This article is a written version of our Christmas podcast, broadcast on CEU Medieval Radio on December 24th and 25th of 2019. The article provides background information on the study of medieval music in Hungary, medieval Christmas liturgy and introduces an album, produced in Hungary in 1978 featuring Late Medieval plainchant, and a short description of each song and their role in the religious celebrations.
We are proud to announce that there are many more podcasts you can enjoy from Central European University, at the CEU Podcast Library. The CEU Podcast Library is the home of original research produced by CEU faculty, students, and staff. You can find anything from what sports can teach us about philosophy to what on… Continue reading More Podcasts from CEU!
After a year of disappointment, on both our and the listeners' end, by not being able to share episodes of 'Past Perfect!' with those who cannot listen to the show on the stream, CEU Medieval Radio has finally got enough server space to start podcasting. Thanks to Szilard Bedecs, CEU Medieval Radio has now joined… Continue reading CEU Medieval Radio’s Own Podcasts
CEU Medieval Radio proudly announces its cooperation with historian, writer and ex-journalist Michael Rank, whose Five Minute History podcasts from now on will be a regular feature on CEU Medieval Radio's programme. Kicking off with an episode on 'How Genghis Khan Conquered the World' today (July 1) at 7:00 pm CET and 7:00 pm EDT,… Continue reading Michael Rank’s History Podcasts