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001       95022551 
008    950518s1995    nyua     b    001 0beng   
010    95022551 /MN/r98 
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019    95022551 
020    0670864056|q(alk. paper) 
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050 00 ML410.H618|bV57 1995 
082 00 782.25/092|220 
245 00 Vision :|bthe life and music of Hildegard von Bingen /
       |ccompiled and edited by Jane Bobko ; with text by Barbara
       Newman and commentary by Matthew Fox. 
264  1 New York, New York, USA :|bPenguin Studio,|c1995. 
300    viii, 110 pages :|billustrations ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 105-106) and 
520    Hildegard von Bingen lived in Germany's Rhineland valley 
       during most of the twelfth century (1098-1179). Besides 
       being the abbess of a large and prosperous Benedictine 
       abbey, she was a prominent writer, preacher, healer, poet,
       and composer who wrote nine books on theology, medicine, 
       science, and physiology. Hildegard has been called the 
       first medieval woman to reflect on and write about women. 
       At the age of forty-two, Hildegard began to describe the 
       mystical visions that she had experienced throughout her 
       life, and in so doing she shared her theology with the 
520 8  Through Vision, the Angel Records compact disk of 
       Hildegard's liturgical songs, set to contemporary rhythms,
       Hildegard's music and indeed Hildegard herself have been 
       rediscovered. The companion book to the CD, Vision: The 
       Life and Music of Hildegard von Bingen was compiled and 
       edited by Jane Bobko, with text by the well-known 
       Hildegard scholar Barbara Newman and commentary by the 
       theologian Matthew Fox. The book is divided into three 
       sections: a biography, a section in which twelve of 
       Hildegard's visions are reproduced and interpreted, and an
       in-depth discussion of medieval music, and of Hildegard's 
       music in particular. It includes a full translation and 
       analysis of all the songs on the Vision CD. 
600 00 Hildegard,|cSaint,|d1098-1179.|0
650  0 Women composers|0
700 1  Bobko, Jane.|0
700 1  Fox, Matthew,|d1940-|0
700 1  Newman, Barbara,|d1953-|0
907    .b22150614 
984    2015|cheld 
990    MARCIVE MELB 201906 
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