Trio Mediaeval is (from left) Berit Opheim, Anna Maria Friman and Linn Andrea Fulgseth.
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November 23, 2014 The Norwegian group has a age-old salve for those who can't stand "Jingle Bell Rock" — 15th-century English carols.
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A Worcester Ladymass is Trio Mediaeval's first album in five years.
March 7, 2011 Trio Mediaeval returns to the Middle Ages for its first album in five years, as it digs up an ancient collection of florid polyphonic music from the 13th century. Hear A Worcester Ladymass here until its release on March 15.
December 13, 2007 It's time to gather 'round the warm glow of your computer and get cozy with some holiday fare from All Songs Considered. On this edition we travel over the snow-covered hill and dale with Swedish electronica duo The Knife. We've got a sneak preview of the upcoming Magnetic Fields album 'Distortion,' gorgeous choral harmonies from Trio Mediaeval and more.
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November 23, 2005 All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen talks with several music critics about some of the CDs you may have overlooked this year. Tom Moon of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Will Hermes, senior contributor to Spin magazine, and Kate Sullivan, music editor for L.A. Weekly, share their picks for the year's most underrated CDs.
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April 28, 2003 It may sound like classical music, but for NPR reviewer Tom Manoff, it's pancultural — an unusual mix of sounds from different cultures, languages and world instruments. On this special video edition of All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen speaks with Manoff about pancultural music.
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