devendra Banhart, from his album Mala. Available on CD and LP:
    Download at iTunes:

  • Hildegard von Bingen - symphoniae

    1:2:17

  • Hildegard von Bingen - Celestial Harmonies Responsories and Antiphons

    1:14:17

  • Hildegard von Bingen - Hortus Deliciarum

    1:7:06

  • Hildegard von Bingen: Hymns and Songs

    22:25

    Performed by Ensemble Vocatrix
    December 4, 2017
    Zipper Concert Hall at the Colburn School

    O viridissima virga
    O frondens virga
    O quam mirabilis
    O virga ac diadema
    O viriditas digiti dei

  • Hildegard von Bingen - Music and Visions

    1:6:07

    The Origin of Fire - Music and Visions of Hildegard von Bingen


    1. Hymn: Veni Creator Spiritus 0:00
    2. Sequence: Veni Spiritus Eternorum Alme
    3. Antiphon: O Quam Mirabilis Est 7:17
    4. Vision 1 The Fire Of Creation: Et Ego Homus 10:47
    5. Vision 1 The Fire Of Creation: Et Audivi
    6. Sequence: O Ignis Spiritus Paracliti 15:43
    7. Vision 2 Wisdom And Her Sisters: Vidi Etiam 23:37
    8. Vision 2 Wisdom And Her Sisters: Prima Autem
    9. Responsory: O Felix Anima 29:12
    10. Vision 3 The Fiery Spirit: Iterumque Vocem 35:52
    11. Vision 3 The Fiery Spirit: Et Imago
    12. Hymn: O Ignee Spiritus 42:51
    13. Vision 4 Love: In Vera 52:59
    14. Vision 4 Love: Et Audivi Vocem
    15. Antiphon: Caritas Habundant In Omnia
    16. Antiphon: O Eterne Deus
    17. Hymn: Beata Nobis Gaudia

    As a child, I often saw or felt 'entities' from other worlds. Many children report supersensory experiences and one such child was Hildegard von Bingen.
    Hildegard of Bingen, (1098-1179) was born a tenth child to a German noble family. She was an influential and spiritual woman whose fierce devotion paved the way for future generations of women to succeed in fields from theology, to medicine, to music and art. At a very early age she claimed to experience supernatural visions of a powerful, transformative light, but she hid her prophetic abilities until much later in life. She was admitted into a convent at the age of eight, and was prepared for a life of hermetic devotion and meditation.

    Although Hildegard was not formally educated, her desire to record her visions and messages into book form was undeterred. She relied on secretaries to help transcribe her ideas onto paper and was a prolific writer on topics of philosophy, herbal medicine, the natural world, and a noted composer of hauntingly beautiful chants.
    Hildegard became a well-regarded authority and the Mother Superior of her convent. Around 1135, at age 42, she undertook a series of visionary symbolic paintings in unmistakable mandala-forms. While she did not make the illustrations herself, it is thought that she oversaw their production. These cosmic memories occur in myth and archetypes we readily recognize. The pictures were thought to be as strong or stronger than the words themselves. There is a gesltalt immediacy, what Hindu's refer to as darshan, meaning the simultaneous act of seeing and being seen by a deity.

    She created a drawing, or illumination, in her manuscript Scivias (Know the Ways), circa 1140--50, of her defining vision, in which the great span of the universe revealed itself to her in a trance as round and shadowy...pointed at the top, like an egg...its outermost layer of a bright fire.

    Hildegard's visions led her to channel cosmic laws into illuminations and illustrate invisible concepts such as ethers, air, and wind. She assigns meaning to these elements to represent such virtues as atonement, righteousness, and moderation.

    Central to her mandala paintings is the understanding of a 'cosmic equilibrium' and a reverence for all life. In her use of 'quartering of the circle' we recognize the four elements (fire, air, water and earth), an archetypal depiction also used by Native American sand painters for the four sacred directions. Her concept of Viriditas, the Greening, was a precursor to our ecology movement. She described this power as the agent of the God, a divine vitality, that was the animating life-force within all creation. This 'Greenness' was the very expression of Divine Power on Earth.



    Anonymous 4 is a female a cappella quartet, based in New York City. Their main performance genre is medieval music, although they have also premiered works by living composers such as John Tavener and Steve Reich. The group currently comprises Marsha Genensky, Susan Hellauer, Ruth Cunningham, and Jacqueline Horner (Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek in more recent listings, following a marriage in 2008). Two membership changes have occurred during the group's history. The original lineup included Johanna Maria Rose rather than Jacqueline Horner. In 1998, Ruth Cunningham left and was replaced by Jacqueline Horner. In 2008, Ruth Cunningham returned to the group in place of Johanna Maria Rose.

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