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Anne Azema and Boston Camerata Explore French and German Mysticism

Boston Camerata, with Soprano and Artiistic Director Anne Azema and vielle soloist Susanne Ansorg, perform an exploration of German and French mysticism of the Middle Ages, with songs and poetry about the quest for divinity and transcendence.

Program:

Anonymous (13th c) - Virgines egregie

Mechtilde von Magdeburg (1210-1280) - Ich mag nit tanzen (text recited by Susanne Ansorg)

Anonymous - Dance

Anonymous (Gregorian Chant) - Pange Lingua

Meister Eckhart - Homo quidam fecit cenam magnam (text recited by Anne Azema)

Anonymous (11th c.) - Planctus cigne

Thibault de Champagne - Dous très dous nom à la virge Marie

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