September 2002#02-39 (09/30/02)
From the 2001 Utrecht Festival, a rare performance of the Lamentations of Jeremiah set by Emilio de Cavalieri.
Composer: EMILIO de'CAVALIERI (ca. 1550-1602).
CD Info: CD 011.
Once again, the Alamire foundation weighs in with a superb recording (and story book!) of the works of an imaginary Flemish composer as he journeyed to Italy from Bruges, bringing the Northern style as he went.
Composer: THOMAS FABRI (active 1400-1415), ANTOINE BUSNOYS (c. 1430-1492), JOHANNES OCKEGHEM (c. 1410-1497), MATTIO RAMPOLLINI (1497--c.1553), JOSQUIN des PREZ (c. 1450-1521), HEINRICH ISAAC (c. 1450-1517), PHILIPPE BASIRON (15th cen.), HENRY VIII (1491-1547), TYLMAN SUSATO (c.1500-1563), PHILIPPE VERDELOT (1470/80-before 1552), PIERRE de la RUE (c. 1460-1518).
The lighter side of the Flemish Renaissance with works from this Leuven-based collector of dance music (recorded to celebrate the 550th anniversary of the building of the Leuven Town Hall).
The national broadcast premier of this rare work by the greatest Renaissance composer; the edition exists in a Flemish copy from 1508, and our program is sponsored in part by the Belgian Tourist Office.
Composer: JOSQUIN des PREZ (c. 1455-1521), WALTER FRYE (?-1475)
CD Info: GAU 302.
The premier recording by the stunning Norwegian all-women ensemble Trio Medieval.
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