January 2001

#01-05 (01/29/01)

Music from Versailles

Each year, the Centre de Musique Baroque a Versailles continues its mission of preserving, publishing, and promoting the music heard in that glorious court with a festival devoted to a composer who worked there. This week, some sacred motets of Henry DuMont (1610-1684).

Composer: Henry Du Mont

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#01-04 (01/22/01)

Andrew Carwood, Part VIII

The three great masses of William Byrd.

Composer: WILLIAM BYRD

CD Info: CD GAU 206



#01-03 (01/15/01)

Charles V in Italy

Continuing with one of the primary themes from the Utrecht Festival 2000, the Capella Ducale Venetia relates the Flemish-born Emperor to the composers he heard in Italy.

Composer: ADRIAN WILLAERT, PHILIPPE VERDELOT, JEAN LHERITIER

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#01-02 (01/08/01)

Switzerland

The Roots of the Baroque: The Swiss organization Pro Helvetia has been supporting research and performance in the field of early msuic for decades; this week, we'll hear some of their remarkable efforts.

Composer: JOSE MAURICIO NUNES GARCIA, MANOEL DIAS de OLIVEIRA

CD Info: K. 617 CD K 617102, CD 50-9610



#01-01 (01/01/01)

Top Ten Early Music Recordings of 2000, Part II

Composer: GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI da PALESTRINA, EUSTACHE du CAURROY, GIOVANNI GABRIELI

CD Info: CD 90.7224, CD A-43, CD CAL 9295, CD RIC 207412





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