On-Demand Audio: JACK Quartet's 'Modern Medieval'

Recorded Live at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Medieval Sculpture Hall

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

On Dec. 16, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's storied Medieval Sculpture Hall, new-music mainstay JACK Quartet offered "Modern Medieval" – a program fusing original string arrangements of medieval music with quiet, spacious contemporary pieces, including two world premieres from Michael Harrison and Sasha Zamler-Carhart.

Above is the archived audio of the complete performance.

 

Program:

Rorate Caeli (Gregorian chant used during Advent, arr. by Kevin McFarland) 

Michael HarrisonChant (world premiere)

Guillaume DufayMoribus et genere (arr. by John Pickford Richards) 

Sasha Zamler-CarhartThe St. Francis String Quartets (world premiere) 

Rodericus: Angelorum Psalat (arr. by Christopher Otto) 

Caleb Burhans: Contritus

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Jan. 25 2013 03:35 PM
KLR

It seems like there was a problem loading this online. It shows a length of 00:00 and there is nothing to listen to when the play button is pressed.

Jan. 25 2013 03:24 PM

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