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HIEROS (in ancient Greek: sacred), performed by the vocal trio of Ensemble CĂ©ladon, opens up a musical reflection by alternating medieval music with contemporary composition. With this first album sung entirely a cappella, the ensemble, led by Paulin BĂĽndgen, examines the definition of the 'sacred' and it's evolution through the centuries. From the thirteenth-century conductus of the School of Notre-Dame to the six works of Jean-Philippe Goude, how has this sentiment, which inhabited and guided the artists of the Middle Ages, evolved? What meaning and place does our modern world give it? As is often the case, the answer becomes tangible when formulated in music.
HIEROS (in ancient Greek: sacred), performed by the vocal trio of Ensemble CĂ©ladon, opens up a musical reflection by alternating medieval music with contemporary composition. With this first album sung entirely a cappella, the ensemble, led by Paulin BĂĽndgen, examines the definition of the 'sacred' and it's evolution through the centuries. From the thirteenth-century conductus of the School of Notre-Dame to the six works of Jean-Philippe Goude, how has this sentiment, which inhabited and guided the artists of the Middle Ages, evolved? What meaning and place does our modern world give it? As is often the case, the answer becomes tangible when formulated in music.
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Hieros
Artist: Goude / Ensemble Celadon
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HIEROS (in ancient Greek: sacred), performed by the vocal trio of Ensemble CĂ©ladon, opens up a musical reflection by alternating medieval music with contemporary composition. With this first album sung entirely a cappella, the ensemble, led by Paulin BĂĽndgen, examines the definition of the 'sacred' and it's evolution through the centuries. From the thirteenth-century conductus of the School of Notre-Dame to the six works of Jean-Philippe Goude, how has this sentiment, which inhabited and guided the artists of the Middle Ages, evolved? What meaning and place does our modern world give it? As is often the case, the answer becomes tangible when formulated in music.

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