Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Medieval Listening Journals

We begin our trip through history in the Medieval era, with a collection of blog entries on music ranging from Hildegard von Bingen to the Carmina Burana. Each student has taken a recording, researched it, and written about both their findings and their reactions and then a colleague has taken their original entry and posted a response. You'll find the following reactions on their individual blogs:

Julie Robison: A journal entry on "Les Escholiers de Paris: Motets, Chansons et Estampies du XIIIe siecle Ensemble Gilles Binchois" and a response to Victoria Brown's entry.

Sarah Hardy: A journal entry on "Alfonso X: Cantigas De Santa Maria" and a response to Victoria Brown's entry.

Victoria Brown: A journal entry on "Hildegard von Bingen: Canticles of Ecstasy" and a response to Julie Robison's entry.

Christopher Janwong McKiggan: A journal entry on "Carmina Burana" and a response to Jaime Tyser's entry.

Jaime Tyser: A journal entry on "Cansós de Trobairitz" and a response to Sarah Hardy's entry.


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