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  • Unum
    Composer(s) Aino Peltomaa
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    Unum

    04:09
    $2.40
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  • O Virtus Sapientie
    Composer(s) Hildegard von Bingen
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    O Virtus Sapientie

    02:24
    $2.40
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  • Beata Viscera
    Composer(s) Pérotin
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    Beata Viscera

    09:47
    $4.80
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  • Quis Dabit
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    Quis Dabit

    05:30
    $4.80
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  • Sum in Aliena
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    Sum in Aliena

    03:24
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  • Rain
    Composer(s) Aino Peltomaa
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    Rain

    11:14
    $7.20
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  • Polorum Regina
    Composer(s) Anonymous
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    Polorum Regina

    05:54
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  • ÆR
    Composer(s) Aino Peltomaa
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    ÆR

    05:25
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  • Via
    Composer(s) Aino Peltomaa
    Artist(s) Aino Peltomaa Mikko Perkola Harmen Fraanje

    Via

    03:23
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Total running time: 51 minutes.

    Album information

    The Trio Peltomaa Fraanje Perkola combines the sounds of the human voice, piano and viola da gamba with electronic effects and medieval harp to create music which echoes across the centuries. 

    The players have diverse backgrounds in early music, jazz, Finnish folk music and contemporary music, although it was medieval music that was the inspiration for their highly personal and recognisable sound. The group continues to explore the chants of Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179), Pérotin (1160-1230) and 14th-century pilgrimage songs.

    Echoes from monasteries, cathedrals and pilgrimage sites are combined with delicate improvisations and original compositions; they create links between the eras and centuries as they invite the listener on a journey towards peace and tranquility. The trio is fascinated by how time is perceived and how these beautiful medieval melodies and texts speak to us now, by the idea of now — the moment they were written down in the medieval manuscripts — and how the power of now shapes their improvisations and compositions hundreds of years later.