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Arts & Entertainment - October 16, 2009

Voices from the past

Anonymous 4 delves into 13th-century Spanish monastic music

by Diana Reynolds Roome

Hearing Anonymous 4 can be a transcendent experience, particularly when the four-woman ensemble sings from the repertoire of 13th-century monastic music — like the Codex Las Huelgas, found in an ancient abbey near Borgos in northern Spain just over 100 years ago.

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