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This is a complete, annotated discography of all published recordings made by Sequentia between 1980 and 2009: almost 38 hours of recorded music on 35 CDs, with 29 printed booklets totalling 1,681 pages. They are listed here in order of initial release year, beginning with the most recent.
Note: Some of Sequentia’s CDs are no longer in print and available only from used-record dealers or on the internet. They are marked with an asterisk (*).
- Hildegard von Bingen: Celestial Hierarchy
- Fragments for the End of Time / Endzeitfragmente
- Chant Wars
- Krone und Schleier
- Lost Songs of a Rhineland Harper
- The Rheingold Curse
- Frauenlob *
- Edda: Myths from Medieval Iceland
- Hildegard von Bingen: Ordo Virtutum
- Hildegard von Bingen: Saints
- Hildegard von Bingen: O Jerusalem
- Aquitania *
- Shining Light *
- Visions from the Book *
- Hildegard von Bingen: Voice of the Blood
- Dante and the Troubadours
- Hildegard von Bingen: Canticles of Ecstasy
- Oswald von Wolkenstein *
- Bordesholmer Marienklage *
- Vox Iberica I: Sons of Thunder *
- Vox Iberica II: Codex Las Huelgas *
- Vox Iberica III: El Sabio *
- Philippe de Vitry *
- Philippe le Chancelier
New courses for 2013 are listed here.
Sequentia on BBC 3
Benjamin Bagby was recently in London, where he appeared as a guest on the BBC 3 'Early Music Show' to talk about Sequentia. The podcast version of his interview with host Catherine Bott can be heard here.
The program 'Voices from the Island Sanctuary' was recorded by the Westdeutscher Rundfunk Köln in October 2012. A CD release in 2013 is currently being negotiated.
Fragments for the End of Time on 2012 US tour
Sequentia performed the program 'Fragments for the End of Time' during a US concert tour in February/March 2012. Read reviews in the New York Times: The Fearsome Future Through Medieval Eyes, and the Boston Musical Intelligencer: Bagby Time-Travels to medieval Europe.
Beowulf on DVD
Benjamin Bagby’s legendary performance of the Anglo-Saxon epic Beowulf (part I) recorded live in Helsingborg, Sweden.
Visit the Beowulf website