July 2003

#03-30 (07/28/03)

Rex Olavus [repeat of #02-40]

A stunning recreation of the ancient chant service for St. Olav ("the most wide-spread piece of music from Norway before the age of Grieg") radically redefined.

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#03-29 (07/21/03)

The Klapa Tradition [repeat of #03-08]

After the stunning response given the Dalmatian singers from Hvar some weeks back, we are following up with music from the ancient secular tradition from Croatia featuring stunning male part-songs.

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#03-28 (07/14/03)

Pop Songs and Prayers: The Antwerp Song Book [repeat of #02-43]

This 1544 publication revealed the wealth of Flemish popular song; this week, we'll hear some of those songs and the sacred settings of these popular tunes that helped common people sing the Psalms.

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#03-27 (07/07/03)

“Il Fasolo” from Utrecht [repeat of #03-07]

This month's concert from the 2002 Holland Festival of Early Music presents a Roman/Neopolitan carnival farce published in Venice through the mysterious Accademia degli incogniti by one or more composers simply known as "Il Fasolo" ("the Bean").

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