Blue Heron Renaissance Choir Sings Perotin

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Revisit the origins of music with the Blue Heron Renaissance Choir as they sing works by Perotin, a European composer (most likely French) who lived around the end of the 12th century.
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Perotin: Beata viscera
Perotin: Sederunt principes (organum quadruplum)
Blue Heron Renaissance Choir: Lydia Brotherton; Lydia Heather Knutson; Pamela Dellal; Daniela Tosic; Martin Near; Michael Barrett; Allen Combs; Jason McStoots; Stephen Soph; Cameron Beauchamp; Glenn Billingsley; Paul Guttry; Darrick Yee; Scott Mettcalfe, director.
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Recorded at WGBH’s Fraser Performance Studio on December 19, 2008.
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(photo of Blue Heron by Liz Linder, courtesy of the ensemble)

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