Sacred Origins with Timothy Tharaldson
On this week's episode of Sound Currents, explore music inspired by a variety of sacred traditions with composer Timothy Tharaldson.
Our musical journey starts with the monastic origins of St. Benedict before delving into the unceasing words of wisdom of Buddha. Finally, explore otherwordly bodies that appear in Islamic, Christian and Jewish traditions.
This week's guest is composer Timothy Tharaldson.
Scroll to the bottom to hear the story of how Timothy Tharaldson met Estonian composer Arvo Pärt and be sure to answer this week's "favorite piece" poll down below!
Timothy Tharaldson, composer
IX: Salvum Fac Populum
XI: In Te, Domine Speravi
by Timothy Tharaldson
Benedictine College Chamber Singers and Orchestra with Kevin Smith - baritone, Sascha Groschang - cello
In Manus Tuas
by Caroline Shaw
Hannah Collins - cello
Jasmine Arrow Music
by Forrest Pierce
Eric Banks with the Esoterics
The Named Angels
I. Mikhail's Thunder
IV. Israfel's Spell
by Mohammed Fairouz
Del Sol String Quartet
by Jake Runestad
Ben Spalding with the Spire Chamber Ensemble
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