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Harmonia Thanksgiving Special: "Cornucopia"

From: WFIU
Series: Harmonia Early Music
Length: 58:57

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A one-hour program of early music exploring that ancient symbol for the harvest, fertility, and giving thanks -- The Cornucopia. This is a sound-rich special for Thanksgiving time and the autumnal season! Read the full description.

000p134-ornament-cornucopia-q100-413x500_small Harmonia looks at the cornucopia, an ancient symbol for the harvest, fertility, and giving thanks.  Music from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and early America will be explored, in addition to a new release of works for horn and strings entitled "Cornucopia II." Hosted by Angela Mariani.

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Piece Description

Harmonia looks at the cornucopia, an ancient symbol for the harvest, fertility, and giving thanks.  Music from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and early America will be explored, in addition to a new release of works for horn and strings entitled "Cornucopia II." Hosted by Angela Mariani.

Timing and Cues

Total Program Length: 59:00

ACCUM TIME:
00:00 Segment 1: Program Intro
Incue: Theme Music
01:00 Segment 2: Optional Cutaway for News
06:00 Segment 3
18:08 [12:08 into SEG 3] FLOATING BREAK (:29 music bed)
Outcue:. "...the Chanson Balladée: Dame a vous, and a Rondelet: Dame mon cuer en vous remaint."
29:04 Segment 4: MIDPOINT BREAK (:59 music bed)
Outcue: "...I'm Angela Mariani."
30:04 Segment 5
37:51 [7:47 into SEG 5] FLOATING BREAK (:29 music bed)
Outcue: "...the motet Ave Maria, Virgo serena, which praises the Virgin Mary's fertility. Paul McCreesh directed."
59:00 End Program
Outcue: "...for the next edition of Harmonia." (Theme Music)

Related Website

harmonia.indiana.edu