I just sent a private messae to Steven C. Bauman which I will repeat to the list (I just used the reply function here which sent it direct to him). The _Ordo Virtutum_ has been recorded. It was done by Sequentia (founded by Benjamin Bagby, a graduate of Oberlin Conservatory of Music [a brief plug for the local institution!]) The performance is on the Harmonia Mundi label and is available on LP and CD-ROM. I can look up the numbers if anyone is interested. The _Ordo Virtutum_ was also performed on German television by Sequentia (augmented with other artists), but I have no idea if a videotape is available. I will look forward to the publication of Pamela Sheingorn's paper. Meanwhile, Barbara Newman's book, _Sister of Wisdom_ is an excellent treatment of Hildegard's thought. Barbara also has a second volume out now, with a translation of much of HIldegard's poetry. The performance of the _Ordo Virtutum_ is marvelous (to these ears, at least). Enjoy. Grover Zinn Oberlin College FZINN@OBERLIN P.S. "A Feather on the Breath of God" features (strange word for medieval music) Emma Kirkby---a most interesting voice. That recording is available, I believe, from Musical Heritage Society---and began life on the French Harmonia Mundi label (again with the qualification, I believe).