Here you can find samples from studio and live albums, films, and interviews.

The Office of St. Sigfrid

Dilectus dei athleta

by Gemma

Laudes atque preconia

by Gemma

Dolens igitur diabolus

by Gemma

Live concert recordings

Hec est preclarum vas (Birgittine Marian antiphon)

by Gemma and Psallentes

Tota pulchra es (Birgittine sequence)

by Gemma

Sancte martyr Domine (Vespers antiphon from teh Office of St. Olav)

by Gemma

From the CD, The Torstuna Missal. Dominican chant from the 14th century.

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by Gemma

Excita, domine

by Gemma / Psallentes

Respice, domine

by Gemma

From the CD, Maria! Maria!

From the CD, Maria! Maria! 400 Years of Chant in the Birgittine Order.

 Omnem potestatem

by Gemma

Ave Maria

by Gemma

Maria, Maria

by Gemma

Ensemble Gemma on Spotify

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Radio and podcasts

Karin Lagergren in conversation with priest Pontus Nilsen on the subject of music and faith (in Swedish).

Films (more Swedish speaking media is found in the Swedish version of the home page)

Botvid and the miracles. Cults of saints when Sweden became a country. A film by Maja Hagerman and Claes Gabrielson with chant from the Office of St. Botvid.

The Office of St. Sigfrid in a concert version from Växjö cathedral 15 February 2020:

Office of St. Sigfrid

In this short film, Karin Lagergren presents how she combines research with performance in the narrative concert, Gaude Birgitta:

An interview with Karin Lagergren about her research on chant in the Order of St Birgitta of Sweden:

A short clip from the news on Swedish TV about the project, The Office of St Sigfrid– Sweden’s oldest music:

The middle ages in a new light: ensemble Gemma contributes with chant in an experimental immersive experience in the ruin of Helge And in Visby, Gotland (scroll down to Virtuell guide i Helge ands kyrkoruin i Visby) carried out by the Swedish National Heritage Board:

Medeltiden i nytt ljus