June 2000#00-28 (06/29/00)
NOTE: All of the music on this program features The Cardinall's Musick ensemble directed by our guest, Andrew Carwood. All of the recordings are on ASV (Academy Sound and Vision) and are distributed by Koch International.
Composer: WILLIAM BYRD, PHILLIPPE de MONTE
CD Info: ASV CD GAU-178, ASV CD GAU-179
NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the 1999 Flanders International Music Festival, the Early Music Festival in Bruges. It features the ensemble La Primavera in a program entitled "Passion and Melancholy: Spanish Music 1500-1700." For information on the Flanders Festival, about travel to Flanders, or to find out more about Flemish culture, you may contact the Belgian Tourist Board at www.visitbelgium.com.
Composer: ESTEBAN DAZA, LUYS VENEGAS de HENESTROSA, PEDRO ORDONYEZ, DIEGO ORTIZ (c. 1510-1570), JUAN HIDALGO (1610-1686), ANDREA FALCONIERO, CARLOS de BORJA, BARTOLOMEO de SELMA Y SALAVERDE (c. 1580-1638), JUAN BAUTISTA CABANILLES (1644-1722), JOSE MARIN (1619-1699), GASPAR SANZ (1640-1710), JUAN ARANYES
The Capella Ducale recreates the glorious sounds of Venice, including late 16th century Italian plainchant, as well as the polyphony of Gabrieli and Monteverdi.
NOTE: All of the music on this program comes from recent releases on the collaboration of labels distributed by Qualiton and collectively referred to as "Gioia Antiqua." To order these or any other recordings you may call our dedicated toll-free number: 1-800-409-4193. Purchases made on this line help to support the broadcast of the program.
NOTE: The music on this program is from the 1999 Flanders International Music Festival, from the Early Music Series in Bruges. The program, "A Mass in Venice c. 1620" features the chorus and orchestra of the Capella Ducale, Venice, directed by Livio Picotti. For information on the Flanders Festival, for travel to Flanders, and for cultural events, you may contact the Belgian Tourist Office at www.visitbelgium.com.
Composer: CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI, TEODORO CLINIO (?-1602), GIOVANNI CROCE (1557-1609), ANDREA GABRIELI