Remember me, my dear

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Remember me, my dear

Jan Garbarek (soprano saxophone), The Hilliard Ensemble

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From their formation in 1974 to their eventual disbanding in 2014, The Hilliard Ensemble have been one of the most distinctive vocal groups not just in the world of early music but in the contemporary field too, with a chronologically vast repertoire ranging from Pérotin and Dunstable to Cage, Pärt and Rihm. From 1994 onwards, one of their most distinctive, widely-praised and commercially successful collaborations was with saxophonist Jan Garabarek: starting with the Officium album released on ECM Records that year, and continuing through Mnemosyme (1999) to Officium Novum ... read more

From their formation in 1974 to their eventual disbanding in 2014, The Hilliard Ensemble have been one of the most distinctive vocal groups not just in the world of early music but in the contemporary field too, with a chronologically vast repertoire ranging from Pérotin and Duns... read more

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