The Passion of Joan of Arc (La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc) (1928)

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Orlando Consort: Voices Appeared

Silent Cinema and Medieval Music
The Passion of Joan of Arc
February 23, 2018 / St. Thomas Aquinas

VOICES APPEARED: SOUND AND VISIONS BY DONALD GREIG

Voices Appeared is Jeanne d’Arc’s gnomic explanation of how angels were made manifest to her. It aptly describes the paradox of a silent movie that is essentially a court-room drama about a woman inspired by the sound of voices, and is also the starting point for our project.
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