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Hildegard of Bingen

(ˈhɪldəɡɑːd; ˈbɪŋən)
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(Biography) Saint. 1098–1179, German abbess, poet, composer, and mystic
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The 8th Hildegarde Awards is named after the 12th-century Benedictine saint, mystic and healer Hildegarde von Bingen. This year's award ceremonies coincide with the celebration of International Women's Day.
For pure bravura sparkle-and-spangle sumptuousness infused with the pulse and fire of everyone's love of all things chlorophyllic, from Hildegarde von Bingen's "green finger of God" to Dylan Thomas' "green fuse," Crooker praises "what comes from the dirt" in "Vegetable Love," her litany of color, taste, sound, scent, palpable sensation of roundness, pull and sink of roots, the "cool jade ruffles" of lettuces, and that "dark blood of the earth," beets...
Hildegarde von Bingen, John Tavener, Gorecki and Arvo Pert are the featured composers (note late starting-time of 9pm).